Confessions of a Certified Personal Trainer: Volume I the Fitness Revolution Educating You on the Right Way to Exercise
Robert's commitment to the personal training business earned him the honor of serving the National Strength and Conditioning Association as their Northern California State Director (2010-2012). Robert has his masters degree in personal training, his bachelors degree in kinesiology, is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with distinction, a certified NSCA certified personal trainer with distinction as well as a certified USA Weightlifting Level I coach. "I have grown tired of all the "fads" and "myths" of the certified personal training business and decided I would put out a email to all my clients discussing a topics like "site specific reduction" or "crash diets." The support I received after sending out the first newsletter inspired me to keep writing. My goal is to change the way people think of fitness. I call it the "fitness revolution." This book is a combination of education, experience and research all put together and thrown down on paper. These are my confessions as a certified personal trainer. Many trainers will not tell you information like you will read in this book. That is why I call it a revolution. We are breaking away from the norm and developing something new. With science and research as my guide, I will educate you on a new way to train, the right way to training."
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