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This profile was last updated on 12/22/14  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Personal Trainer, A Nutrition Guide and the Owner
    Superb Health LLC
  • Russian Kettlebell Certification Trainer
    Superb Health LLC
  • Owner
    Imsuperb.com
  • Owner
    Super Health
  • Middlebury

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Superb Health LLC
  • Founder
    Imsuperb.com
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Web References
Nick Lynch, Russian ...
www.thestandard.com.hk, 22 Dec 2014 [cached]
Nick Lynch, Russian Kettlebell Certification trainer, strength and conditioning coach MSOE University; owner of Superb Health
Despite the uncharacteristically cold April ...
middleburycampus.com, 6 May 2010 [cached]
Despite the uncharacteristically cold April evening, guide Nick Lynch and his fiancée Natalie Valente proceeded as usual.
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"It looks like it's going to be a beautiful sunset," said Lynch, who led the full moon workout Hike up Chipman Hill on a section of the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM), on Wednesday, April 28.
Nick Lynch, personal trainer, encourages people to embrace Vermont's natural trails. //Saila Huusko, Photo editor
Lynch is a personal trainer, a nutrition guide and the owner of Superb Health LLC, a fitness company that promotes healthy lifestyles through exercise and diet.
On the evenings of the last three full moons, Lynch has led groups on hour-long hikes and workouts through on the TAM, charging $10 per person to benefit the Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT), which uses the money for trail conservation.
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About halfway through the hike, Lynch led the group down a snowy slope. He proceeded to have them then turn around and run back up.
"These woods are like a natural agility workout," said Lynch.
He is quoted on his website. "[We welcome] all levels of health, open-minded folks looking for a fun, structured, adventurous workout you won't forget."
About 40 minutes into the hike, Lynch stopped the group and began his "core" section of the workout. Each individual did a quick series of abdominal exercises before continuing down the trail.
"It barely gets darker than this when the ground is snowy," said Lynch.
Nick Lynch is a personal ...
www.rutlandherald.com, 31 Aug 2009 [cached]
Nick Lynch is a personal trainer who wants to help you get fit as a fiddle, inside and out, by bringing his workouts and nutritional advice into your living room, office and even health club.
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Nick Lynch was working in Milwaukee, Wis., when he became convinced that too many in the fitness industry were giving poor advice to clients to make a personal profit, for example pushing so-called energy drinks on the side that don't really offer a benefit.
He was also concerned that some people who could use fitness and nutritional advice can't afford the costs of joining a gym or club, much less visit a nutritionist.
So he created Superb Health, where a maximum $15 monthly fee provides computer access to videos illustrating workouts that become progressively more challenging as someone's fitness level advances. In addition, the site offers nutritional advice, and the chat lines give clients direct access to experts to answer their questions.
One recent chat line on nutrition brought questions on everything from how to prepare for a marathon to the pros and cons of consuming soy bars to how much water to consume to how caffeine affects bone density (the questioner was concerned because he or she consumes eight cups of coffee a day - the answer: caffeine depletes bone density; your body has to work in overdrive to get rid of the caffeine, it is a stimulant which is also a drug).
The drawbacks in creating the business were frustration with cinematography, which Lynch knew nothing about, and cost (he used his savings and took out a small loan to finance the venture) of creating the business and maintaining the site.
The benefits of this online format for clients, he said, include affordability, convenience of workout times and flexible locations - there are even outdoor workouts included - and variety that makes it easier to stick to the program.
"You are capable of so much," Lynch said. "People are always striving for some sort of perfection. This information gives you the tools to work your way to a better life."
Lynch and a former partner, Mike Veselka, who was his boss in Milwaukee, perform the workouts in the videos, and did voice-overs to provide instruction on proper technique.
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Lynch said the videos work in any location with computer access, even in relatively small spaces. He said fitness centers with wireless internet access allow clients to follow a workout video using the club's weights or a stability ball.
The business launched on May 25 and currently has 44 members, but Lynch would love to see the business extend into other states and even countries. He envisions a time when Superb Health has to offer a variety of live chat times and languages to accommodate foreign clients from across the globe.
But for now, Lynch is just trying to get the word out in Vermont about his business. He moved from Montpelier to Middlebury last weekend and is currently taking on new clients for personal training and nutrition advice at Vermont Sun where he is setting up a physical location for Superb Health LLC.
