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Wendy is a certified personal trainer with over 10 years experience in fitness training as well as extensive study in nutrition. She is passionate about great health for all ages with a special focus on pre & post natal care and baby & child nutrition. Wendy followed a natural fertility program and had two healthy babies, the first when she was age 40 and the second at age 45. Wendy is co-owner of a gym in Bend, Oregon.