I’ve been in the fitness industry for over 5 years now, and over that time I’ve helped hundreds of clients from just about every background you can imagine get fitter, leaner, gain muscle, and improve their quality of life. So I think I’ve got a pretty good feel for what works and what doesn’t for most people.
While I still love helping people in person, I wanted to take my knowledge and skills to an even broader range of people. That’s where Ashlee’s blog comes in. Ashlee and I both have a strong passion for things related to health and fitness.
I’ve spent the better part of my life obsessing over and studying as much about the science and practice of helping people live better, healthier lives. So we decided it would be a great combination to bring my expertise in fitness to her blog so that her readers who share our interests can benefit.
If you’re wondering about my training background, I’ve got credentials in sports and exercise nutrition, fitness training, sports performance improvement, rehab/prehab exercise, and have trained directly under the world’s top stretching experts Chris and Ann Frederick of the Stretch to Win Institute. I’m borderline obsessed with being the best and that requires me staying up to date on the most current fitness information. As such I’m always reading books, new research, professional journals, and looking towards my next educational step.
I’ll also do my best to help you make sense of the endlessly confusing exercise and nutrition hype constantly making headlines. The information on exercise and nutrition seems to change by the minute, but there IS a difference between what is fact, and what is fiction created to sell a product or just sensationalism meant to grab your attention. I live and breathe this stuff everyday by reading, learning and practicing what works and separating the stuff that doesn’t. My purpose is to be a trusted resource for you, as I am for my clients, and hopefully help you feel and look great in the process.
Until next time…
“Let’s inspire and motivate each other to be a little bit better today than we were yesterday.”
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