Meet the Trainers

Kayce Shepard
Stacie Macias
Kayce Shepard - Certified Personal Trainer, ACE and AFAA
Kayce Shepard has a broad background in health and fitness for more than 20 years. First as a collegiate athlete (MSU track & field) and coach (MSU cheerleading), Kayce is a certified by ACE and 
AFAA as a personal trainer and group instructor respectively. Kayce takes a holistic approach to health. It's not just exercise or is whole life balance! Kayce has joined the ELHCC fitness team to help clients achieve balance for a more healthy and productive life! Kayce is a graduate of Michigan State University with a B.A. in Journalism and a a M.Ed. degree from Central Michigan University.

Stacie Macias - Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
I have been leading group exercise classes for all ages and fitness levels for the past four years through the YMCA, East Lansing Hannah Community Center and a variety of other venues including 4-H youth camps and after-school programs. My certifications include personal training, Punk Rope and BodyWorks (a program teaching families how to establish healthy habits).

I try to bring an element of fun into workout sessions because I don’t think that working out should be a chore. To meet the needs of clients, I personalize their programs as they work to attain the goals that they have set. In my spare time, I enjoy playing sports, specifically soccer and volleyball. 
Michael Macias
Andrew Barr
Michael Macias - Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
As a certified Punk Rope instructor (interval training with jump ropes), I have taught group fitness classes at the YMCA and for businesses at work retreats. I am a licensed soccer coach and train both teams and individuals in running, soccer and softball. I am a graduate of Michigan State University (Go Green!). Both through work and through a stint in the infantry in the US Marine Corp, I have traveled internationally.

I promote physical fitness with fun, healthy living, forming relationships and friendly competition. "It is all about quality not quantity in your attitude, lifestyle, relationships and performance. When you do even the smallest thing correctly, it will bear good results long term."
Andrew Barr - Certified Personal Trainer, NASM
Andrew Barr has always had a high interest in being a competitive athlete. Andrew played three sports during his four years of high school. Andrew was always in the weight room teaching and leading individuals, as well as teammates through proper techniques with drills and exercise. After a major neck injury, Andrew stuck with coaching high school football and track. He is now going on his fourth year as being a coach. Andrew being a dedicated athlete went to further his education and received his certification for NASM as a personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist in 2015. Living a healthy lifestyle can reduce joint problems as well as backaches. Andrew has always believed with the proper technique and positive attitude anyone can achieve great flexibility, core strength, speed, and overall physical power.