LISA OLONA, Peoria Camp Director and Instructor
Lisa Olona brings a wealth of fitness training leadership to Adventure Boot Camp for Women, having already served as director of her own personal boot camp for two years. She also is an ISSA (International Sports Sciences Association) Certified Fitness Trainer and has supervised personal in-home training and corporate and sports team building programs.
Lisa is no stranger to making a difference in helping meet Peoria’s wellness needs. She’s in her second year of conducting boot camps for city employees and for Peoria Unified School District administrators and educators. “My positive experiences with this town’s citizens have helped me feel quite at home here,” Lisa said. “I’m looking forward to furthering those relationships and developing new ones.”
A 1995 graduate of Grand Canyon University, Lisa played for two seasons on the school’s volleyball squad, after transferring from Scottsdale Community College, where she was a Junior College All-American. Following her successful career as a player, Lisa enjoyed a prosperous coaching tenure at the high school ranks. She led Xavier College Preparatory girls’ volleyball teams to three consecutive Arizona 5A state titles, the first of which helped earn her Coach of the Year accolades in 1996.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys mountain biking, hiking and weight training, also recently adding a successful half-marathon to her list of accomplishments.
“Do you want to feel better, look better and reach your fitness goals? If you said yes, then set aside one hour a day to make that happen for yourself ! You can do it if you just take that first step! Come on ladies…wake up, work out and enjoy life!”
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“It’s a pleasure to work with all of you at Northwest Valley Adventure Boot Camp. I’m here to guide your progress and answer your questions. Your safety is of utmost importance to me. Please follow instructions, warm-up well, dress properly and inform me of ANY unusual ache or pain that may occur. Your maximum enjoyment is anticipated.”