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Welcome to my blog! My name is Marsha Stephenson, and I am a Certified Fitness Trainer through International Sports Sciences Association. My passion is to help others to live a happier, more fulfilling life, and especially those with mental illness. 209 more words


Introduction to the Culture of Fitness

Hello! My name is Lannette Rust, I am a native of Colorado Springs and in training to be a Certified Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach.  I have always had a passion to help individuals grow and improve their lives both personally and professionally.  87 more words

Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day

No matter how many times it’s proven that breakfast is important to a healthy lifestyle, people still continually skip it.

If the choice to have breakfast or not the answer is ALWAYS have breakfast. 264 more words

Personal Trainer Course , Pro-grade [Bring textbook to LIFE]

Highly recommended for advance/ experience personal trainer whom wish to be ACE / NASM Certified. Pro-grade provides experiential learning, bring theory out of textbook relating to fitness industry practice. 67 more words

Working Out---When Injured

I wish I had a milkbath like in the movie, Wanted (starring Angelina Jolie). After getting beat up from a lethal workout this milkbath would allow me to heal and rebuild my sore muscles at incredible speed. 250 more words


Scott Salbo: New York Sports Club Certified Personal Trainer

Scott Salbo, Certified Personal Trainer, at New York Sports Club talks about building a client’s confidence when training them. 

1. How important is to have the right certifications and education to be a trainer/instructor? 177 more words
Health & Fitness

Want Abs?

Okay, so my last post on abs was focused on spirituality and abdominal strength. Now I will discuss abs in the physical plane. The old adage is true: “Abs are made in the kitchen, not in the gym.” What you eat will have a direct influence on your abdominal structure or the lack thereof. 221 more words