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Training Expectations Over a Lifetime | Skyler Tanner | Full Length HD

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Uploaded on Nov 14, 2011

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Skyler Tanner, the youngest Superslow™ certified instructor in history, has been a personal trainer for over a decade. Currently a general manager at Efficient Exercise (Austin Texas), Skyler is working toward a graduate degree in Exercise Science with the intent of obtaining a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist certification from the American College of Sports Medicine.

Having effectively experimented with a wide range of training modalities, Skyler is a strong proponent of safe, effective, efficient, and intense exercise.

In this presentation Skyler shares his thoughts on training expectations over a life time, advocates long range thinking in your training efforts, and encourages the audience to view training as something that (can and should) positively affect the entirety of your life.

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