Being born in Boston you would think I have a "Bawstin" accent. Nope, it's long gone; maybe it was because I moved to California at a young age. And quite honestly, it was hard to fake an accent after awhile. So I decided to turn in my fake acting skills to become a personal trainer. Turns out it does a large amount of good within a community and people. I secretly still want to be an actor (don't tell the boss) but I've never been successful. However, I quickly received my Associates in Kinesiology (fancy word for study of movement) with an emphasis in Nutritional Science. You guessed it, I love food, sometimes too much, and I know when it's bad for me; but that's what makes it fun. Later on, I received my Bachelors in Kinesiology with an Emphasis in Physical therapy. Which basically means I know how to cheat reps during a workout without anyone noticing. Also, somehow along the lines, while playing sports (Football and Track) at Whittier College, I also managed to get my certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine to be a Certified Personal Trainer. A fancy paper that says I'm certified to help people on reaching their physical goals correctly, with a touch of music and motivation. Yeah, never got to that acting gig though. But it's good to dream a little, right? However, I'm convinced fitness is my calling. I care too much. I want to help people reach their goals within and outside of the gym. Through Exercise, through Nutrition, through Accountability, and some dance moves; I've always had a passion for caring and getting people to their next level. This is a bio? Yes, I have degrees and certifications to personal/group training. But more importantly, I'm a professional at fixing my WiFi router, cleaning up after my dogs, and making my wife smile all day. My name is Romell.
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