I am honored, excited and proud to announce that I have been approved by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Recognized Personal Trainer Emeritus (RCPT*E). This recognition looks at a trainer's higher education, commitment to professional development, tenure in the profession for 20+ years as well as being in good professional standing.https://www.nsca.com/rcpt-program/
Participation as a Subject Matter Expert in a 3-day meeting by the American Council on Exercise in San Diego, CA regarding the Personal Trainer Job Analysis/Role Delineation Study for the ACE-CPT Certification Exam.https://www.acefitness.org/fitness-certifications/personal-trainer-certification/default.aspx
Look in the mirror.That's the only person in between who you are and the person you want to be. Period.Every day there's a new product, gizmo or diet that claims to be the fast track to a healthier and happier you. How many have you tried? Be honest. How did it "workout" for you? Right...that's what I thought.
Did you know I offer online personal training with the same level of service as one on one training? Now you know. Check out my site and message me if you have any questions. http://balanceguytraining.trainerize.com/
Kettlebells were developed in Russia in the 1700s, primarily for weighing crops. Seems the farmers enjoyed the physical benefits kettlebells provided and in time we now have the Sport of Kettlebell! I absolutely love training with them as do my clients/members. Why not? They provide benefits that most other weight training does not. This iron globe with a handle on it addresses all components of fitness! KBs are great for 1:1 personal training, group environment and training sport specific. LOVE Kettlebell training!
America’s obesity problems are seemingly here to stay. Today, personal trainers are in a unique position to lend themselves to the growing obese population in the United States. According to the latest research from the CDC, more than 78 million adults are obese, which means that one third of the US population lacks adequate physical exercise and proper diet.