MONTCLAIR, NJ - A Montclair teen has recently launched a new personal training business and intends on giving 20% of the proceeds to the Human Needs Food Pantry, according to a release.
Doris Zeger ‘20, a rising senior at Montclair High School, has launched a personal training service for Montclair children, teens, ages 10 and 17, and adults.
The one-hour, individual exercise sessions that Zeger offers, will take place in Montclair’s parks (weather permitting). Her training sessions will be geared toward those who want “a great workout” or to get ready for fall sports.
“I’m really excited to help people get in shape and have fun working out,” says Zeger. “I love designing creative workouts that address people’s unique needs, goals, and challenges, and I’m hoping to share my fitness ideas with lots of clients this summer so I can make a great donation every month to the HNFP.”
Zeger’s athletic background includes participation in Montclair United’s travel soccer team, MHS’ women’s soccer team, boxing training, and weight/cardio/calisthenics training at gyms across the country. In the fall, she will join MHS’ wrestling team.
Along with her athletic pursuits, Zeger is also a gardener, chef, and vegan advocate. Her POVs on diet, exercise, and vegan topics have been featured in Edible Blog, Fupping, Plant Based News, UK-based Soul Health International, Eat This Not That! and Vegan Teen.
Zeger’s training sessions are available by appointment. For more info, visit her online services brochure.