Diana holds a BS in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Tampa is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Cancer Exercise Specialist (CES) and Sharecare Certified, NASM.
In addition to training clients Diana is a recognized writer on health and fitness topics. She writes a monthly column for SUSIE Magazine and GX Magazine, as well as featured in various nationwide publications and websites. She also speaks at schools and women’s groups on how to integrate exercise, nutrition and healthy habits into day-to-day life. Diana has also competed in figure competitions through the National Physique Committee (NPC).
Diana believes good health is a lifestyle choice and is passionate about helping individuals of all ages and fitness levels develop and achieve their personal fitness and life changing goals.
Areas of Specialty: Functional Strength Training, Core Training, Pre/Post Natal, Teen Fitness, Weight Management and Exercise and Cancer
BS, Sport and Exercise Science, University of Tampa, Tampa, Florida
Functional Training, National Training Center, Clermont, Florida
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
SUSIE Magazine, Monthly Columnist
GX Magazine, Regualr Contributor
Listosaur.com, Regular Contributor
Focus on the Family
Tampa Bay Wellness
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