Lindsay Price is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, specialist in Sports Nutrition, and Online Fitness Coach who holds a strong and passionate love for living an active and healthy lifestyle. With seventeen years of extensive training in dance, she embraced two years dancing professionally as an NFL Cheerleader for the San Diego Chargers. Lindsay competed as a National level Bikini competitor in the NPC for bodybuilding and has held several high placing’s including the title of being a highest overall champion. Lindsay has cherished the opportunities of working as a published Fitness Model in the November 2015 issue of “Oxygen Magazine” and Team Edge’s “Extreme Edge Booty 2” workout DVD. Bringing a wealth of energy and enthusiasm to fitness, she is eager to help motivate and empower her clients to surpass their training goals. 


Lindsay started her fitness journey at the ripe age of 16 after suffering from a poor relationship with food and exercise (Orthorexia Nervosa). She took it upon herself to learn exactly what it would take to achieve her goals with both mind and body. She learned how to develop quality lean muscle mass, strength, and nutrition in order to create a healthy lifestyle. Over this time she had Amenorrhea (absence of menstrual cycle), hormone imbalances and gut micro-biome problems. After extensive education, development, and self-treating herself to 100% health, Lindsay now helps women overcome their own obstacles when achieving their fitness endeavors. She is very passionate about women’s health, holistic wellness, hormones, gut health, and how to live a balanced lifestyle while mastering a confident and sexy physique.

“My favorite part about working with women is watching their mindsets flip… Sure body transformations are great, but when everything “clicks” in their heads for the right reasons – that’s when the real magic happens.”


“It’s interesting to see women’s perception of what “fit and healthy” is… If they see a woman with a shredded six pack who is extremely lean and they admire to look like that.. They will NEVER reach fulfillment because that is usually not sustainable nor is it HEALTHY. Body fat can lay in different areas for all women, but if we do not have enough body fat we can risk being infertile, have hormonal imbalances, depression, and/or disease because the body is ultimately in survival mode and shutting down.”


“I know what it feels like to not like the body you are in. I also know what it feels like to be spread thin and not absolutely ‘loving’ your fitness/nutrition regimen. I’m a firm believer in balance, working hard, honoring your body and creating a healthy lifestyle.. NOT a quick fix diet.”