Rob Smith has been in the health and fitness industry for 22 years. He has a diverse background in the industry having held positions such as head personal trainer, sales and marketing director, general manager, owner, and consultant. Rob has worked with Olympic and professional athletes as well as clients who he helped lose over 120 pounds. Rob oversees all programs at the Body Project. In addition, Rob holds eleven different certifications in the areas of personal training, core conditioning, lower back rehabilitation, corrective exercise, golf bio-mechanic, myo-skeletal alignment techniques, nutritional microscopy, sports nutrition, bio-cellular analysis and nutrition response testing.
- The Chek Institute
- Bio MedX
- Advanced Health Solutions
- Freedom from Pain Institute
He has produced four videos under the names:
- Functionally Fit, The Kettlebell Way
- Better Posture Guaranteed
- Better Posture Guaranteed: A foam roll approach
- Firm, Flat and Functional: Better Strategies for Better Abs
Paula Smith, CFT, NLC, CNHPPaula Schneider is a Certified Natural Health Professional and Certified Personal Trainer with over 10 years of experience in Nutritional Counseling, Diet Supplementation, and Fitness Training. Paula has coached hundreds of clients on weight loss and holistic health. Working at the world renown Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida helped shape many of the philosophies she has today. Paula specializes in Nutrtion Response Testing, Metabolic Typing and weight loss counseling. Paula has helped hundreds of clients lose weight, over come depression, lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, increase energy, help with digestion and constipation, improve PMS symptoms and everything in between. Paula’s motto is “Take care of your current body, it’s the only place you have to live.” What is your most pressing question on health and nutrition? email me at email@example.com
The Body Project Creed
I will be the best I can be by:
1. Continually challenging myself to go beyond my comfort zone.
2. Making the necessary sacrifices.
3. Believing in my abilities and the strength of my purpose.
4. Valuing excellence, determination and dedication in both training and nutrition.
5. Having faith and confidence in, and being supportive of my fellow workout friends.
6. Not making excuses, but taking responsibility for my development, performance and for my lifestyle.
7. Seeking feedback and making contributions to the program.
8. Being tolerant of difference in others and respecting them for who they are and what they have to offer.
9. Accepting disappointments and frustrations and overcoming them by working through them.
10. Having faith in the course of action chosen by my coaches and being committed to them,
knowing that it may not always be my preference.
We choose to do this not because it is easy, but because it is hard.”Is it all worth it?”Maybe a better question is, “Aren’t you worth it?”