Owner, Personal Trainer, NPC National Level Women’s Figure Competitor and Power Lifting Competitor
As a trainer with 20 years experience, Lucy has trained people from all walks of life with every challenge imaginable; wheelchair bound, senior citizens, house wives to the serious competitive athlete. Lucy is an alumni of the University of Kentucky and “America’s graduate school of sports”, the United States Sports Academy.
She is certified by the American Fitness Professionals Association®, the American College of Sports Medicine®, and Crossfit (Level 1). At 38 years old, Lucy gained "National Level" status in her 1st year of competing. At 42 years old, she had over 21 wins and places including the Southern Classic in Jackson, Mississippi.
She also competed at a WNPF and IBP Power lifting meets, holding State and National Deadlift records in her class.
Born 03/17/1993 in Ft. Benning, GA. Trained in BJJ for 4 years, boxing for 1 year, kickboxing for 2 years, and Muay Thai for 1 year. At the age of 19 I had my first open heart surgery due to a birth defect. Soon after I was back to training. Three years later I had to have a second open heart surgery, and this time it was different. They had to give me a mechanical valve replacement, and now I'm on blood thinners for the rest of my life. Now my dream of becoming an MMA fighter was over. Devastated I had to move on to the next dream, which was crossfit. I received my Crossfit level one at Crossfit Mayhem, and now I'm on my pursuit to become a professional Crossfitter.
Shannon Fish is one of our trainers here at LT's. He has trained and competed in powerlifting for over 10 years before hanging it up due to an injury and elbow surgery. Since then he has earned certifications in Personal Training, Nutrition, and Strength & Conditioning.
He is currently working on completing his Bachelor's in Sports Science. Fish is a regular contributor in LT's monthly newsletter and has an amazing base of knowledge to share.
He likes to quote, "Never sacrifice technique for weight." If you don't do it right, you won't benefit from it.