Robby Boyd, Personal Trainer

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Robby Boyd

ENCINITAS, CA US 92024-7055
http://www.fathersforfitness.org


About Robby Boyd: Robby Boyd is a former college football player from Arizona State University and the founder of Fathers for Fitness. Robby is currently employed by ACE as a National Account Manager covering the east coast from San Diego. Robby was a starting strong safety on ASU's 1987 Rose Bowl championship football team and graduated from ASU in 1989 with a BS in Social Work. Health and fitness is a passion for Robby and he has been blessed to log over 5000 miles of running between 2005 to 2013. Marathons and half marathons are his specialty and on January 18th 2009 Robby qualified for the 2009 prestigious Boston Marathon and completed the race on April 20th 2009 in 3 hours and 40 minutes. The opportunity to inspire children and adults to participate in walking, running, swimming, biking, hiking and other endurance sports is the driving force behind Robby's Fathers for Fitness foundation. www.fathersforfitness.org

ACE Certifications: Personal Trainer

Years Certified with ACE: 5 years

Programs & Rates: Contact me

Years in the Industry: 21+ years

Specialties: Special Groups and Conditions
Older Adult
Youth Fitness Specialty Certification - 2.5 CECs


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Personal Trainer Specific Information

Years of Experience: 21+ years

Preferred Client Type: Athletes, Older Adult, Healthy Adult, Overweight, Youth

Client Training Locations: Home, Club, Club and Home

Average Clients Weekly: 6-10

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