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With over 10 years of industry experience under her belt and a degree in Exercise Science, Shannon Clark, certified personal trainer and fitness writer, is ready to help you reach your goals. Her love of fitness began with years of training as a competitive figure skater throughout her childhood and teenage years which led her to begin studying exercise science in university. From there she went on to become a certified personal trainer and began also working online writing for a wide variety of websites on health, fitness, and nutrition while working with clients in person. She concentrates her focus on helping others with building lean muscle mass and stripping off those last few pounds of body fat and she’s studied what works and what doesn’t. It can be a complicated issue trying to determine right from wrong, but when you have the smart techniques in place, reaching your dream body is definitely possible. Website:

Ultra Sound Therapy For Muscle Tears

Shannon Clark
If you’re currently suffering from a muscle tear, one thing that you may be wondering is whether you should consider utilizing ultra sound therapy to help heal yourself and get...

How To Soothe Sore And Aching Muscles

Shannon Clark
After a hard workout session, one thing that you might be dealing with to quite some extent is sore, aching muscles. Whether you’re just starting a brand new workout program...

Gift Ideas For Fitness People

Shannon Clark
If you have a fit minded person on your gift list that you need to pick up a gift for, it’s great to come up with a gift idea that...

What Exercises Can I Do When Pregnant

Shannon Clark
If you’re expecting a baby, there’s no doubt that there’s much excitement in your life right now. You’re redecorating a special room in your house for this new child you’re...

How To Keep Fit In Your 60’s

Shannon Clark
If you’re moving into your later years, one important thing that you must make sure that you’re constantly considering is how to keep fit in your 60’s. It’s extremely important...