Sandy Joy Weston M.Ed.’s mission is to spread Joy. She uses fitness and her gift of motivation as her tools to help individuals achieve their goals with ease and flow.
Sandy Joy Weston M.Ed. received her Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Temple University, and achieved her Bachelor of Science in Dance from West Chester University. She began her journey as a health club owner when she opened an in-home private training company called Specialty Fit. She then proceeded to open the first Weston Fitness in Bala Cynwyd, PA with the help of her mentors. After much success, she continued to open two more health clubs including one in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, PA, still operating today.
Sandy’s vivacious personality and positive attitude made her impossible to ignore, so when Philadelphia’s NBC 10 caught wind of her, they approached her to become their fitness expert. During her time with NBC 10 she hosted fitness segments with the Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, and the 76ers. Her great TV personality took her to the Discovery Channel where she was the featured trainer on the Reality TV show “Health Cops”. Sandy also appeared on Dr. Phil’s “Live in Philadelphia” episode when she worked with TelAmerica Media as their guest fitness guru.
An ever rising star in Philadelphia’s fitness scene, Sandy became the first female trainer for the Philadelphia Flyers and personally worked with Eric Lindros, Ed Snider, and Pat Croce. Sandy also worked with the Philadelphia 76ers dance team when she choreographed and performed a half time routine.
Sandy continues to be an icon for Philadelphia fitness and well being motivation. Sandy’s current endeavors include her new book, Train Your Head and Your Body Will Follow, which combines the mindset training and goal setting that she has been using throughout her life. She is also traveling the world as a Keynote Speaker at conferences specializing in health, psychology, and women empowerment. Sandy’s outlook on life inspires every single person to live with a little more joy.
Sandy has a husband, Eric, and a son, Cole.
She is so thankful and proud of her successes which she achieved through hard work, dedication, and standing up for her beliefs.