Hannah Eden once underwent her own fitness transformation. Now her vision is to become a CrossFit coach, and she has an irresistible desire to help others and make the world a better place.
She spent her college years trying to look like cool kids in the Miami club scene. Because of this, she began to lose herself in a haze of drugs, parties, and booze.
More than five years ago, she found the sport that suited her best – CrossFit. “My body was so weak that I fought this first class,” recalls Hannah, then 26, for Women’s Health. “But I had a great body after that, and I wanted to quit doing horrible things to myself.
After bad habits were dropped, she instead lifted weights. “I felt like a man, and before I knew it, I began to become this unstoppable version of myself, both physically and emotionally.”
Since then, the young fitness entrepreneur has re-invented herself as a celebrity coach, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. According to her official website, at the end of 2015, at the age of 24, in a light reddish hair, she founded the PumpFit Club, a boutique studio located in downtown Fort Lauderdale, where she conducts group sessions with a unique approach to HIIT training.
The program combines cardio training and resistance in strategic time intervals, which allows participants to achieve maximum benefits during one-hour sessions.