Baltimore, MD (PressExposure) July 21, 2008 -- LT is the Chief Executive Officer of LT Personal Training, Inc. where he provides fitness training to clients in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area. He is a health and fitness write for Baltimoreblack.com and an expert forum member for ABC-of-Fitness.com.
LT has previously served as the Certified Fitness Trainer for Dicks Sporting Goods in Hunt Valley Maryland and was Assistant Director for Bally Total Fitness. He was also a blogger for examiner.com. Overall, he has six years of experience as a personal trainer. He graduated from Salisbury University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. In college, he played football, did power lifting and ran track. He participated in football, wrestling and track in high school. He served in the military for eight years.
His award-winning bodybuilding experience includes: â¢ 2007 - USBF Silver Cup: 1st Place Middle Weight â¢ 2007 - OCB EASTERN REGIONAL: 1st in Novice 2nd in Open â¢ 2007 - Winter MID-ATLANTIC FITNESS CHALLENGE: 1st place overall â¢ 2007 - OCB Fall Fitness Challenge: 2nd place overall â¢ 2007 â OCB Charm City Classic: 1st place in Middle Weight â¢ 2007 - OCB Yorton Cup: 1st place Middle Class â¢ 2007 - USBF Natural Pro-AM: 1st place Middle Class â¢ 2008 - INBF Metabolix Natural Bodybuilding & Figure: 1st in weight class & 2nd in overall â¢ 2008 -NPC Natural East Coast Tournament of Champions: 2nd in weight class 2008 - USBF BATTLE OF YORK & MsUSBF FIGURE: 2nd in weight class â¢ 2008 - Best Poser Award: USBF BATTLE OF YORK & MsUSBF FIGURE
Train Hard but Train Smart "Being that I am a personal trainer I meet a lot of different individuals who want to get into shape. Sometimes clients just want to get into shape to look good. Looking good is a great thing. It definitely builds confidents and self-esteem but that's not the most important reason to start an exercise regiment. First and foremost, your health is the most important thing. If you aren't healthy, you can't enjoy life. Working out will improve your quality of life. You will feel better, look better and enjoy life much more. This is why I became a trainer and this is also why I work so hard on my body."
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