I have been a personal trainer since 1998, when I completed my certification as a Master Fitness Trainer in the U.S. Army. I focused for years on preparing soldiers for specialty schools such as Ranger and Special Forces. I also competed as a power lifter, runner and cyclist. Today, retired from the Army after 22 years of service, I now focus my time on golf and family fitness. I recently received my certification form Titleist Performance Institute as a golf fitness instructor. Flexibility, mobility and stability are keys to golf performance. You couple that with additional strength and cardio respiratory endurance and your golf game will do nothing but improve.
I work under the concept that fitness should be a part of your life, not your life. I help people understand how simple it is to practice fitness and eat right by making small changes in your lifestyle. At 49 years old, I also clearly understand how important it is to be fit and keep moving. mailto: email@example.com
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