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#TeamYOS Trainer Spotlight - Kim Syma

Kim Syma 
Location: Houston, TX 
Instagram: @kimsyma

Kim is the co-creator and co-owner of @revolutionstudio, an indoor cycling and yoga studio that she owns with her husband. In addition to running the business at Revolution's three locations, Kim still teaches class and has a brand new baby - making her the ultimate multitasker.

What's your daily diet like?
Overall I enjoy eating pretty clean with lots of fresh fruits, veggies, and lean meats. But I do have a sweet tooth and enjoy chocolate in some form a few times a week. Plus, I have to have a glass of wine on the regular. I definitely missed that when I was pregnant!

What are some of your favorite songs/artists to listen to when getting psyched up for a workout?
I love all genres, so it totally depends on my mood. But my go-to, get your game face on song is Beyonce's "Don't Hurt Yourself". So. Much. Attitude. I love it!

How did you first get interested in fitness?
I've enjoyed athletics and fitness since I could walk. I started out in toddler gymnastics which turned to competitive gymnastics, then cheerleading, then competitive cheer, then collegiate cheering. I have always loved being active in a team setting which explains why I love group fitness so much. 

What are your top health and wellness goals for 2019? Any advice for others trying to set some of their own?
My health and wellness goals have shifted some in the last few years. These days my goals center more around taking good care of myself versus looking a certain way. My 2019 wellness goals are to unplug more from my phone, computer, and social media and spend that time doing things that nourish my body and mind like reading, taking a bath, meditating and being more present when I'm around the people that I love. But, I'd be lying if I didn't say that I do have goals to get back in shape post-baby. My body has done incredible things in 2018. It grew and birthed a human! So, I know in 2019 it will do good things for me as well, I just have to give myself some (ok, a lot) of grace. My advice to anyone setting goals for 2019 is to write them down. There is so much power in putting your thoughts into words. From there, the words become actions. That daily step forward is what gets us to our goals. It's not an overnight transformation. It is one step in front of the other day by day.