Wesley is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. She became a NASM certified personal trainer after an ACL tear ended her snowboarding career. After the knee injury, a tough surgery with a few complications, and a long rehab, she developed a brand new love for working out and using fitness to heal the body. This new found passion transitioned her career from a professional athlete to a fitness professional.
Wesley grew up between Ohio and Colorado and was put on skis at the age of 4 and found snowboarding at the age of 8. She competed nationally and across the globe for 15 years and was training for the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang until her ACL injury in 2015 put her Olympic dreams on hold. It was right around this time that Wesley met her husband, Thaler. They were both living in Colorado at the time and after her knee surgery he, who is born and raised in Pawcatuck, convinced her to move home to Connecticut with him.
Wesley loves her new home on the East Coast and feels right at home with her fit family at Fitnostics. She found Fitnostics through a friend who recommended the gym when she was looking to rev up her usual fitness routine. Wesley’s style of training is influenced greatly by her life in extreme sports. She has a long background in Yoga and Crossfit. Wesley teaches core strength and breath work as the ultimate foundation for strength and fitness. She is currently working on a certification to become a “Pregnancy and Post-Partum Athleticism Coach” to capitalize on her passion for building a strong core through functional movements.
Wesley loves sharing her passion for exercise science with all of her clients and likes to take the time to get to know each and every one of them individually. To her, understanding is the key to success and knowledge is power. She wants everyone to understand their muscles, how they work to create movement within their bodies, why we do the movements we do, and how they can benefit the body!