Carlos Omaña

After migrating to the US from Venezuela, Carlos quickly grew a passion for sports, especially in the water. At the age of 5, Carlos joined the local swim club, Metro Aquatic Club of Miami, and since then, never looked back. Swimming led him to be able to attend Belen Jesuit Prep where the Head Swim Coach was the same as his local swim club. After many years of hard work, he earned a scholarship to the University of Florida which set him up to be able to compete in two World Championships, Pan American Games and qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games, but was unfortunately unable to attend.

After the Olympics, Carlos found a new passion for helping others maintain a healthy and active lifestyle and decided to become a personal trainer through the American Aerobic Association International (AAAI) & International Sports Medicine Association (ISMA) and is working on his United States Weightlifting Certification. Not only did he learn how to help people achieve their fitness goals, but also learned how to help change people’s lives through exercise. Carlos’ ultimate goal for his clients is to help them achieve their fitness goals through a consistent and honest effort and positively change the way the client see themselves.

Being a part of LegacyFit Doral has given Carlos the chance to impact many more lives in a positive way and continue to learn and grow as a trainer which he is extremely grateful for.