TRX GWTM JON HAM - GET WITH THE MOVEMENT

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GWTM – Get With The Movement! About Jon Ham: http://www.fitnesstrainingbyjon.com http://www.suptrainer.com About TRX: http://www.fitnessanywhere.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=SFNT&AFFIL=2Sk44AI0&RU=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fitnessanywhere.com%2Fgetwiththemovement%3Futm_source%3DaffiliateBanner%26utm_medium%3Daffiliate%26utm_campaign%3DGWTM_Drew_300x250.jpg About Indo Board: http://www.indoboard.com/cart/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_3&products_id=3&kbid=2093&m=44&i=59 Jon’s Bio I have been a Personal Trainer since 2001, but before that, I was a gymnast. I have been doing gymnastics since I was 3, and it has shaped the form of my life more than one could imagine. In November 1995 I had a tragic accident at gymnastics practice where I fell off the High Bar and broke my neck. I am extremely fortunate to not be paralyzed, or worse. Even though I was not paralyzed, I did have to go through an extensive recovery process, as well as a lengthy rehabilitation regimen in order to go back to the sport that I love. Nonetheless, I came back to gymnastics after 5 months of being in various neck braces and collars. One year after breaking my neck I signed a letter of intent to compete for the University of Illinois gymnastics team on a scholarship. I left my roots in August of 1997 to pursue my education and career as a gymnast at the University of Illinois. At the University of Illinois I was a member of the third place national team in 1998 and a Big Ten bronze medal winner on the High Bar in 2001. In May of 2002 I graduated with a degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition, Dietetics and accepted a job at the Mettler Center Physical Therapy and Fitness Center as the Fitness Coordinator in Champaign, Illinois. At the Mettler Center I worked with physical therapy patients and other individuals to help them reach their health and fitness goals through a variety of training programs. I implemented programs targeted for weight loss, strength enhancement, sports conditioning, senior populations, and disabled ... Distributed by Tubemogul.

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