Bobby Walthour: Captain Fitness
I am an athlete.
Always have been, always will be. As I look back at my careers as a national and international competitor in five different sports, one very common thing pops in my mind.
�What do I need to do to make myself better?�
This psychotic way of thought started at seven years old. Here are some examples:
�If I don�t turn then I�ll go faster skiing down the hill!�
�If I teach myself how to relax and breathe, I can make any drop surfing a big wave.�
�If I run six miles in the morning, I can have breakfast and still make weight for my wrestling match.�
�If I teach myself how to have a perfect pedal stroke, I�ll race my bicycle faster.�
�If I can do 15 sets of 10 pull-ups I�ll make a shot for the Athens Olympics at 38 years old. (Why pull-ups? No idea.)
�If I study really hard, I can get my degree in Physical Education, not only to help my professional career as a bike racer, but promote what I love.�
I use this "performance" approach when I work with you, one-on-one to achieve your next level of fitness...and...you may cry a little bit...but I promise you'll have fun and love the results.
Both parents were career Physical Education teachers and coaches. I was bred for this��.no really!
BA Physical Education Saint Mary�s College of California
Certified Personal Fitness Trainer - American Council on Exercise
Certified Cycling Coach - USA Cycling
Just started my Masters Degree in Exercise Science�uh it�s really hard, gonna take a while.
Personal Fitness Trainer since 1993.
Ten years as Physical Education Teacher, athletic director, and sports coach for a private K-8 schoolFormer member of the United States National Cycling Team.
Husband and Dad.