Brian has been working in the health and fitness industry for 20 years. His career began as a clinical "Exercise Physiologist" at Bronston Chiropractic and Occupational Pain Center and has worked in the fitness industry for the last 11 years as a Certified Personal Trainer. While working for Life Time Fitness, Inc.. Brian has managed personal training departments in two different facilities for Life Time Fitness. He now is an independent trainer and owns Optimal Health and Performance, LLC. and instructs at Dakota County Technical College in the Exercise and Sport Science program. See more at www.optimalhealthperformance.com.
Masters of Science-Human Performance, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, 1997
Bachelors of Science-Phy. Ed. Fitness, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, 1991
Business Administration, University of Wisconsin La Crosse, La Crosse, WI, 1991
Exercise Technician, Mayo Clinic, Cardiovascular Health Clinic, Rochester, MN, 1991
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Professional Membership or Societies
National Strength and Conditioning Association, 1989-Present
National Academy of Sports Medicine, 2001-Present
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, 1991-1997
Honors or Awards
10 Time Most Valuable Trainer Award, Life Time Fitness, 2001-2009
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