Terrance is a Sport Enhancement Specialist (NASM) and Certified Personal Trainer (NASM). He studied Ergonomics and Anthropometry at the University of Michigan and later received training at the National Joint Committee on Health and Safety. Terrance also earned multiple certifications through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He continues to stay current on fitness trends with course work and lectures in Corrective Exercise, Customized Integrated Injury Prevention, Optimum Performance for seniors, Weight Training, Prenatal, Youth, Strength/Cardio, Plyometrics, Diet Weight Loss Fitness, Speed, Agility and Quickness Training.
Terrance's determination to see people get healthy, boost performance and succeed is evident in all he does. He has an innate talent for customizing programs that address specific needs so you can break through your fitness roadblocks.
Terrance has trained both me and my wife for well over a year now. His workouts are well thought out, and he pushes us physically and mentally to limits we didn't know even existed! Most importantly we have lost fat, gained muscle and we both feel amazing! He's given us so much more than workouts and diet modification---he has given us a new, more energized life for which we are forever thankful!
W. Stephen Barnes, DMD Falls Oral Surgery and Implant Center
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