Train with a Prosfessional
Pompano Beach, Florida 33060 (within 10 miles)
Trains both men and women
• Strength Building
• Weight Loss
• Body Sculpting
• Core and Functional training, Gl
• American Senior Fitness Association
• American Academy of Health and Fitness Professionals (post rehab)
Personal Trainer Overview
I like to use as many functional training methods as I can to utilize the whole body as much as possible. I do this by incorporating stability balls Bosu, soft surfaces and standing exercises. I try to avoid using solid surfaces and benches whenever practical.
I like to advise and teach my clients about sensible nutrition so that they learn how to eat properly without feeling like their making a huge sacrifice. Eating well can be very enjoyable!
To be truly "in shape" is a combination of strength, flexibility and endurance, so I incorporate stretching and aerobic training with my sessions for complete fitness.
I also like to change things up frequently. It keeps it interesting and effective.
I have been involved in fitness and training all my life. I have attended more seminars and classes than I can remember. But most of all, the best education for this type of career is experience, and I have more than most.
I started lifting weights at the age of 12 and absorbed every bodybuilding magazine until I was in my 30's. I started training coworkers at their request when I was working at Atlantic City casinos. When one of the fitness attendants at the casino gym suggested I become a personal trainer, it was a life changing moment for me. I took it to heart, and went for my first certification, which was ACE. I then heard that NSCA was the most respected and hardest to get, so I had to go for it. But, like I stated above, experience is the most important when it comes to training clients. There is no "one size fits all" in this profession. Everybody is unique, with their own sets of talents, tastes and problems. THAT is the most important thing to keep in mind, and it's the hardest to master.