University of South Florida (Exercise Science)
I am a veteran of OEF and still presently serve this great nation as a reserve soldier. Long before I ever considered wearing the uniform, I fell in love with pro wrestling, baseball and math (in that order). Yes, I still watch wresting. Yes, I can watch baseball on tv. As far as that last one, well that's why I'm here.
I love math. I love numbers. At young age, it became very clear that math was my best subject. Despite the ease in which understanding came, complacency never reared it's ugly head and I always wanted more. I took Calc 1 and 2 in high school; despite having no interest in a science or math degree. I would then take Calc 3 as a declared criminology major purely for the challenge (I got an A). Since grade school, I always helped my friends better understand math. Once I starting college at the University of South, I accepted a position as math tutor for the university's athletic department's academic enrichment center tutoring collegiate athletes. There's an indescribable satisfaction that comes from seeing someone gain understanding in an area they didn't have understanding before. I love how math is an universal language that easily crosses our world's cultures. Men lie, women lie, numbers don't lie.
My scores are as follow: AP Calculus AB Exam: 5, AP Calculus BC Exam: 4, and Calculus 3: A.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION/HEALTH AND WELLNESS:
I believe that a lot of people out there are struggling, not because they lack effort and/or intent but because they lack the knowledge. I'm anti-Bro-Science, so if I teach something it's because it's supported by independent research and real-world, practical experience.
I earned a B.S. in Physical Education with a Specialization in Exercise Science
I previously possessed certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and have worked on and off in the health and fitness industry for the past 8 years.
An arrogant man professes to know everything, a confident man isn't afraid to profess that he knows something. I don't make promises I can't keep, but I do guarantee that I will do my best to give you the tools necessary to help become better than you were the day prior. I am a veteran of OEF and still presently serve this great nation as a reserve soldier. Long before I ever considered wearing the uniform, I fell in love with pro wrestling, baseball and math (in that order). Yes, I still watch wresting. Yes, I can watch baseball on tv. As far as that last one, well that's why I'm here.
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