Jeff Katz

Jeff Katz

Owner and Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutritionist at Advanced Body Dynamics

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Location:
2201 PILLSBURY RD, Chico, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(530) 864-7574
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last updated 1/26/2018

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Education

Pleasant Valley High School

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Jeff Katz
Jeff Katz discovered his love of fitness at a young age while he was a student at Pleasant Valley High School. He realized then this would be a career path he would like to follow. Jeff decided to take two things in life he is unwaveringly passionate about and mold them into one. The two things...a love of health and fitness, and a deep passion to help others. He feels that results don't just come from exercise and nutrition alone. Jeff's secret weapon are his 4 core principles to ensure client success long term: Jeff has been a vegetarian since the age of 3. He is phenomenal at helping his clients develop a healthy meal plan in both the vegetarian and omnivore platform. Jeff is an A.F.A.A Certified Personal Trainer as well as an ACE fitness nutrition specialist. He holds a current CPR certification as well. Jeff has over seven years of experience in the fitness industry working with clients hands on. He likes having an environment that allows him to get to know his clients, and build long term relationships that foster health and wellness for the rest of their life. Meet the team Jeff Katz Jeff Katz discovered his love of fitness at a young age while he was a student at Pleasant Valley High School. He realized then this would be a career path he would like to follow. Jeff decided to take two things in life he is unwaveringly passionate about and mold them into one. The... Thank you to Jeff Katz of Advanced Body Dynamics for your positive and professional support. Shawneen Brooke Felix 12 lbs lighter and loving my life. Thank you to Jeff Katz of Advanced Body Dynamics for your positive and professional support.

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Personal trainer and Co-Owner of Advanced Body Dynamics, Jeff Katz, said that you can exercise at that intensity in different ways.
Squats and walking are two examples. "Moderate is something that is going to get your heart rate up and push your body," said Katz. " But it's not over the limit to where your going to get sick." Another plan AHA recommends for overall heart health is at least 25 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity at least three days per week, along with moderate-to-high-intensity muscle strengthening activity at least two days per week. Katz explained that a vigorous workout could be accomplished by doing "mountain climbers". Muscle-strengthening can be done with curls. Katz said that his personal training classes can help people of all ages regain or build heart heath.

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