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  • ACHIEVING MY LEVEL 3 CERTIFICATION
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    ACHIEVING MY LEVEL 3 CERTIFICATION

    (Picture of above is from part of a structural balance assessment) I started training people for a living in 1999, a few months after finishing a four-year enlistment in the Marines Corps. Since this time I’ve had three main training certifications, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), an...

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  • THE MINDSET YOU NEED TO HAVE
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    THE MINDSET YOU NEED TO HAVE

    The other day one of my clients/athletes posted a comment on Facebook about the results he was getting here at USI, and the progress he’s seen while rehabbing his knee after meniscus surgery. I put him on a protocol to help his knee recover much faster while being rehabbed. Here’s the exact protocol he did: Joint Task Force Px for first 3 days...

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    DOES CERTIFIED MEAN QUALIFIED? WITH TEDDY K.

    You can become a certified personal trainer with an online test that requires only 70% to pass. Since it’s online it’s open book. And even if it requires you to take the test in person, no previous experience is necessary. So the obvious answer is a loud NO. Certified does not make you qualified. Yet this is probably the first question asked by...

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  • BUILDING THE PERFECT ATHLETE
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    BUILDING THE PERFECT ATHLETE

    Someone in my Facebook feed posted this short video a few weeks back. I thought it had some very important take aways mentioned regarding training. Anyone looking to become stronger, leaner, more muscular, or drastically improve their level of conditioning can benefit tremendously by listening closely to what’s mentioned. A popular saying that I like...

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