Haley Rushin grew up in family that struggled with various health issues. That experience encouraged her, as one of HealthPoint’s newest staff members, to focus on helping people learn about the value of fitness as a means of preventative health care. She also wants her clients to feel comfortable at the gym, no matter their fitness level. “When you feel at ease, you will try harder and stay longer,” she noted.
Haley has a degree in physical education from Southeast Missouri State University and is a certified trainer. “I was a pole vaulter on the SEMO track team and I am now helping coach pole vaulters from Jackson and Notre Dame High Schools.” Her love for teaching and fitness makes her a knowledgeable and effective trainer.
She is also working with the children’s programs at HealthPoint such as Kids Boot Camp. “It is so important to encourage children to be active. It is never too early or too late to start improving your personal fitness” she notes. Haley has a special love for working with kids and is developing various ideas for new youth classes and programs.