Fitness expert, Ellen Ector brings over twenty years of nutrition and training experience to her private, Atlanta based studio, Gymnetics Fitness. Built on the idea that fitness should be a part of your DNA, Gymnetics has become the premier source for personal and group training to Atlanta’s elite. Always an avid runner and lover of sports, the Ohio native relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2000 and has competed in over 400 competitive road races and several triathlons. One of her proudest moments is being honored by the state of Georgia for creating a walking program for adults with disabilities that resulted in outstanding results and weight loss for it’s participants. Ellen is currently working on continued efforts to end childhood obesity as well as training children in track, field and cross country. With the release of her and her daughter’s first highly anticipated workout DVD,”Black Girls Workout Too,” 60 year old, Ellen Ector, is a force to be reckoned with in the fitness industry.
Lana Ector is a certified personal trainer and nutritionist who specializes in weight loss and group training. As a college athlete, she participated in a number of fitness competitions that segued into her work as a fitness instructor and trainer to Atlanta’s elite. As a nutritionist, Lana has created customized meal plans to match her clients individual metabolism and weight loss goals. Serving as co-owner of Gymnetics Fitness, she is committed to providing her clients with the motivation and support needed to implement a healthy workout regimen into their daily routines. Dubbed the “Fitness Vixen”, Lana’s mantra is that every woman should have killer abs and glutes. Current projects include the release of her first workout DVD, “Black Girls Workout Too,” currently available online as well as a fitness clothing line set to debut the summer of 2013.