Cramer’s positive approach wins Best Personal Trainer |

Cramer’s positive approach wins Best Personal Trainer

Nate Waggenspack
Jessie Cramer stands beside the Warrior Princess Training sign on the wall of her new CrossFit gym at Suite 119 of Centennial Mall. Cramer's positive attitude and excitement about the varied style of training in CrossFit helped win her Best Personal Trainer in Moffat County.
Nate Waggenspack

Despite not being in her profession for very long, Jessie Cramer has made her mark locally in a big way.

The CrossFit gym owner has only been certified to train CrossFit since 2012, but that’s been enough time for her to move into three different locations and win the Best Personal Trainer in Moffat County.

A workout fiend all her life, Cramer decided she wanted to help others achieve their fitness goals and then heard about CrossFit, which changed her path.

“I was going to get certified in personal training, but then I tried CrossFit and I was hooked,” she said. “I’ve worked out all my life and (CrossFit is) never the same. You’re in the gym just pushing each other.”

So she started doing CrossFit in her home and in 2012 traveled to Oregon to get certified as a trainer in the new workout regimen she was enjoying so much.

Now the owner of Warrior Princess Training in Craig, which recently moved into a new space at Suit 119 of Centennial Mall, Cramer has a waiting list for her CrossFit classes for women. With an overwhelmingly positive attitude permeating the gym, it’s little wonder Cramer’s approach has become a favorite locally.

“I love to see people succeed and get better,” she said. “I love to see them meet their goals.”

Cramer is just happy to be doing what she loves, but was honored to be recognized by the people of Moffat County for her efforts.

“It’s hard to put into words,” she said of winning the award. “This is my passion and I love these ladies. If I’m not making them better, if they didn’t want to be here, I don’t know why I’d be here.”

Contact Nate Waggenspack at 970-875-1795 or Follow him on Twitter at @CDP_Sports .

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