A lifelong lover of fitness, Holly Kouvo is a certified personal trainer and aerobics instructor through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). Holly has taught classes at various clubs for over 20 years, and has been working as a personal trainer since 2001. In addition, she’s a certified nutrition specialist with American Academy of Sports Dietitians and Nutritionists (AASDN) and a certified Functional Aging Specialist through the Functional Aging Institute.
Holly started her own personal training company when, after 18 years in the high-tech industry, she decided to change careers and pursue her passion: helping people fit fitness into their lives. She also coaches people on eating better and enjoys watching her clients experience the benefits of doing both. Holly has great success working with clients who want to lose a lot of weight, including triple digits. She also loves to work with seniors to maintain or improve fitness, balance, and strength to enhance and extend their lives. Her constant motivation and goal setting is what gets clients to their ultimate weight-loss goal and keeps them there.
Holly is a member of IDEA Fitness and the Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce, She has been featured in IDEA Fitness Journal, Sudbury Town Crier, The MetroWest Daily News, The Stow Paper, The Groton Herald, and The Westford Eagle.
Holly has published articles in several national magazines, including American Fitness and IDEA Fitness Journal, and she has been a regular contributor to several health, fitness and active lifestyle websites including Martha Stuart’s Wholeliving.com. She released her first exercise DVD called “Total Body Workout…Just Easy on The Knees™” in the fall of 2006. In addition, she had a weekly radio spot—”Holly’s Helpful Hints”-on Career/Life Radio (WNRI.com) for 2 1/2 years. Holly published her book Fitting Fitness In for Weight Loss and Healthy Living in September of 2016. She speaks regularly on topics pertaining to health, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss.
Holly makes her home in Stow, Mass., with her husband, Steve, and their two daughters.