Coach at Siertle Movement
- Certified Personal Trainer – National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
- Group Fitness Instructor – American Council on Exercise (ACE)
Sarah Siertle is a kettlebell strength coach who is passionate about introducing people to strength training and its benefits. She believes fitness is for all bodies and works to make the fitness world a more inclusive place. Sarah has been lifting weights since 2015 and has also been a swing dance instructor teaching around the US since 2012. She lives in Indianapolis and loves getting outside and hiking in the nearby state parks.
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