“Fitness is extremely difficult to do on
your own,” she said. “When you have
that community, they not only hold you
accountable, but encourage and inspire
you as well.”
For those looking to get in shape, but
don’t have the time to make it to a gym,
Stewart has a few tips.
The first, and most important, is to
schedule a time during the day or week
to work out and commit to that time.
“Set a goal, write it down and put
it down where you’re going to look at
it often,” Stewart said. “Depending
on your life and schedule, find an
accountability partner or just set aside
30 minutes for yourself for wherever it
Stewart suggested using YouTube
videos, apps, local trails or the track
at Barron Stadium to do some kind of
workout, whether it’s cardio or working
“Just 30 minutes to move, move more
than you would in a day,” she said.
Wilson commented that it’s very hard
to do workouts at home, because it’s so
easy to get distracted and side tracked.
“You’ve got to stick to that time and
just do it,” she said.
As far as nutrition goes, Stewart
recommends drinking as much water as
“Drinking water helps pass all those
toxins and even fat will pass through,” she
The trainer recommends eating “whole
food” and less processed foods.
“Eat as many fresh fruits and vegetables
as possible,” she said. “It sounds silly and
simple, but it does the trick.”
Also taking out sugary drinks and sodas
makes a huge difference in weight loss
She also offers a nutrition program to
runs along with her other classes.
Going forward, Stewart is working on her
own training app to offer to her clients for
them to use when they can’t make it to
She also sells Zyia athletic wear, which
is very similar to the popular Lulu Lemon
brand, but more affordable.
To contact Stewart about her programs,
you can email her at crystalestewart@
gmail.com or find her on Facebook or
Instagram as “Train with Crystal.”