KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kimberly Mills is a personal trainer who knows from personal experience how to lose weight.
She shared her story of losing 60 pounds and finding her new career as a personal trainer when she was a guest on 41 Action News Midday on Wednesday.
"My weight-loss journey started in 2010 and through healthy eating and weight-lifting, I lost the weight," she explained.
Mills is a personal trainer with iRise Performance in Lenexa, Kan.
She is 51-years-old and loves helping women over 40 find weight-loss success.
Mills has gone on to compete in power-lifting competitions earning some state records.
"I want women to know that weight lifting is not just good to tone the muscles and lose weight; it's also good for bone health and preventing osteoporosis," Mills said.