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23 Feb

Overhead straight bar sit-ups – ads thick chunky blocks of abs. Of course abs are made in the kitchen but these bad boys will help build noticeable abs. Happy Sunday everyone!
Who has a hard time getting those abs to pop??

20 Feb

Never forget the core, abs, calves and stretching can be added to each workout. They are small but very important areas to focus your energy on.
Nothing worse than a guy with a big upper body, no calves and no abs.
Aesthetics and proper body composition is something that should be the main focus when fine tuning your last efforts in finally reaching your goals. @selfmadetrainingfacilitydiego

20 Dec

Is there anything better than a thick stack of pancakes filled with fruity goodness!?🥞 I can think of nothing🤩
These are vegan, made with oat flour, & topped with any healthy homemade fruit spread – basically blueberry hummus😋 Here is the recipe:
1 cup oat flour
1 banana
1 flax egg
1 cup almond milk
1/2 tbsp vegan butter
1/4 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp honey
1/2 tsp pink sea salt
1/2 tbsp orange juice
1/2 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp vanilla
Mix your ingredients with a hand mixer and cook each pancake on medium heat for about 3 minutes on each side. Top with some from Lantana blueberry hummus & fresh blueberries😋
hummus Pancakes fitness health breakfast sandiego sandiegofit sandiegofitness organic @ San Diego, California

04 Nov

Get the best out of your investment, if you’re not seeing results in the past 1-2 months – it’s time to rethink your plan of attack.
I create a simple easy to follow routine for training, nutrition and stress relief. Everything you need is a phone call or email away – let’s create one for you today!!

04 Nov

So proud of my client @_raquelorozco – she’s lost 11lbs and started her transformation. The pic above is 4 weeks of my fitness + nutrition combo that works for any lifestyle. Can’t wait to see more results – keep up the great work!

11 Mar

ACE Certified Code of Ethics

Health and fitness professionals have the unique role of designing programs, performing assessments motivating clients. However, one of the most important roles and reasons for earning a certification is to protect the public from harm.  ACE established an ethical code of conduct for professionals holding any of the four primary NCCA accredited certifications.  It was developed as a guide for health and fitness professionals to uphold ethical and professional standards and practices.

Maintaining professionalism is vital.  It is your responsibility to ensure you maintain the following Code of Ethics principles to adequately represent yourself and the industry.

Provide Safe and Effective Instruction

Complete proper industry-related screening processes for all clients. Use the appropriate and applicable assessment prior to designing and implementing programming. Remember that your role is to help improve and facilitate overall health and wellness in your client, not prescribe.

Provide Equal and Fair Treatment to All Clients

Health and fitness professionals serve diverse groups of individuals. You are obligated to treat each person fairly, without bias.

Stay Up to Date on the Latest Health and Fitness Research and Understand its Practical Application

Your education does not end with your core certification. With the industry continually evolving, it is necessary to remain informed through continuing education and professional development.

Maintain Current CPR Certification and Knowledge of First Aid Services

Most fitness facilities require this prior to and during employment. Health and fitness professionals should be current with the most up-to-date emergency response procedures.

Comply with All Applicable Business Employment and Intellectual Property Laws

Avoid misrepresentation. Maintain integrity and honesty in the services you provide. Disclose and clearly provide the right information to clients.

Maintain Confidentiality of All Client Information

Information disclosed to health and fitness professionals by clients is private. It is of the utmost importance to keep the information secure and confidential at all times.

Refer Clients to More Qualified Health or Medical Professionals When Appropriate

Know where the boundaries lie with regard to your expertise. Remain within your Scope of Practice and refer to appropriate medical professionals when clients’ needs fall outside of your expertise. (See Scope of Practice Guidelines in Chapter 1 of your Certification Manuals.)

Uphold and Enhance Public Appreciation and Trust for the Health and Fitness Industry

Be professional. Your education provides you with the necessary expertise to provide helpful and valid information to the public. Remember that you not only represent yourself, but the health and fitness industry as a whole.

Establish and Maintain Clear Professional Boundaries

Set and maintain appropriate boundaries between you and your clients.