Born: Manhattan, NY
Hometown: Bronx, NY and the NY Metro Area
I am a personal fitness trainer from the Bronx, NY. Currently, I hold 15 international certifications for personal training.
My parents are originally from Jamaica, West Indies and I have a sister who is currently serving in the military.
I have a true passion for fitness and an intense drive to succeed. I believe that drive in combination with dedication, determination, and discipline is the key to achieving success in fitness and in life.
My current workout consists of strictly calisthenics, which is natural body weight exercises and movement. I work my entire body (upper and lower) through such exercises with a proper range of motion while doing the exercise. This helps to increase my inner strength and muscle synastry.
I hold 15 international certifications for personal training and they are but not limited to:
- I.F.P.A. Advanced Flexibility Specialist
- I.F.P.A Personal Fitness Trainer
- I.F.P.A Prenatal Fitness and Exercise
- I.F.P.A Practical Children’s Fitness
- I.F.P.A Performance Nutrition
- I.F.P.A Performance Stretching
- I.F.P.A Core Training
- I.F.P.A Senior’s Strength Training
- I.F.P.A Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries
- I.F.P.A Functional Senior Fitness
- I.F.P.A Women’s Fitness Program Design
- I.F.P.A Plyometric Training
- I.F.P.A Beginning Strength Training for Kids
- I.F.P.A Golf & Exercise
The key factors of training”
The key factors when I am training are mental focus and physical focus on form and the specific muscles I am targeting. I also push myself to achieve new personal fitness goals, which motivates me because I will not stop until the goal is met!
Although I love working out and helping others get fit, I also enjoy playing football, baseball, and basketball. To stay fit I also watch my diet very closely. My diet consists of foods with high protein and low carbohydrates. My diet varies daily, four times a week I eat three large meals and three times a week I eat five small portioned meals.
Working out and fitness is a way of life, therefore to really make it a part of your life there needs to be a lifestyle change. We have to change our eating habits and make sure that physical activity is a part of our daily routine. We have to discipline ourselves. I am dedicated to being the best I can be and I see myself being able to motivate others to do the same!
I’m here to help inspire the uninspired!!