Felicia Romero’s Fit Method is a lifestyle fitness gym in Gilbert, Arizona founded by fitness expert Felicia Romero. The method is founded on the idea that when you conquer the mind, you can conquer the body.
How It Works
Every member has access to all of our classes. The program is built around five core classes that offer great variety, including high-intensity interval training, cycling, functional fitness and more. There are also specialty classes offered on an ongoing basis to keep workouts fresh and interesting. Fit Method uses heart monitoring to help you get an understanding of where your fitness level is at, and how you’re doing in progressing toward your goals. In real-time you can see the heart rate zone you’re in and know if you need to push yourself a little harder, or scale it back.
The heart rate monitor connects with the AccuroFit app, and you’ll receive a summary of your heart rate and calories burned at the end of every class. All of our classes are unique in their own way, from the popular Fit Method Soul Spin to our quick 30-minute TRX<sup>®</sup> Express class. Fit Method is the only place that incorporates full body conditioning for mind and body.
Felicia Romero is a fitness expert and founder of Felicia Romero’s Fit Method. With nearly 15 years of experience, Felicia has used her knowledge of what works to build workouts that help people transform their lives. Her focus on conquering the mind helps clients strengthen their bodies.
Felicia got her start in the fitness world by opening up her own studio at age 22. This journey began after a life-changing realization. Felicia had aspirations to go to law school after graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, but after taking the LSAT exam, she knew that law school was not for her. Instead, she went on to earn her Masters in Exercise and Wellness from Arizona State University, and in 2013, sold her studio to pursue motivational speaking and to promote health and fitness nationwide.
Felicia is an IFBB Figure Pro, which means she’s recognized as a Professional Figure champion through the International Federation of Body Builders. She competed for eight years at the Pro level, all over the U.S. and internationally.
Her awards include:
Five Pro wins (1st place)
- 2011 IFBB California Pro Figure
- 2009 IFBB Border States Pro Figure
- 2008 IFBB Houston Pro Bodybuilding, Fitness & Figure Contest
- 2008 IFBB California State Pro Figure Championships
- 2007 IFBB Jan Tana Women’s Bodybuilding and Figure Contest
Two top-4 finishes at the Figure International
- 2011 IFBB Arnold Classic, Ms. International, Fitness International & Figure International
- 2010 IFBB Arnold Classic, Ms. International, Fitness International & Figure International
Top-5 finish at the Figure Olympia
Felicia also founded her own professional fitness exhibition, The Felicia Romero Classic, a Pro/Am (professional/amateur) show held every November in Arizona.
Felicia has been on the cover of more than seven magazines, including Muscle and Fitness Hers, Muscle and Performance, Flex Magazine’s annual swimsuit issue and Status Fitness—as well as Oxygen Magazine two years in a row. She has also been featured in Muscle and Fitness, Ironman and Muscular Development magazines.
Felicia is a local fitness personality with frequent appearances on morning shows on NBC and CBS. She has her own segment on FOX News called “Felicia Romero’s Fit Method Tip of the Week.”
She also made an appearance on Lifetime’s Mission Makeover as a fitness expert helping contestants break past their plateaus.
In the Community
Felicia has given dozens of speeches and presentations to youth across Arizona and nationwide about proper training, nutrition and supplements for success. She is a Youth Ambassador and Spokesmodel for Hi Health, a local Arizona health supplements franchise with more than 50 stores. The partnership has allowed her to speak at high schools around the state.
She was also honored to be presented as the keynote speaker for the Cesar Chavez Foundation dinner talking to high school seniors about how to follow their passions after high school.
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