About NASM elite trainer/coach looking to help people reach their fitness goals online. Contact information: email: email@example.com
Description I work with you using online tool and resources to log exercise and food. I will create a resistance and cardio training program to help you reach your goal in a safe and timely manner. We can communicate via email, phone, skype or any other way that works best for you. I hope to hear from you soon!
Time limted exercise programs Weight loss Controlled cardiac and pulmonary conditions Youth fitness Core training Flexibility Senior fitness training Max muscle Lean and Tone Special populations: diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, etc.
NASM CPT elite trainer Certified Health and Fitness coach Bachelors degree in Exercise Science NASM certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist (FNS) DotFit certified Fitness professional Basic life support (BLS) and AED Advance cardiac life support (ACLS)
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