30-Year Fitness Veteran
Journey of CoffeyFIT
Teaching since 1983, Kelly Coffey-Meyer has designed and implemented group fitness programs in the largest clubs in Philadelphia and New Jersey. She was the first person to bring AFAA to Philadelphia in 1988 and has earned her programs the ‘Best of Philly’ awards. Always a competitive athlete, Kelly earned a field hockey scholarship and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications at Rider University. Her life-long training for sports and wellness was also utilized to compete in an eye-opening body-building competition in the early 1980s. After all of the years of training, it took stepping on the stage to trigger a deep desire to be an integral part of the fitness world she grew up in. Long after her colleagues started filming, Kelly jumped into the producing and filming arena to raise awareness of Dementia for her father. With the success of her first video, she has since released several videos worldwide.
“I never expected to film past the first DVD, the overwhelming response by fitness enthusiasts has carried me all this way. I am grateful that the success of the workouts has allowed me to receive many emails from others who are dealing with the agonizing mental decline of loved ones … I feel blessed to be able to lend them my shoulders and ears!”
– Kelly Coffey-Meyer
Along with increased Dementia awareness, Kelly has donated funds to Disabled Veterans in her father’s name and continues to donate a portion of her sales to The Wounded Warrior Foundation each year. Kelly’s lifetime of fitness aided her in pushing the industry’s norms; she created the newest form of stepping called Stepboxing, is the owner and creator of the 30-Minutes to Fitness workout series, and has her RAW fitness channel on Vimeo called 30-Minutes to Fitness.
Her hard work has been recognized by the industry’s best, including Fitness Magazine, USA Today, The University of Pennsylvania, and Oxygen Magazine, and it often appears in college Videos’ Top Ten list. Due to her vast knowledge, Kelly has been published twice in Oxygen Magazine. Now in her mid 60’s and the mother of two boys, Kelly remains rooted in the fitness industry, where she continues to encourage and inspire others in their quest for health and fitness.
The Coffeyfit Team
Hey, fitness friends! This is me in January 2020 and January 2021. I really appreciate this group and the wealth of experience and wisdom of its members. I love seeing you all pursuing health and fitness at all seasons of life, through all kinds of joys, trials and tragedies. It’s such an inspiration!
Thanks, Kelly Coffey Meyer for your down-to-earth coaching style, and your realistic, sustainable workout plans. The first photos are from the beginning of last year’s Transformation Challenge, at the end of which, Kelly graciously gifted BOTH new DVDs. I think the best way to show appreciation for a gift is to use it well, so I’ve been hitting Super Sculpt pretty hard for the last few months (with other workouts sprinkled in, of course). The second photos are from today. Cheers to 2021! Happy New Year, Coffeyfitters!
I usually never post selfies. But I THINK I see some muscles and abs thanks to Kelly Coffey Meyer workouts, boxing, eggweights etc.
This is what a treadmill and a bunch of Kelly Coffey Meyer workout DVDs can do. Combined weight loss = 100 lbs!!! Thanks for the motivation Kelly!