Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer

Bio


Regina Tula received her education from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Personal Trainer. She also attended Mount San Antonio College and is certified as a Physical Therapy Aide.

She serves as an active board member for the Southern California Movement Disorder Society.     

Currently Regina is attending California College of Physical Arts where she is studying the roots of Eastern Medicine and Massage for her National License as a Massage Therapist and Holistic Health Practitioner. 

She has worked for Arcadia Methodist Active Health Program and Huntington Memorial Hospital in the Outpatient Rehabilitation with geriatric patients and clients and as a trainer and group instructor for over 7 years.

Regina has enjoyed working with private clients since 2004 in her Southern California home as well as in her clients private homes. Some of her clients are dignitaries in the field of education, music, and CEO's of private companies. Regina enjoys working with anyone who wishes to improve their current circumstance and who is willing to take the time for improvement of themselves.

Activity

  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness

    How do I choose a fitness program?

    Think of how excited you will be at the start of your fitness program.  Set realistic goals for what you wish to achieve. Find a reason for your motivation to get fit and get out there and move!
    Choosing a program should be something you enjoy and will stick with for at least 12 weeks. If the initial investment...Read More
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness

    What is functional fitness?

    Functional movement patterns are basic to our activities of daily living. Proper posture, body alignment, and muscle tone are prime ingredients for functional movement.  Some problems may occur when there are imbalances with in the body's three main components for movement, the skeletal, muscular, and nervous...Read More
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Good job, keep logging!
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Good job, keep logging!
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Good job, keep logging!
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Mary you are looking great!! What is the update on your success?
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Hi Mary,
  • Regina Tula , NASM Elite Trainer - El Monte, CA - Fitness
    Hi Wendy, What's the latest news?
  • Mary Williams
    I finally remembered to put on my pedometer today. My husband & I walked 90 minutes at our local mall. When I got home, I checked the pedometer. 10,163 Steps! Woo-hoo! I can get my 10,000 steps in with our daily 90 minute mall walk. We started out several months ago with a 30 minute walk. We began with the inside mall perimeter. Then we added the first floor of each department store. Then we added the second floors, & just recently we added the third floors. We are now walking each evening when my husband gets home from work & before we have our dinner. The rest of our walking each day is gravy. We are both feeling so much better... more energy, more stamina, more alert, and more active. Now to add variety to our exercise options! :)