Hello! There will never be any regrets for the experiences I've had that led me to where I am now. Â I am so happy to have had prolific mentors and peers who have inspired me to constantly question what is being dictated by the industry. Â They have taught me to analyze every movement, its effect on the kinetic chain and to engage and inspire every individual I come in contact with throughout my career. Â Generally we all have two arms and two legs and three energy systems we should tax based on our goals. Â I tend to gravitate toward those who avoid systems and trends and look at the body in a very scientific manner. As a trainer, the experience I provide for each client should be in depth and mindful every time. Â What we do is invasive to the body and we should be aware of how we apply forces to every single joint and muscle.
Special regards to to my mentors and peers: Tom Purvis-RTS Founder Joe DeAntonis-Educational Training Concepts Jon Hinds-MBG Founder Dr. William Saddler-University of Illinois ChicagoÂ Peter Jannson-University of Illinois Chicago Julio Puth-Theraputic Consultants Pierce Hutchings Angelo Miranda Jay Nacu Anna Gilbert Lilith Bailey Kroll-Pratique Yoga Albert Yonan-Lao Lan International Vince Pacleb-UFC Gym Corona
Thank you for your insightful knowledge and inspiration. Â
Exercise Physiology, University of Illinois Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1999-2002
Personal Trainer, Fitness Formula Clubs, Chicago, IL, 2000-2004
M.A.T., Educational Training Concepts, Pittsburgh, PA
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