Sue Young has worked in the fitness industry since 1986. She has been a personal trainer since 1992 and has taught many different types of group fitness classes, including toning, high/low aerobics, and indoor cycling. She works out a variety of clients of various ages and fitness levels and has had some of her clients since 1992.  

Sue loves what she does for a living. She loves helping people feel better, not just physically, but mentally as well.  She feels “functional fitness” is her specialty, and by helping people get stronger they can get through their days with more energy and a positive attitude.  She feels the most important thing in life is good health.  Sue believes everyone can improve their fitness level.  Her motto is “One minute of exercise is better than no minutes of exercise.”   By combining good nutrition , daily exercise (even a short walk) drinking lots of water and getting enough sleep, everyone can feel and look their best.

Sue has helped clients with a variety of health issues, including arthritis, cancers, fibromyalgia, lupus, diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease.  She believes everyone can feel better by physical activity and she has helped her clients believe it, too.  Sue says “You always feel better after working out, whether it’s mentally or physically, you never feel worse.”
Sue Young
AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor,
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
since 1992
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110 S. Kolb Rd.
Tucson, AZ  85710
520.344.FITT (520.344.3488)
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