Fitness coach Bridgette L. Collins is the owner of Total Innovative Wellness Solutions, LLC, a consulting firm that provides individuals and organizations with strategic solutions for implementing and sustaining healthy lifestyle habits. Through MAC Fitness and Origins Publishing Company, subsidiaries of Total Innovative Wellness Solutions, LLC, she introduces innovative and creative resources for achieving well-being and physical fitness to help her clients gain traction on disease prevention and management.
Coach Collins is the author of three books, Broken In Plain Sight, Destined to Live Healthier: Mind, Body, and Soul, and Imagine Living Healthier: Mind, Body, and Soul, which have educated, encouraged, and empowered many through her intriguing and creative novel-like self-help stories that peel back the masks of challenges with weight, health, work, marriage, relationships, and lack of self-love. She is featured in The Ultimate Runner by Ultimate HCI Books, publisher of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Her story, “Never Give Up: My Journey to Become a Runner“, of transitioning from the sofa to the streets to become a marathon runner has inspired many to move their lifestyle habits in a different direction.
Coach Collins is a certified personal trainer through Aerobics and Fitness Association of America and a certified running coach through Road Runners Club of America. She has been an avid runner for more than 20 years participating in a plethora of race events (from 5Ks to marathons). She has coached a large number of beginner walkers and runners both privately and for national organizations like the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. For seven (7) years, she served as the race director and coordinator for the KwanzaaFest Beat Obesity Walk/Run Events held annually in Dallas, TX.
Coach Collins encourages all who crosses her path to “Find purpose, peace, and a passion for living by pushing and positioning themselves to not only pursue their goals but to go beyond them. Never Give Up!”
Learn more about Coach Collins at www.BridgetteCollins.com. Don’t forget to follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/askcoachcollins, friend her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/askcoachcollins, and read her blog posts at www.askcoachcollinsblog.com.