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Stephanie "Boom Shock" Jones is an impassioned force for motivation in the realm of health and wellness. As a multifaceted professional, she serves as a personal trainer, massage therapist, community health ambassador, and diabetes prevention lifestyle coach, inspiring clients to surpass their perceived limits.

Her journey towards a healthier lifestyle began when she relocated to Atlanta, GA, where her cousin's dedication as a professional bodybuilder ignited her interest in fitness and nutrition. In 2004, Stephanie marked her entry into the fitness world by participating in her first bodybuilding competition and completing a massage and wellness program at the Atlanta School of Massage.

In 2010, Stephanie transitioned from her career in accounting, becoming an IFA certified personal trainer and founding Boom Shock Fitness. She expanded her influence by becoming a fitness instructor at Spelman College, Fulton County Government, and contributing to the health education team at Kaiser Permanente.

Adding to her extensive list of credentials, Stephanie acquired an AFAA group fitness certification in 2015 and became a Diabetes Prevention Lifestyle Coach through the CDC in 2016. Her commitment lies not in pursuing professional bodybuilding or modeling but in guiding the average person on their transformative health and wellness journey.

Stephanie has collaborated with various organizations such as the Fulton-Dekalb Hospital Authority, the Center for Black Women's Wellness, Atlanta Girls’ School, The City of South Fulton, and Highland Athletic Club. She extends her vibrant influence to large audiences through events like the FireFly Run, the Color Run, the Women's Health and Fitness Expo, and Atlanta's Annual Ice Cream Festival.

To reach an even broader audience, Stephanie hosts "Circuit Break," a fitness segment on Fulton County’s Government Station - FGTV. While she calls Atlanta, Georgia, her home, Stephanie finds enjoyment at her local roller skating rink when she's not pushing clients to their limits, emphasizing that health and wellness can also be fun and engaging.

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