Caitlin A Strimel
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Caitlin A Strimel

  • Training Style Coach
  • Years Experience 2-3 years
  • Location Chicago, IL United States


Bodybuilding/Body sculpting, Functional training, Group exercise techniques, Injury rehabilitation, Kettlebells, Power lifting, Running, Sports conditioning, Strength & Endurance Training, Stress Management, Weight management, Yoga, Basketball, Tennis


First Responder/First Aid, Sports Conditioning Specialist, Wellness Coach

About Me

I grew up on the Southside of Chicago. I lived in Chicago for 18 years before I moved to Kalamazoo, MI to attend Western Michigan University. I went to WMU to play Volleyball and after my four years competing at WMU, I now hold numerous WMU, MAC, and NCAA records. I was given the opportunity to pursue a Master's degree at WMU in Exercise Physiology while working as a Graduate Assistant. I love sports, warm weather, pizza, traveling, big cities, desserts, Chicago hot dogs, my family, and football season! If you want to know anything else, feel free to ask! :)

My Training Philosophy

When you train hard you see results, so I began to see the benefits of working hard all the time. Hard work, confidence, a positive attitude, and an open mind are aspects I expect my clients to bring with them every day. I train clients like a Coach. I help them through exercises when they need it but I also like to have my clients figure things out on their own. Either way, with hard work I will do the best I can to help my clients achieve their goals. "Physical toughness helps you compete with an opponent, but mental toughness will ensure you beat your opponent."

How I Can Help You

When you give me your goals, I ensure you I will do whatever I can to not only help you meet those goals but surpass them.

My Specialties

-Strength and Conditioning -Sports Specific Training -Volleyball -Gymnastics -Track -Basketball -Personal Training


  • Western Michigan Universirty, Bachelor Degree: Exercise Science, 2010
  • Western Michigan University, Pursuing Master's in Exercise Physiology, 2012