Hi, I am a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with a Master's Degree in Psychology. As far as I can remember, I was involved in physical activities and was inspired to be fit in all areas of my life. With the course of the years, I became more involved in the psychological aspect of humanity and witnessed the negative effects of an unbalanced body in the psyche. Nowadays, I integrate the purpose of achieving a healthy mind, along with a healthy body.
I have a background on resistance, aerobic, power, stabilization, and prenatal training. I coach clients to achieve their goals with long lasting results, weather to decrease body fat, tone, reshape their body, gain strength and/or increase their performance. I develop individualized plans that suit their needs with appropriate exercise prescription and nutrition recommendations. Consequently, their energy levels increase, their metabolism accelerates, and they look and feel better. My ultimate objective is to assist clients to recognize and utilize their full potential and stir them towards a healthier lifestyle.
Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Prenatal Optimum Performance Training
Nutrition Fitness Specialist
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New Hyde Park, NY 11040
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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