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In Home Personal Trainer Lisa Reed

Lisa is an in-home personal trainer in Alexandria, Alexandria, Fairfax, Tyson's Corner, Vienna, McLean, Northern Virginia, and some parts of Loudoun County and Fairfax County.

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Lisa is an in-home personal trainer in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Tyson's Corner, Vienna, McLean, Northern Virginia, and some parts of Loudoun County and Fairfax County.

EDUCATION:

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology

Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois; May 1998

Research symposium and published abstract:  ďThe Effects of Creatine Supplementation Upon Skeletal Muscle and Exercise Performance.Ē

Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, Concentration in Commercial Fitness

Radford University, Radford, Virginia; May 1996

Gymnastics scholarship recipient; NIT All-American balance beam 1992; team captain 1994 -1995.

 

CERTIFICATIONS:

        NSCA-Certified National Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Member, 1995 to present

        USA Weightlifting Club Coach Certification and Member, March 1998 to present

        Certified by the American Red Cross in Standard First Aid and CPR, plus AED

 

HONORS:

        Volunteer, Arlington County, Virginia: Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension:  Nutrition & Active Aging Classes. August 2007-present

        George Washington University Adjunct Professor, Fall 2006.

        Nominee for NSCA High School Strength Coach of the Year, 2006.

        Power-Systems: spokesperson and presenter, January 2006-present.

        Team MET-Rx athlete, model and representative, January 2001- present.

        International Federation of Bodybuilding & Fitness, 2002 Olympia Competitor.

        IFBB Fitness Professional: Second place, Atlantic States Pro Fitness, New York, June 2002.

        USA Nationals Fitness Champion, Las Vegas, Nevada, August 2000. 

        Jan Tana NPC Fitness Classic: Overall Fitness and Physique Champion, Virginia, July 2000.

        Mid Florida NPC Classic: Overall Fitness and Physique Champion, Florida, June 2000.

        World Tri-Fitness Challenge: Fitness and bench press Champion, Florida, June 2000.

        Fitness America: Overall Fitness and Physique Champion, Florida, Oct.1999.

 

About Personal Trainer Lisa:

Growing up as an athlete in an athletic family, I started ballet and tap dancing when I was only four years old, and gymnastics at age seven. I also ran track (100 and 200 meters and long jump), going to the AAU Regionals at age 12, and competed in the Empire State Games in diving when I was 13. 

Though actually a better diver than gymnast, gymnastics was my passion. At age 15, already focused on going to college on a gymnastics scholarship, I moved two hours from home to live with my coach and go to a great school. It was a tremendous experience.

I did very well competing while in high school, but the demands of the sport put a strain on my body: in three years I tore my hamstring, tore the ACL in my knee, and broke my arm. But with aggressive rehab and perseverance I was able to recover and earn a scholarship to Radford.

In college, I made the best of friends and had the time of my life competing. Plagued with injuries again, I had surgery to mend my broken arm, but still worked out every day- running, stair machines, weights, gymnastics- while wearing a full arm cast!

At the end of my freshman year I returned to competition. Radford was invited to the NIT where I placed on balance beam and received All-American honors. During my sophomore year, I injured my right knee again, had orthroscopic surgery first, then another ACL reconstructive. I red shirted my junior year. In my senior year I reinjured my knee again, so I was given a medical scholarship and became the team's Assistant Coach and strength and conditioning coach, while also interning at Virginia Tech's Weight Club.

About this time I saw a fitness competition on television, and with encouragement and support from the people at my gym, I decided that this was something I wanted to do.

Graduating Radford with a B.S. in Exercise Science and a minor in Psychology, I enrolled as a graduate student in nutrition and exercise physiology at Illinois State. That year I placed fifth in my first fitness competition and learned what I needed to do to improve.

After graduating Illinois State with a Masters of Science degree in Exercise Physiology, I accepted an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach position at the U.S. Naval Academy- the first female ever to hold that position. The environment and athletes were unbelievably wonderful. Opportunities continued to present themselves and in 1998 I became a Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for the University of Florida Gators women's athletic teams.

In the summer of 2000, I won the Mid-Florida Muscle Classic, the Jan Tana overall, and my height class at USA Nationals. Winning at the Nationals gave me professional status, and I was ecstatic that I had earned my pro card so quickly.

In 2001 tennis season I was called upon to be Monica Seles' performance coach, handling everything from her nutrition to fitness training on the road and at home. As you can imagine, the experience was phenomenal!

Finding an opportunity, I became the Director of Strength and Conditioning at the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC, and began to train at Gold's Gym in Arlington, VA. My current goal is to continue doing my best in my fitness careers.

 

Personal Trainer Lisa's Impressive Background:

 

Performance Coach: Personal Trainer & Power-System Presenter
Design custom fitness programs and nutritional guidance and online coaching. Personal train, teach boot camps and group training classes. Travel to training conferences and present speed, strength, agility and a myriad of fitness topics for Power Systems

Director of Fitness/Strength and Conditioning, National Cathedral School, Washington D.C.
Designed sport specific, strength, conditioning, and nutrition programs for 16 varsity and junior varsity sports as well as all faculty, staff, alumnae, and parents. Designed a Heart Health Class for Women in conjunction with the National Institute of Health (NIH) for NCS Momís. Taught two physical education personal fitness classes each quarter to upper school, one middle school fitness class in conjunction with eight middle school sport teams each quarter and one lower school fitness and nutrition class. In addition, planned, prepared and implemented performance assessments and progressions on each athlete/team and close community clients. Implemented all workouts for injured athletes. Planned and supervised two weight-room budgets.

Performance Coach to Monica Seles, Sarasota, Florida
As personal fitness coach to an internationally renowned tennis champion, was responsible for all areas of high-level athletic performance: strength, agility, speed, power, injury prevention, conditioning, and cooking all meals and meal planningóat home and on the road. While coaching Seles, she posted a 75-18 record in WTA Tour events, winning five titles and reaching the final of three other events. Seles also posted wins over Serena Williams, Jennifer Capriati, Martina Hingis during this period.

Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, University of Florida
Designed programs for womenís tennis, golf, volleyball gymnastics, diving, and track and field programs, along with menís diving. Conducted summer camps and coachesí clinics for all athletic teams. Assisted planning and direction of Floridaís first Strength and Speed Clinic. Developed the universityís Strength and Conditioning Web page.

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, United States Naval Academy
Designed and implemented strength, speed, and conditioning programs for football team; menís and womenís basketball, volleyball, water polo, wrestling, and lacrosse programs; womenís swimming team; and menís tennis team. Devised plyometric drills and conditioning programs. Provided strength, conditioning, and nutrition information for Athletic Associationís Sports Medicine Newsletter. Supervised three interns.

Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Illinois State University
Designed and implemented strength and speed/conditioning programs for golf, swimming, diving, gymnastics, volleyball, and cheerleading; assisted with football, basketball.
 

 

Lisa is an in-home personal trainer in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Tyson's Corner, Vienna, McLean, Northern Virginia, and some parts of Loudoun County and Fairfax County.

Our personal trainers, at Every Body's Personal Trainer, are available for in home personal training at all of the above locations in Maryland.  Have one of Maryland's best personal trainers work with you in the comfort of your own home.  Our in-home personal trainers in Maryland will bring the equipment necessary to give you a great total body workout in the convenience of your home.  Give us a call today to get started on your path to achieving your goals with one of our in home personal trainers in Maryland.