Meg Titshaw is a certified fitness trainer and nutrition specialist with a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Georgia. She holds certifications through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and Precision Nutrition.
Her philosophy on fitness is holistic, encompassing three areas of concentration: food, fitness and focus. She understands the trials, viewpoints and tough mental capacity needed to maintain a healthy relationship with food. She helps those she trains to separate emotional needs from food intake and instead, do the things they love to do using food as fuel.
Her approach to fitness is an understanding one—realizing that more times than not, people don’t feel like working out. The key is to use fitness as a tool that empowers self-confidence, enhances one’s lifestyle and ignites passionate beings. "It’s about the way you feel after the training that matters, not before," she says. "And, it works when it’s balanced and consistent."
While food and fitness are the core ingredients to health, Meg’s approach uses one third component: focus. Moments of weakness, self-doubt and insecurity creep up on everyone. These moments require quick ‘come to Jesus’ surrender to live fully and be true to oneself. Be all in. As Meg puts it, “It’s not that I wouldn’t love to run several marathons (one extreme) or eat a tub of ice-cream (other extreme) when I feel like it. It’s that those things don’t produce the ideal outcome of being true… being you.” Focus helps maintain perspective on the goal of health. And, being healthy physically promotes health in all areas of life – work, family, faith, relationships, life.