Featured Member: Kathleen Jones
This month’s Featured YPAL Member blog post is about Kathleen Jones, of Shred415!
What is your day job?
I’m the owner of Shred415 Highlands.
How are you involved with YPAL?
I moved to Louisville in July of 2018 and immediately joined YPAL to get involved in the community and meet new people. I completed the Emerging Leaders Program in the fall of 2018 and attend networking events whenever I can.
Why did you choose Louisville?
Both of my parents grew up in Louisville so I have been visiting family here all my life. Fun fact, my parents were high school sweethearts! I have always had a special place in my heart for this city, especially the Highlands neighborhood. The stars aligned with the opportunity to open my own Shred415 studio and choosing Louisville was a no-brainer.
What was your first job?
My first “real” job was at a
I am currently listening to the audiobook “Dare to Lead” by Brene Brown. So far, so good.
Favorite thing to do in Louisville?
See live music.
Favorite restaurant in Louisville?
Butchertown Grocery for date night and Naive for a quick bite. I am still on the hunt for the best pizza in Louisville. DM me (@kathleen_415) with your favorites!
What is your hobby?
I love fitness and pizza. #balance
More info on Shred415:
Born from a desire to create an effective fitness solution for the increasingly busy lifestyle, Shred415 combines the infectious energy of group training with the flexibility and focus of a personalized program—in an incredibly supportive environment. Here, you control how hard you work, matching your pace and weights to your level and goals. Our instructors are expert trainers, but more than that, they’re passionate about helping you find your success. And because we offer childcare, finding that success becomes a little easier—even with your full schedule.
Shred415 is hosting FREE classes and FREE childcare during their Grand Opening celebration March 2 – 10! Sign up now: http://bit.ly/highlandsfreeclasses
Learn more: https://shred415.com/locations/highlands