University of Maine (Physical education)
I graduated from the University of Maine with a BS in Education and have spent more than 25 years in the Health Club industry working with both groups and individuals. My tutoring theory is to find out what my clients' needs are, and meet or exceed them through team work. I have mentored and tutored successfully of the last 30+ year. Physical education is a passion for me, and I endeavor to pass the desire to be active and fit on to my students. Not everybody wants to be physically fit, but many want to be able to live a healthy active life, and a good physical education program can fill that need.
In 2008 I co-authored a book. This book was written in response to the training techniques, nutrition plans and lifestyle methods I had observed as being successful in producing peak performance in my years of working with individuals. The individuals that I have worked with have use my help to lose weight, build muscle, learn skills and develop healthy lifestyles. If you want to learn how you can use physical education to improve your lifestyle, increase your vitality and enjoy a lifetime of activity I am the person for you.
I believe the true definition of physical fitness is the ability to do something above and beyond your daily routine. This can be a walk with your wife or a 20 mile bike ride. Anything above and beyond.
My program is centered around lifetime activities and includes skill, rule and strategy training in areas of student interest. Working in areas of student interest leads to long term success and enjoyment.
I also offer specific training and conditioning programs for individuals who want to train for a specific event, body composition or event. I have trained championship athletes in over 15 different sports and events. So if it peak performance you are looking for, I can train you for that also. I graduated from the University of Maine with a BS in Education and have spent more than 25 years in the Health Club industry working with both groups and individuals. My tutoring theory is to find out what my clients' needs are, and meet or exceed them through team work. I have mentored and tutored successfully of the last 30+ year. Physical
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