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Fitness Now Trainer
“WINNING IS A HABIT. UNFORTUNATELY, SO IS LOSING.” – vince lombardi
I’ve been in the Health and fitness Industry for 15+ years and many capacities – I’ve held the title of Exercise Physiologist, Trainer, Fitness Manager, Master Trainer and Strength/Conditioning Coach. I spent the past 2 years as a Strength/Condition Coach at a Sports Performance Training Center before devoting my full time here at Fitness Now.
Athletics and fitness has always played a large role in my life. I have played sports since the age of 7 years old all the way through college. I was an All American Collegiate athlete. I also played baseball and track in college as well. As a result, I’ve had to be in shape my whole life – I trained and trained and trained everyday through college. After graduating and entering the fitness industry, you have to stay in shape. I am like most folks that walk into our gym everyday – we all have the daily things that go on, that drag us away from focusing on ourselves. We all struggle with the daily battle of time, food choices, TV shows to watch or just feeling worn down everyday. I personally went through a life changing event and lost 60 pounds of fat and gained 25 pounds of lean mass.
I believe in a realistic approach to training. There are four components to my program and I lay them out for you in a simple, straight forward plan. I believe in shared accountability in getting results, so documenting your nutrition and exercise plan is key. Calories burned and consumed are the foundation of getting results. It can really be a fun mathematical approach, so you know exactly what your results will be each week.
Every person is different in their goals, athletic background, medical conditions and limitations. I know that some folks need an education of the process, some need the accountability from me or some might need the high intensity push. I can quickly determine what your needs are and assess what type of motivation will help you achieve your fitness goals. In any situation, we need to have the right plan and realistic approach for you to accomplish your fitness goals.
Making fitness a small part of your daily life can help you with everything in life. I know and have been through what you are going through as well. One hour a day to focus on yourself can make all the difference in how you live and feel.
- B.S., Physical Education, minor Exercise Physiology
- American Council on Exercise (ACE)
Monday – Friday – 5a – 2p