Owner | Trainer
I live, dream, and eat fitness every day of my life.
I fell in love with fitness while I was attending college as a Pre-Nursing Major. I found my passion for fitness when I experienced a rough time in my life. I was having a hard time coping from everyday life stresses to dealing with a physically and mentally abusive relationship from a prior significant other.
This was by far the turning point of my whole
life and future career plans. I wanted to become a stronger healthier person and also be able to share my passion to help inspire others. Consequently, this is when I changed my major to study Bachelors of Exercise Science to become an educated Personal Trainer. As a dedicated Trainer I am always learning, researching, and investing to further my education and create a stronger foundation to help others. I want to help you achieve you fitness goals and create a happier healthier lifestyle.
My name is Riley Bouska. Originally from Lee’s Summit, I am currently a student here at UCM studying exercise science. Fitness became of interest to me during my high school sport endeavors when I played football and ran track. Over these past couple years, I have really developed a passion for the gym. I am eager to continue my education and develop a career in personal training!
Growing up I had never been extremely overweight, but I did reach a point where I was unhappy with myself. Getting healthy in high school encouraged me to pursue my Exercise Science degree and go onto setting goals toward peak physical fitness.
I experience supreme satisfaction from helping others gain the same self-acceptance. In a world so focused on one’s outward appearance, it is so easy to lose sight of maintaining your overall health.
I have been engaged in competitive sports and several variations of exercise since I can remember. I am a former UCM Mules football player with studies in exercise science and have trained with a multitude of populations. My passion lies in providing people the correct tools for a more firm foundation and understanding regarding their individualized exercise related adaptations and goals.