DeWayne Smith, MS, NASM-CES, PES, FNS
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DeWayne Smith, MS, NASM-CES, PES, FNS

DeWayne A. Smith, holds a Master’s of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from the California University of Pennsylvania, and a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine from Concord University in West Virginia. He holds the NASM CES, PES, FNS, GFS, WLS credentials, and was the lead creator and contributor of the Youth Exercise Specialization (YES). In addition, he’s contributed thousands of answers to the Sharecare.com initiative, and continues to write for his own website http://fitness-for-everyone.com.

Certified Personal TrainerFitness Professionals

Being a fitness professional carries much more responsibility than just designing a stellar, individualized workout program for a client. As you spend more and more time in the profession, you’ll begin to notice your sessions involve almost a small consulting component. Your clients begin to confide in you as you

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Certified Personal TrainerNewsletterSports Performance

Gains don’t happen overnight. It takes your muscles time to respond and adapt to stimuli. Discover the resistance training program variables that will develop the strength gains and growth you or your client may be looking for.

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CESSports PerformanceWorkout Plans

Are your swimming clients at risk for Swimmer’s Shoulder? The repetitive overhead movements, combined with faulty stroke mechanics and postural distortion patterns can place the shoulder joint in a risky position. Put the NASM Corrective Exercise Continuum to work for you and your clients to keep them in the swim

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Certified Personal TrainerCESOPTSports MedicineTraining Benefits

Let’s face it, at one point or another, we’ve all had to sit for extended periods of time, looking at, or working on something in front of us. Whether it was in high school math class, Intro to Athletic Training in our undergraduate program, or our desk based career in

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NutritionSports PerformanceWomen's Fitness

  Eating disorders are complex medical/psychiatric illnesses that can seriously interfere with a person’s daily activities and may even eventually cause death (1, 2). They cause serious disturbance to one’s daily diet, and may start as a result of altering the diet for the purpose of gaining or losing weight.

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