Wilson Mesa, Arizona
height: 5’6” occupation: Health and nutrition coach
Instagram: @SkyehallidaywilsonIt’s been an unnaturally challenging journey, but only a few more steps remain before Skye Halliday Wilson becomes a certified group fitness instructor. “I have two more sections of my ISSA exam to complete, then I will have to get my CPR recertification — and of course, it’s been hard to find a class,” she says. “But I finished a mentorship and was brought on part time as a group coach at Funktional Fitness one day per week.”
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