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Having a Corrective Exercise Specialist certification is different from that of a fitness#9198AA trainer certification. One must have at least a BS degree related field to secure a CES certification. You get the same workout as you would get trained by certified personal trainer, but a CES workout is more core-focused toward advanced injury prevention because of daily repetitive movements.
Dell Jeanty is a Washington DC certified Personal Trainer and who has successfully trained a number of clients for over 10 years. Dell is certified with International Fitness Professional Associations (IFPA) and with National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist, which assesses and corrects muscle imbalances and body posture, reconditions injuries. (For NASM credential verification, please select Maryland as location) National Academy of Sports Medicine - Weight Management: designs and implement fun and unique weight loss programs for individuals ranging from those who only want to lose a couple of pounds to the overweight and obese clients.
He also has a certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from the American Red Cross. He is stretch, cardio kickboxing from ISCA and BFIT University, cycling (spinning) instructor from FiTOUR. In addition, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology from Howard University.
Clientship: Most of my clients have been individuals looking to lose body fat mass or gain muscle mass. As a result I have developed experience working with individuals with varying fitness goals. Dell, as a Washington DC personal trainer, has been helping clients to lose weight since 2002. He is a DC personal Trainer and passionate about giving results to his clients. His client niche is weight loss, getting clients back to their normal weight.
Mission: Dell is one of the personal trainers in dc. His mission is to equip individuals with the knowledge needed to become more physically fit, to motivate them to achieve new and exciting goals, and to challenge them in ways that will make their new level of fitness become more functional in their lives, all so that they can continue with a more healthy and happy lifestyle.