My name is Robert Johnson. I am an NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), Corrective Exercise Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist and Senior Fitness Specialist. After serving ten years in the US Navy, which included a tour of duty in the Red Sea during the first Gulf War, I returned home, and focused on a new mission - earning my degree. I earned bachelors degrees in Education with a focus in Psychology from Georgian Court University. I’ve always enjoyed an active lifestyle. But after suffering an injury, I lost my ability to remain active. I gained weight. I lacked energy. But most importantly, I lost self-esteem and confidence. I decided it was time to do something about it. My initial goal in becoming a certified trainer was to develop tools and knowledge that would help me get healthy again. But not surprisingly given my background of service and education, I soon developed a passion for teaching others to change their lives through physical fitness.
For seven years I have been working with a very diverse group of clients, designing individualized programs using NASM’s OPT (Optimal Performance Training) model. I am also an experienced and certified TRX Trainer. When I am not training clients, or spending time with my baby girl, I love to mountain bike and ski.
I believe that everyone can be healthy, but sometimes, like I did, people need some instruction, and some help. I can help teach you how to take control of your health, your fitness, and your life. Thank you.
B.A. Education, Georgian Court University, Lakewood, New Jersey, 1998-2003
Additional Certifications of Specialty Qualifications
Nov 2012 NASM Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
Mar 2011 NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES)
Jun 2010 TRX Suspension Trainer
Apr 2011 Sharecare Certificate
Jan 2013 NASM MMA Conditioning Specialist (MMACS)
Aug 2012 NASM Senior Fitness Specialist (SFS)
Feb 2013 NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES)
Professional Membership or Societies
Robert W. Johnson II, NASM Elite Trainer's contact info
Address & contact info:
69 Hawthorne Ave.
Neptune City, NJ 07753
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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