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Growing up as a fit and healthy kid, staying active was easy! It wasn’t until she moved to Minnesota to attend college that Addie began to notice the ill effects of not prioritizing fitness and good nutrition. Her poor nutrition led to severe acne and an immediate 20 pound weight gain. After struggling to maintain a healthy lifestyle, her weight fluctuated over the next 5 years. She lost this weight three times and re-gained it twice before finding a permanent solution through educating herself on the topics.
Addie earned her Bachelor of Art’s degree from Hamline University then continued on to school for personal training and nutrition consulting at the National Personal Training Institute. These skills deeply impacted her own life and helped her build a career she is passionate about! Addie happily offers safe and effective personal training as a nationally certified NPTI – Advanced Certified Personal Trainer. Additionally, her skills include NPTI Nutrition Consultant and a background in Stott Pilates Matwork.
She asks her clients to learn and grow every month, so she strives to do the same. Her hobbies include biking, golfing, making and sending cards. She also enjoys cooking in batches and baking on occasion. She lies in her hammock and reads whenever possible.
Andrew holds a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota (2009) and a Master of Organizational Leadership Certificate from St. Catherine University (2016). He is accredited through the American College of Sports Medicine as a Certified Exercise Physiologist (2011).
Andrew has worked in the adaptive fitness world of neurological rehabilitation since 2009. He helped foster program growth and expansion of adaptive fitness opportunities for individuals with Spinal Cord Injury and other neurological diagnosis through Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute’s Activity Based Locomotor Exercise (ABLE) program, part of Allina Health, establishing Minnesota’s first and only Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation’s NeuroRecovery Network Community Fitness and Wellness Facility. He also works as a contract installer of FES products for Restorative Therapies, Inc. providing installation, education, and training for FES home users throughout the Upper Midwest.
Additionally, Andrew serves as a Board Member of Get Up Stand Up to Cure Paralysis Foundation (gusu2cure.org) a nonprofit organization in Minnesota working to unite, educate and support those dealing with Spinal Cord Injuries and to advocate for research and the restoration of function. GUSU’s initiatives include advocating for SCI Research; community involvement through peer group and one-on-one peer mentoring; and promoting adaptive fitness.
He enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters living an active and healthy lifestyle, enjoying the outdoors through cycling, running, hiking, and gardening. When he’s not outside Andy enjoys following University of Minnesota athletics, Vikings, Twins, MNUFC, Wild, Timberwolves, and Liverpool FC; listening to music; and reading.
Corey Schultz graduated from Valdosta State University in Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology. He completed an internship through Emory University in Atlanta where he studied and worked in their Cardiac Rehabilitation Department. Corey moved to Minnesota at the end of 2018, after working as a personal trainer for four years in the Madison Wisconsin area.
During his four years as a personal trainer, Corey worked with people from all different walks of life with varying degrees of abilities and limitations. Corey is certified as an exercise physiologist (EP-C) through the American College of Sports Medicine. He also has his senior strength and conditioning certification through NETA (National Exercise Trainer’s Association) and is certified to teach Staying Active and Independent for Life (S.A.I.L.) classes. Corey is very interested in continuing education and keeps current with fitness trends and research.
When Corey is not exercising himself or a client, he can often be found spending time with his significant other, Brittany, and her dog, Huni. They particularly enjoy being outside hiking and camping. Corey is very excited to utilize his knowledge and experience to help improve the lives of people in the Twin Cities area!
Erin Erdahl, B.A., is a Minnesota native who moved to Minneapolis earlier this year after spending time in Indianapolis, IN and Denver, CO. She is excited to be back in the Midwest and continue doing the work she loves!
Erin graduated from St. Olaf College with a Bachelors of Arts in Biology and worked in immunology and oncology research full-time while working in the field of fitness and wellness part-time. She is a certified personal trainer full time that is passionate about movement and sharing that with you!
When Erin isn't in the studio, you can find her taking fitness classes and exploring the great outdoors with her husband Kent. Erin enjoys coffee, going to the lake, cooking and quilting. She loves spending time with her large extended family and her 12 (and counting) nieces and nephews.
Erin is so happy to be a part of Live Your Life Physical Therapy and hopes to meet you soon!
Michele Haider, A.A.
Michele Haider is a lifetime resident of Little Canada, MN; the third generation to live on land that was once the family farm.
Michele has more then 25 years experience in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, group exercise instructor, nutritional specialist, wellness coach and corporate wellness coordinator. Michele’s experience has developed her passion for fitness and conditioning for aging adults.
Michele earned an A.A. Degree through Century College and holds certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine, Silver Sneakers, Wellcoaches, American Council on Exercise, American Fitness Professionals & Associates, and American Academy of Fitness Professionals.
A former marathon runner, Michele now maintains an active lifestyle through running, strength training, biking, pickleball, snowshoeing, and long walks with friends.
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