Initially developing from my career in gymnastics and my own personal, medical, and physical obstacles that I was forced to overcome, the realization that specialized and select populations have been greatly underestimated and accommodated. My personal belief and principles lye in that any and every person no matter of obstacles, boundaries, or limitations, with a developed since of self determination can overcome even some of the most unique and overwhelming of restrictions. I am a firm believer in providing services to the more neglected of populations in the personal training industry, and showing many others that what they saw as disabilities are what we have made the base of our strengths and capabilities. I have dedicated my life, since even before I was relating it to the health of others at the age of 3, to the development of the underestimated populations. This is why I love my job! Its easy to work with a standard population of clientele by simply following the general outline, but that is not why I am in this field of work. I am a "Personal" trainer, personal, as in a trainer to help develop a persons personal interests, goals, and individual obstacles their specific to that individual client. Because of this might raining services come with a do whats necessary, make no exceptions, and break all boundaries concept. I do this because my intentions are to be able to work with any populations that me be confronted with. Often this means that I will continue the education, research, and go to extreme degrees of personalization to meet the needs of nearly any clients. Unlike most trainers I do not see my clients as just people, but as individuals with special needs that are looking for someone willing to go the extra step to help them the most doctors and trainers are not willing to do and to provide them with the skills to go far beyond the expectations and limitations and placed on them.
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