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Healthy Man of the Month – July 2014
Gabori Hill says his fitness career started in high school with a high school basketball coach. Coach Kenneth Jackson, a former US Marine, pushed us to the limit everyday with different circuit training that tested our strength, endurance, and overall physical ability. He loved it.
After high school and a brief stint in Junior College, I decided to joined the Marine Corps and took my body to another level. During my time in the Marine Corps, I attained a Green Belt in the Marine Corps Mixed Martial Arts program, and taught self defense. That’s when he discovered the love and passion to teach others to succeed at their fitness goals. It was at that time that he made a promise to lead a healthier lifestyle and show others how to do so.
It was a true turning point. Today Mr. Hill is an in demand personal trainer and all around good guy.
Gabori is an International Sports Sciences Association Certified Personal Trainer. In fact he’s among the elite in his field with a Performance Enhancement Specialist Certificate through National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He is also certified in Physical Activity/Instruction of Older Adults. Gabori has over five years of personal training experience and over fifteen years of experience in teaching physical training. He’s a current member of IDEA Health and Fitness Association, and an affiliate of TRX Suspension Training.
“In my time as a personal trainer, I have learned many fascinating things about the human body. How the average person perseveres and accomplish feats that we find hard to believe. How we as people, motivate each other to do the impossible. Also how we as a people, can be positively influenced by others, to do good things that last a life time. I believe in the human race and how important it is to make sure that I do my part in keeping us healthy and long living.”
Gabori Hill is our Healthy Man of the Month for July 2014 and says his personal program consists of 3-4 days of strength training with cardio work done on my off days. He plays basketball and various indoor sports to stay in shape as well. I recommend that all my clients try a pilates or yoga class to increase your flexibility, strengthen your core, and promote the good health in general.