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Best of the Boat: Best Personal Trainer — Brady Worster, Anytime Fitness

When not helping clients, Brady Worster is often working out herself.
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— Brady Worster was losing the last 10 pounds of an 85-pound goal when she started to pursue a career as a personal trainer. She wanted to help others navigate the complex, and sometimes difficult, task of becoming healthier.

“I wanted to pass what I learned on to others so they didn’t have to figure it out for themselves,” she says in an office at Anytime Fitness, where she recently started as a personal trainer.

On her desk is a before-and-after photo showing off the dramatic results of her three years of workouts.



Worster, a Steamboat native, glows when she talks about nutrition and the workouts that help people get in better shape or stay active, even when they’re coping with an injury. She also clearly knows why she does what she does.

The workouts she fosters “change peoples lives” and “make them feel stronger about their self worth.” They also reduce anxiety. But it’s not just about doing squats and curling iron.



“Everyone has their own issues, and everyone has their own tough times,” she says. “To be able to make exercise help them through those hard times has helped me as a person become more passionate, compassionate and caring.”

She recently helped a client with a fractured foot stay active during the injury. She also spends time explaining the reasoning behind doing all those squats and curls in the gym.

“People want that ’why,’ she says, adding that her own weight-loss story enables her to more easily relate to clients. “I enjoy seeing people move out of their boundaries and find that they are stronger than they believe.”


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