Louis Vitale is the founder and owner of NY Fitness Group in New York. NY Fitness Group provides personal and group fitness instruction to those seeking guidance in trekking the course to a new, healthier lifestyle. You can visit their website at www.nyfitnessgroup.com .
Louis also serves as a Lieutenent in the US Navy Reserve, assigned to the Strategic Sealift Readiness Group.
Education: Louis holds a BS desgree in Marine Transportation with a minor in Maritime and Intermodal Security from SUNY Maritime College. He is pursuing an MA in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Certifications: Louis is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and a Basic Life Support Instructor Trainer through the American Safety and Health Institute.
MA Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, December 2014
Security/Anti-Counterfeiting, US Secret Service, Brooklyn, NY, Summer 2005
Psychology, NYU-Center for Health, Identity, Behavior Prevention Studies, New York, NY, Oct 2010-Feb 2011
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