The Dr. John Berardi, Ph.D., Interview – Part 1

July 20th, 2009

One of my proudest moments was the day I received a letter from the American College of Sports Medicine letting me know that I had passed my Health and Fitness Specialist Certification. The American College of Sports Medicine is recognized nationally and world wide as the leader in health and fitness promotion, research and education. And is considered by many in the fitness industry to be the “Gold” standard in fitness certifications.

And so, throughout my fitness career, I have tried to live-up to the ACSM’S standards by seeking out the top-notch experts in the fields of fitness, health and wellness. I have tried to learn from them (either in person or through their work) and study what they do and how they do it. And, how I can apply what I have learned, to my own training and to my work with my clients.

One of those experts is Dr. John Berardi, Ph.D., the creator of the Precision Nutrition System and founder of Precision Nutrition.

Dr. Berardi’s philosophy is the belief “that people from all walks of life – from soccer stars to soccer coaches to soccer moms – should have access to the most recent developments in health, exercise, and nutrient science.”

And that, Dr. Berrardi and the Precision Nutrition team “exist for one purpose: to help people look better, feel better, and perform better through nutrition and exercise.”

I am a true fan of Dr. Berardi and closely adhere to his nutrition principles and philosophy and highly recommend his work.

Watch this six-part interview with Dr. Berardi (which I will post in six parts for the next six months) and learn from a top-notch expert in the field of nutrition and exercise on how you can improve the way you look, feel, and perform.

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