I am a veteran, having been in business for 18 years now. I have a B.S. degree in Biological Science, I'm also ACE certified as a personal trainer and have an Advanced Health & Fitness Specialist (ACE-AHFS) certification. In addition, I'm a Corrective Exercise Specialist with NASM, and also carry an Exercise is Medicine professional credential with ACSM.
I love what I do, and I am very blessed that I get to help people improve the quality of the lives by improving their health.
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First, an initial consultation is scheduled to go over health history and health/ fitness goals. From there a training schedule is established. Prior to the first session, a customized program is designed around goals and current health. A baseline assessment is performed at the start of the first session.
*Bachelors of Science degree in Biological Science
*Certified Personal Trainer (ACE-CPT)
*Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM)
*Certified Rock Tape Technician
*Certified CPR and AED Healthcare Provider
*Exercise is Medicine (ACSM) certified
*Former Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Pricing depends on how many times per week the client comes in. The more frequently, the more cost effective for the client.
I began teaching originally at a local gym while still in college.
I have worked with a broad spectrum, everyone from Parkinson's patients to athletes. But what I specialize in is functional fitness and special health conditions.
I would say to choose a teacher with certification recognized by the NCCA (National Commission of Certifying Agencies). There are thousands of certs out there, but only a handful is recognized by this authorative organization that is the same organization that oversees the medical profession.
Decide what it is that you hope to accomplish.