Mary Caitlin Campbell has won a State Championship title for weight lifting and now she is helping the community she lives in. Campbell and her co-worker Cameron Hatcher from Healthworks in Elizabethtown both addressed the Elizabethtown Rotary Club on Wednesday at San Jose restaurant.
Hatcher went over some of the benefits the local gym offers the community and referenced Campbell as the face of Healthworks. Both Hatcher and Campbell offer personal training services at the local facility.
Transformation through inspiration and motivation is the message the duo presented.
Dr. Darrell Page made remarks of just how inspiring Campbell is at Healthworks.
“I walked up and she was lifting 350 pounds I asked her, I don’t think I have ever met a woman who could lift that amount of weight,” Dr. Page introducing Campbell.
He said her response to his statement was, “Well, then you haven’t met the right woman.”
Campbell has been in body building for over 10 years and has been offering her training services for almost five years at Healthworks.
Tips Campbell touched on while addressing the club members were as follows:
You have to be ready to make a change, both in the gym and out of the gym. You have to hold yourself accountable with your nutrition and your work out.
Educated at UNC Chapel Hill and UNC Wilmington with many certifications, Campbell gave kudos to Bladen Community College as well.
Before closing she explained even though she has a four-year degree from a university she is going back to school at BCC for nursing. She commented on the great opportunities BCC offers our community.
Bladen County has a lot of great resources for our citizens to take advantage of locally was the thought Campbell left with club members.
Hatcher reminded all those in attendance, Healthworks offers a variety of fitness options and Hatcher, Campbell and Kellye Fell offer personal training services.