"Health is the indisputable foundation for the satisfaction of life" -N.W. Walker D. Sc.
Lorenzo decision to pursue a career in health and wellness has been the most rewarding decision of his life. Lorenzo has been a multiple sport athlete his entire life and has competed against many world class athletes. One of Lorenzo true passions is to help others improve their quality of life through fitness and inspiration. Life Happens... and no one is an exception to this rule. Although sometimes during this process, we may get side tracked and fall short of our goals. Lorenzo is here to reiterate the fact that it's never too late!!! His mission as an elite trainer is to inspire and assist clients along the journey of achieving a healthier lifestyle. Lorenzo is extremely excited about this platinum opportunity and has geared up to accept all challenges. Let's get some RESULTS!!!
NASM_Certified Personal Trainer, ATI, Dallas, Texas, May 2011
NASM_Corrective Exercise Specialist, ATI, Dallas, Texas, May 2011
NASM_Performance Enhancement Specialist, ATI, Dallas, Texas, May 2011
Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Management, DeVry University, Decatur, Georgia, June 1999 - May 2002
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Honors or Awards
Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA), August 30 2011
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The Colony, TX 75056
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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