Do What You Love & Changing Lives
Madsweat’s trainers Crystal Reeves & Russell Wynter who recently earned NASM’s Master Trainer distinction share what inspired them to become fitness professionals -and offer their best advice to help you find success in 2015.
Fitness Tips for National Academy of Sports Medicine
NASM Master Trainers Crystal Reeves and Russell Wynter are frequent contributors to NASM. Here they were asked to provide tips for NASM’s “Fitness Week” promotion.
Body-weight workouts are getting Bigbuzz right now as people discover that the only equipment you really need to get fit is with you all the time.
Want to give your clients a taste of a body-weight workout that incorporates core, balance, and resistance-training elements? Check out this routine from Crystal Reeves, NASM-CPT, CES, PES, FNS, WFS, NASM Master Trainer, a weight management specialist in Scottsdale, Ariz.
NASM is proud to recognize the following NASM Master Trainers. With dedication and hard work, these trainers have received the highest honors in the fitness industry.
I know it sounds cliché but I was always athletic and I became a trainer because I like helping people. Now I get to put the two things I love together: physical activity and helping others to reach their goals. It is rare to find a profession you can say you truly love.
Why Choose The NASM Certified Personal Trainer Certification?
There are many reasons to become an NASM Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT). Sometimes it helps to hear why others have chosen the NASM-CPT. Russell Wynter, an NASM-CPT from Scottsdale, Ariz., shares some of his reasons.
4 Trainers Share Their Favorite Fat-Burning Workouts Boredom-busting, sweat-inducing workout routines straight from the pros
The Total-Body Integrated Workout
Suggested by: Russell Wynter and Crystal Reeves, NASM certified Master Trainers and co-owners of MadSweat personal training.
Why Rest Days are Just as Important as Working Out Experts explain why working out intensely every day isn't a great idea.
“Inadequate rest may lead to over-training syndrome which commonly occurs in fitness enthusiasts that train beyond their body’s ability to recover, says Crystal Reeves, also a NASM certified master trainer and a co-owner of MadSweat.“