John Lewer, Personal Trainer

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John Lewer

Saint Cloud, MN US 56303-4320

About John Lewer: I am currently a student at St. Cloud State University where I am pursuing a Sport and Recreation Management Degree. I am certified through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) as a Persoanl Trainer. I have been a certified personal trainer for almost two years now!I love working with people of all ages and helping them achive their health and fitness goals. I will work with you on a personal level, developing a workout plan that is designed specifically for you, and I will be consisitant on presenting new ideas to keep it fun and exciting! I am interested in working with any type of person with any kind of goals that you have! •Weight Loss •Weight Training •Sport Training •Core •Balance/Flexibility

ACE Certifications: Personal Trainer

Years Certified with ACE: 3 years

Programs & Rates: Contact me

Years in the Industry: 2-5 years

Specialties: Personal and Small Group Training
Bodyweight Training
Core Training
Endurance Sports
Flexibility Training
Functional Training
Sports Performance


Personal Trainer Specific Information

Years of Experience: 2-5 years

Preferred Client Type: Athletes, Older Adult, Special Populations, Healthy Adult, Overweight, Underweight, Post Rehab, Youth, Other, Eveyone Is Welcome!!

Client Training Locations: Club, Other, Club and Home, St. Cloud State University

Average Clients Weekly: 0-5

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