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move well
move often
feel good

photo by: emma rebeor

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hello &
welcome!

hilary rooney

NASM CPT, BCS, CES

 

hi, i'm hilary! i'm a born & raised vermonter who feels at home at the top of a chin up bar. cleaning, organizing and list making calms me. i love wine and sour patch kids and thriller novels. and you'll never have to ask me to tell you the latest about my 4 year old golden doodle, pemi ;) 

 

i started take good care fitness to help you find movement that gets you excited - movement you want to tell your friends about - movement that makes you feel like a badass - movement that enhances your life. 

here, it's never about how you look. it's ALL about how you feel. ​ come feel STRONG!

 

​take good care,

hilary

photo by: lauren white

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

I’m so glad I crossed paths with Hilary. I wasn’t seeking a personal trainer and yet it turns out it was just what I needed, or at least Hilary was what I needed

Since I’ve started strength training with TGCF I have fallen in love with

movement again. I know how the movements should feel and which muscles are being targeted.  I’m also secure in knowing that my form is correct. 

I’ve never been confident in strength training which is why I always stuck to cardio but consistently seeing you once a week has helped me gain so much confidence in my own strength.

From the start I was confident that I would receive high quality, tailored instruction.  However, I did not know that this work would shift my definition of myself, and eventually, would shift my I can, I do and I wills....

 

The work has increased my knowledge, overall strength and, perhaps most importantly, it has impacted my concept of who I am and what I am capable of.

I’m so glad I crossed paths with Hilary. I wasn’t seeking a personal trainer and yet it turns out it was just what I needed, or at least Hilary was what I needed.

 

My previous exposure had been observing trainers at the gym and I wasn’t impressed. But I started going to Hilary’s outdoor bootcamps and when the weather got cold, I realized that I wanted more.

 I began attending training with the simple goal of moving more and being held accountable after two years of remote work with minimal movement. I was nervous and felt guilty that I had “let myself go”. However, what I continue to receive out of training sessions at TGCF training sessions in an extremely welcoming, inclusive and positive environment created by Hilary that truly makes you feel good about your body ands it’s abilities.