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Tyler is the new personal trainer at 24/7 Fitness Club and is excited to grow and further his personal training career. Tyler is originally from Arlington, SD and has recently moved here from Madison, SD. Tyler is a graduate of Dakota State University with a Bachelors of Exercise Science. He has participated in athletics throughout high school and college. He is excited to use what he has learned from sports and school to apply towards working with the members at 24/7 Fitness Club.
Tyler began his career when he took part in an internship at the Avera Sports Institute in Sioux Falls, SD. During his internship he spent time working with all ages from children in athletics to adults training for triathlons. While at the Avera Sports Institute Tyler put clients though a specialized workout to help them reach their peak performance. Tyler also completed an internship at the University of Sioux Falls. He spent his time at the University of Sioux Falls working with the strength and conditioning program and its athletes.
Tyler feels that his experience training for athletics has given him a great understanding of how to help others in getting the best out of their workout and to reach their full potential. He is looking forward to developing challenging but enjoyable training programs for the members 24/7 Fitness club.
He wants his client's to achieve their goals by practicing more efficient workouts. It is important to optimize the impact of each movement and exercise. Proper form and technique is a step in the right direction to "work smarter not harder". He also believes through the use of motivation, dedication, and the proper exercise routine, every individual has the ability to achieve their ideal physique. He has found that strength training is a key component to include in every workout in order to maximize results.
Also, nutrition is equally as important as the workout because if one does not put the right nutrients into the body then the body will not be able to produce the desired results. Working out leads to an overall sense of individual fulfillment and a healthier lifestyle.
A one hour workout is just 4% of your day