Justin White

Justin White

Personal Trainer at Harbor Square Athletic Club

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Location:
160 W DAYTON, Edmonds, Washington, United States
HQ Phone:
(425) 778-3546

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Experience

Equipment Programmer  - Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc

Direct Support Professional (DSP) 2  - Las Trampas Inc

Director of Coaching  - Kinetix Living Inc

Downtown Manager  - Bellingham Athletic Club

Education

degree  - WWU

degrees  - Art and Math Education , Western Washington University

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Justin White
PERSONAL TRAINER

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Justin White Personal Trainer
Justin White Justin has worked in the fitness industry in a variety of capacities for the past 20 years, with the last 6 years spent in corporate wellness. His interest in becoming a personal trainer grew from his own experience as an often injured athlete through High School and College. Countless hours of rehab and time in the gym helped him to understand the importance of balance and well-designed fitness routines. Justin believes that everyone's motivation to improving their health and wellness in unique and personal. Since becoming a personal trainer in 2007, he has worked with everyone from Ironman Triathletes looking to improve their times to grandparents trying to keep up with their grand kids. No matter what the goal, he believes that it is his job to help people realize their unique vision for themselves in a safe effective and fun way.

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JUSTIN WHITE Operations manager at the downtown branch of Bellingham Athletic Club.What's in: Functional training is the workout buzz this year.People want exercise that "emulates real-life movements," White explains.Bosu balls, which look like an exercise ball chopped in half and mounted on a flat surface, are used in classes that help with equilibrium.Other standbys, like Jazzercise, now integrate weight training, balance exercises and stretching for a well-rounded workout.Other classes like "Yogalates" blend two big fitness trends: yoga and Pilates.What's out: White sees less single-focus training like simply lifting weights or running on the treadmill."People have such constricted time, they want to be able to do an hour workout," and get all the strength, flexibility and fat-burning benefits together, he says.On the horizon: White says you'll see more men in aerobics class."There's going to be something to try to draw men back to group exercise programs," he says.In the early days of group classes like aerobics, the split was 60 percent men, 40 percent women, White says.

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