LET'S GET FIT
WILLIAM HARRIS, CSCS
Activities Director // Personal Trainer
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"WHAT YOU THOUGHT WAS IMPOSSIBLE...
WILL BECOME A PAST GOAL."
I grew up in North Carolina not too far from the legendary Pinehurst Resort. My interest with fitness began with my father, he was a bodybuilder for health and competition reasons. He even won a few tournaments during this chapter of his life. This dedication and love for fitness passed down to me. I have even interned at Central Carolina Hospital and Westfield Rehabilitation & Health Center, just to better understand physical therapy and further my knowledge of the body. As I have grown older my love for fitness has grown as well. I hope to share my joy for fitness with you.
As your Trainer, I hope to focus on methods that will help you become more mobile, flexible and stable to prevent injury and promote longevity, while steadily progressing to achieve your fitness goals. I personally believe in utilizing functional training, so that you can not only be efficient in the gym., but be efficient in everyday life.
I look forward to helping you achieve your fitness goals!
Infant Resource Swimming Classes coming this pool season. An amazing class to teach your little one(s) to learn self-rescue techniques incase of emergency. Come join us not just for education, but for peace of mind
If interested/sign-up please contact Samantha Champion (Instructor) 804-824-4151 or email@example.com
I can also be reached if you would like to speak with me as well. 757-291-6637 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiln Creek Challenge
Here are four exercises for this week
Full Body (4 Sets)
Bicep Curl/Triceps Extension (15 Reps)
Hip Raises (25 Reps)
Shoulder Raise - 3 Way (15 Reps)
Goblet Squat Jump/Calf Raise (15 Reps)
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Video explanation of all exercises on YouTube.com. Scan QR code below or search Kiln Creek Challenge for access