Lori Michiel Fitness Trainers

What defines a Lori Michiel Fitness (LMF) trainer?

SAFETY. It is our highest priority. Our trainers instinctively know when they need to teach correct form and watch for balance challenges. Our trainers also must demonstrate they have the passion, skill and education necessary to work diligently with clients. Our trainers must possess a good sense of humor, be an excellent communicator, genuinely enthusiastic, well-groomed and exhibit a professional attitude.

A physical or health-related educational background teaches the depth of knowledge necessary to understand the body’s response to exercise for those with neurological (such as Alzheimer’s), muscular skeletal (osteoarthritis) or post-rehab conditions (joint replacement, stroke recovery, etc.). If the instructor does not have formal education in kinesiology or exercise science, they must hold a fitness certification from a reputable fitness agency accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). They must follow the NCCA protocols and standards requiring they also maintain science-based Continuing Educational Courses (CECs), CPR-AED training and insurance.

Lori Peppi Michiel, Certified Personal Trainer

“When trainers are considered for the Lori Michiel Fitness team, it is important they are passionate and have the comprehensive knowledge necessary to be successful with clients experiencing chronic conditions. These are qualities that are not detailed with most personal trainer certification agencies.”

– Lori Michiel on Senior Fitness Safety, AirTalk with Larry Mantle

Put Your Trust in Lori Michiel Fitness Trainers

We ensure our trainers are experienced with clients’ chronic conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, arthritis and osteoporosis. We will only send the most qualified personal trainer that understands how to follow an initial assessment and motivate clients to achieve results.
For the benefit of clients, we verify that our instructors have a minimum of two years’ success working with Baby Boomers and seniors. Our trainers must understand the guidelines of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the American Heart Association (AHA) for both healthy and frail adults. Our trainers are also required to follow the Scope of Practice (using IDEA Health & Fitness criteria) and provide specific exercise instruction based on the initial assessment conducted by Lori Michiel.

All trainers who wish to be considered for the LMF team are screened and vetted by Lori Michiel, personally. She requires each applicant to submit current certification, insurance and references. Once hired, instructors are coached based on the identified needs of the individual client.

Read more about the requirements of LMF trainers.

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