Michelle Reed

Movement Specialist

Core Centric Elite Training Ceter

Move better and feel better with guided movement from Core Centric

Vashon, WA

Recent Reviews

5.0 of 5 (1)
Michelle is not only really knowledgable about fitness and health but also very caring and easy to work with. She and her business partner, Sandi, have created a successful fitness business with a dedicated following because the community truly values what they have to offer. I could not recommend her more highly!

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Vashon
17205 Vashon Hwy SW, B3, Vashon WA 98070, United States
Mon: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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About me

Core Centric coaches encourage you to Be Your Everyday Athlete so you can be more confident and comfortable today and tomorrow. Personal training is one-to-one functional fitness coaching – just you and your fitness specialist. We have the tools!

You can be more confident, make more fluid movements and use the breath, body and mind to be strong and calm in intense situations, joyful occasions and relaxing times.

Core Centric’s mission is for the client to understand their body: how it moves, what the client needs it to do and how to do it – so they can be more comfortable and confident today and tomorrow.

To use functional movements, exercises that allow you to live your life more comfortably, train in 3 dimensions and closely replicate sports specific movements and movements of your daily life. To emphasize your core strength by using body mechanics to reduce injury and fatigue for better health and balance. All movements start with the breath and are initiated from the muscles of the core, stabilizing so the movement itself becomes the key to a strong and healthy body. To cross train for power, endurance, agility and strength, as well as off-season periodic training.


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Michelle Reed Answers
Shopping the outer edges of the store where whole foods are typically found, meat/seafood, produce and dairy. Making changes in the family menu is a great way to boost health. Start small, like adding a protein to each meal, especially breakfast. Try out different proteins or different preparations. Start small, look at what your are already eating in a typical week and see how you could change it just a little. Like, a cereal with more protein and fiber or plain yogurt and fresh/frozen fruit vs flavored yogurt. Start small, add colorful fruits and vegetables into more meals. The real treat to starting slow is that you build consistency, you give yourself time to practice the actions around looking for healthy food in the store. So, back to the store. Whole foods often don't need a label to tell you what is in them and they also take preparation to eat. A good rule of thumb for foods with labels are simple ingredients list. No long words for preservatives or additives to give it an expected look or consistency. Frozen foods are just as good as fresh and sometimes even better as they are picked and preserved ripe at the farm. When you do purchase something with a label you can do a little math too. Total grams Carbs - total grams Protein - total grams Fiber. You're looking for a low number, 5-10 if you have a heavier body type or weight to loose, 10-15 if you are a more athletic build, 15-20 if you are naturally lanky. Please note with the numbers, it is not the game that gets success rather how you implement it consistently over time with healthy behaviors around food as mentioned above. Please reach out, share your scenario or experience as well as your questions.

Michelle Reed Reviews

5.0 of 5 (1)
Michelle is not only really knowledgable about fitness and health but also very caring and easy to work with. She and her business partner, Sandi, have created a successful fitness business with a dedicated following because the community truly values what they have to offer. I could not recommend her more highly!





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