CU Boulder, CO
In the winter of 1991, while a full-time student at CU Boulder and skiing weekends in Vail, I also started working part-time as a fitness instructor at The PULSE Fitness Center. By 1992 I was working full-time as a personal trainer with quite a diverse range of clientele. In October of 1993 I moved to Vail, CO to ski, hike, and bike the magnificent Rocky Mountains. By 1994 I was again working full-time as a personal trainer in two health clubs. I also developed and trained clients in several home gyms throughout the Vail Valley.
The Pulse Fitness Center in Boulder was a wonderful experience. Our 5,000 cumulative members included several professional bodybuilders, cyclists, tri-athletes, rock climbers, alpinists, and skiers. Many of their trainers also coached me (a few of them were ex-professional athletes of a wide variety). As trainers and fitness instructors we were all required to attend seminars and pass exams on physical therapy and injury prevention. However, there is no substitute for learning the hard way. I am, unfortunately, referring to my own physical therapy/recovery from a variety of mogul skiing and mountain biking injuries. I am happy to report that I am 95% recovered.
I specialize in functional fitness and post-physical therapy exercise. Exercise is injury prevention and 'rehabilitation' if performed properly. Proper training for all ages includes joint & spine stabilization, postural correction, core conditioning, and most importantly… MOTIVATION!
My past and present clientele have been in the ages of 12 to 60. I love working with kids, seniors, and serious athletes also; I have been one most of my life and I know what it takes to excel.
In the winter of 1991, while a full-time student at CU Boulder and skiing weekends in Vail, I also started working part-time as a fitness instructor at The PULSE Fitness Center. By 1992 I was working full-time as a personal trainer with quite a diverse range of clientele. In October of
$150 for 4 hours.
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I was a Kinesiology major and am an American Council of Exercise Certified Personal Trainer with 23 years experience. I am a Physical Therapy Aide.