About Lisa Wilder-Cappoli | Personal Trainer
Hello, I am Lisa Wilder-Cappoli, a personal fitness trainer with PHASE II Personal Training where I train people of all ages and fitness levels who need to tone up and trim down, need injury rehab, balance training, greater flexibility, a stronger core, marathon or triathlon training or sport training, so that they can embrace fitness and enjoy a healthy life.
I hold an M.Sc. in Nutrition and Mass Communications from Boston University and a B.S. in Nutrition from The University of Maine. In addition, I am the owner of a health communications consulting practice, Wilder Communications, Inc. www.wildercommunications.com focused on advising clients in the U.S., Canada and Europe on health and biopharmaceutical marketing and public relations. This medical science platform gives me a foundation to draw from when working with fitness clients with various medical conditions. In addition to personal training, I am a group fitness instructor at the Apex Community Center, I am on the health ministries leadership team for the First United Methodist Church in Cary and hold a 3-year term as an Ambassador with the Apex Chamber of Commerce.
I hold the following fitness certifications with the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA): Personal Fitness Trainer Certification, Group Exercise Instructor Certification. I am also certified in American Red Cross CPR/AED.
Participating in a wide variety of sports on both the competitive and recreational level has always been an integral part of my life since childhood. These sports include tennis (played USTA and ALTA), soccer, swimming, skiing (downhill and cross country), hiking, jazz dance (trained at Broadway Dance and Dance Space in New York), rollerblading, cycling, and skiing. Walking my Pet Therapy ShihTzu dog and taking him to visit seniors at assisted living centers and children at schools is another level of fitness I enjoy.
I take pride in successfully getting people to embrace fitness into their lives where there was once an exercise void. Fitness is a lifestyle, not just a resolution.