In addition, Superb Health is co-sponsoring a 5K race on Sept. 26 to benefit Special Olympics in Vermont, along with Lynch Family Chiropractic and Black Diamond sportswear (for more information on the race and how to get involved, visit www.vtso.org). Food will be provided by Turkey Hill Farm in Randolph, Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, and Chaplain Valley Apiaries in Middlebury. More local businesses are offering items to raffle.
Bottom line for Lynch, in addition to having a successful business and career, is to give people the tools they need to live healthier lives.
"It will give you the energy and ability to handle what's around you, to handle stress, take fewer sick days at work," he said.
Nick Lynch balances on an ...
www.timesargus.com, 27 Aug 2009 [cached]
Nick Lynch balances on an exercise ball while doing squats with a barbell at First In Fitness in Montpelier recently. Lynch has launched an online fitness/nutrition Web site called imsuperb.com.
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MONTPELIER - Nick Lynch is a personal trainer who wants to help you get fit as a fiddle, inside and out, by bringing his workouts and nutritional advice into your living room, office and even health club.
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Nick Lynch was working in Milwaukee, Wis., when he became convinced that too many in the fitness industry were, in order to make a personal profit, giving poor advice to clients, for example pushing so-called energy drinks on the side that don't really offer a benefit.
He was also concerned that some people who could use fitness and nutritional advice can't afford the costs of joining a gym or club, much less visit a nutritionist.
So he created Superb Health, where a maximum $15 monthly fee provides computer access to videos illustrating workouts that become progressively more challenging as someone's fitness level advances. In addition, the site offers nutritional advice, and the chat lines give clients direct access to experts to answer their questions.
One recent chat line on nutrition brought questions on everything from how to prepare for a marathon to the pros and cons of consuming soy bars to how much water to consume to how caffeine affects bone density (the questioner was concerned because he or she consumes eight cups of coffee a day - the answer: caffeine depletes bone density; your body has to work in overdrive to get rid of the caffeine, it is a stimulant which is also a drug).
The drawbacks in creating the business were frustration with cinematography, which Lynch knew nothing about, and cost (he used his savings and took out a small loan to finance the venture) of creating the business and maintaining the site.
The benefits of this online format for clients, he said, include affordability, convenience of workout times and flexible locations - there are even outdoor workouts included - and variety that makes it easier to stick to the program.
"You are capable of so much," Lynch said. "People are always striving for some sort of perfection. This information gives you the tools to work your way to a better life."
Lynch and a former partner, Mike Veselka, who was his boss in Milwaukee, perform the workouts in the videos, and did voice-overs to provide instruction on proper technique.
...
Lynch said the videos work in any location with computer access, even in relatively small spaces. He said fitness centers with wireless internet access allow clients to follow a workout video using the club's weights or a stability ball.
The business launched on May 25 and currently has 44 members, but Lynch would love to see the business go viral online, extending into other states and even countries. He envisions a time when Superb Health has to offer a variety of live chat times and languages to accommodate foreign clients from across the globe.
But for now, Lynch is just trying to get the word out in Vermont about his business. He moved from Montpelier to Middlebury last weekend and will affiliate with a fitness club there.
In addition, Superb Health is co-sponsoring a 5K race on Sept. 26 to benefit Special Olympics in Vermont, along with Lynch Family Chiropractic and Black Diamond sportswear (for more information on the race and how to get involved, visit www.vtso.org). Food will be provided by Turkey Hill Farm in Randolph, Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, and Champlain Valley Apiaries in Middlebury. More local businesses are offering items to raffle.
Bottom line for Lynch, in addition to having a successful business and career, is to give people the tools they need to live healthier lives.
"It will give you the energy and ability to handle what's around you, to handle stress, take fewer sick days at work," he said.
"This will be the first of ...
www.vt-world.com, 23 Sept 2009 [cached]
"This will be the first of many organized activities that we will hold," says Nick Lynch, owner of Imsuperb.com. He adds, "One of my favorite aspects of this event besides the actual run/walk/stroll will be the local farmers providing participants with food at the end of the race," noting, "I carefully chose which farms and what foods will be presented to the participants.
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For more information on the Superb Health 5k, e-mail Nick Lynch at NickLynch@imsuperb.com, visit http://imsuperb.com or check out the event at the Special Olympics Vermont website, http://www.vtso.org/events.php.
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