coffeeandmeMy Lynn is an all–encompassing highly personalized private training service providing IN-HOME PRIVATE FITNESS AND NUTRITION TRAINING right here in San Diego, California.

Lynn is also a very successful WORLDWIDE ONLINE FITNESS and NUTRITION COACH.

Established in 2004, Lynn has over 10 years of collective and comprehensive personal training knowledge and experience. Lynn has been a certified personal trainer, nutrition specialist and natural bodybuilder and is nationally certified through International Sports and Sciences Association (ISSA). She has trained hundreds of clients privately and as an independently contracted trainer for private training studios, companies and gyms in various cities in Arizona and now in San Diego, California.

My Lynn surpass’s the competition. You definitely get what you pay for. Sure there may be trainers out there, new to the field, offering lower rates, but you will not find better quality, experience and success than right here with Lynn.

Lynn provides a satisfaction guarantee for all services provided. As long as you are following the program as prescribed, you will come out a success!!

“Your health is an investment, Not an expense!”

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My Bio


To be an excellent coach and role model.  I am dedicated to giving my clients 100%.  I not only help them improve their overall body composition and strength, but I strive to boost their self-esteem, self-respect, and above all, good health. I am committed to educating others, and myself while providing distinct attention to the needs and limitations of my clients.

                                                     ‘Carpediem’….Seize the day….. it’s your life!


I believe a trainer should look the part.  If a trainer is knowledgeable and dedicated enough to keep themselves in shape, they will be more in tune with their client’s needs. Additionally, attitude, professionalism and a background in educational fitness are vital. When you have an exceptional attitude that is positive and full of “drive”, clients want what you have. When you have professionalism and commitment, clients stay forever.  

“Train your people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t.”

– Richard Branson


”Describe What You Do Lynn”:

“I’m a breakthrough catalyst and abstract artist. I’m living out my passion and purpose by transforming minds and bodies into their peak forms. I execute fitness and nutrition ideals via online and through 1 on 1 coaching. I develop fit warriors and teach them how to live out their healthiest lifestyle and versions of themselves.”- Lynn Carpenter


One on One Personal Training, Group Training, Program Design, In-Home & Online Fitness and Nutrition Coaching, Natural Bodybuilding (competitive), Group Fitness/Boot Camp, Kickboxing, Russian Kettlebell Instructor, Cross-Fit, BOSU, Stretch and Rehabilitation, etc.

  • The Cooper Aerobic Institute                                                                                                                                          – Physical Fitness Specialist (CFT III)
  • International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)                                                                                                  – Certified Fitness Trainer                                                                                                                                           – Specialist in Fitness Nutrition
  • American Academy of CPR & First Aid, Inc.                                                                                                               – BLS CPR Certifiedbbme



What inspired me to become a personal trainer were my own experiences and challenges. I realized over the years that being in tune with my body gave me a more positive attitude on life.  I wanted to share the “Living a healthy lifestyle” philosophy with others, and through the vehicle of personal training and online coaching, I have and will continue to truly make a dramatic difference in the health and well being of clients all over the world.


Over the years, I struggled with the infamous “fluctuating weight syndrome.” In the early 1990’s, when I was a Firefighter/EMT, I didn’t know much about proper nutrition for women.  I was eating what the male firefighters were eating because at the time, I thought that was how I could “bulk-up” – put on muscle. I quickly learned that I was the only one gaining weight and it wasn’t all muscle. So, I lowered my caloric intake and continued to weight train, did more cardio and performed the rigorous daily duties as a firefighter.  Guess what?  I lost the fat and was becoming leaner and my muscles became more defined.

In 1995, I switched occupations and became employed by the Pima County Sheriff’s Department.  A strenuous academy, kept me in shape.  I had to be motivated to stay in shape and continue a cardio routine due to stressors of the job, and because I knew I would have to successfully complete a physical agility test after my one-year probation of employment. Well, I passed the test and was ready to take on my career.

As the years passed, however, I discovered that my metabolism had slowed down and it was even more difficult to control my weight and to keep it from fluctuating.  I  needed to eat healthier foods and somehow find more energy to perform my daily workout routine. Sound familiar? So, I joined a gym, hoping that a trainer would have all of the answers for me.  When I wasn’t pleased with one gym, I would try another. Unfortunately, I discovered that many of the trainers at the gyms I frequented were either more interested in their own bodies, trying their best pick-up lines on me, or only knew what worked for them. They didn’t know how to tailor a proper exercise and nutrition program for me. Moving from one machine to another, lifting as much weight as I could was not the type of fitness plan that I needed.

In 2001, I transferred to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Basic Academy as a Training Officer Coordinator and Physical Fitness Instructor.  There I discovered how enjoyable it was to see recruit officers excel in their fitness goals from the first day of their academy to the last day.  It meant so much to me to see them excited and take pride in themselves.  I want all of my clients to feel that kind of pride as well.

In 2003, I made two very big life changing decisions…..I wanted to follow my passion for training others, so I resigned from the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and went on to become an Independent Personal Trainer/business owner.

Additionally, I worked up the nerve to prepare for a local “natural” bodybuilding competition. I searched online for many months looking for ways to prepare for a bodybuilding contest: what to eat, what not to eat, contest poses, tanning, routines, etc.  It was hard work and I discovered that there was no foolproof way to prepare for this contest.  “Not all women are made alike”!  I had to discover what worked for me.  It was a long hard road, but I did it.  I came in 4th place, however, I was very pleased with how well my body transformed.



In 2005-2006, I prepared for yet another natural bodybuilding show in Tucson, Arizona.  I competed in the Junior Masters Division where I took 1st place.  Hard work and dedication really does pay off!

“So, NEVER give up your dreams and always believe that God is working behind the scenes.”



“Working out is an important part of my day and no matter how hectic things get, I still make time to train.  Although I watch my diet when I’m not training for a competition, I try not to go overboard. I eat everything in moderation, so if I want a Starbucks Mocha Frappuccino, I go ahead and enjoy one. I am thankful everyday for all of the experiences in my life, and I am especially excited to have the opportunity to train and educate others in the fitness industry.”


“I would like to welcome you to the best decision you made this year.  Better health and personal fitness goals make it possible for a tremendously more satisfying and exciting life.  And it all begins with you. God Speed!”