AMCore Fitness has over 20 years of experience in Health and Fitness

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Specialty Certification

  • Performance Enhancement Specialist
  • Weight Loss Specialist
  • Sports Nutrition Specialist
  • Corrective Exercise Specialist
  • MMA Conditioning Specialist
  • Boot Camp Instruction
  • Group Personal Training Specialist
  • Cardio Boxing/Kickboxing Instruction
  • Neuromuscular Stretching Specialist
  • Women’s Fitness Specialist
  • Youth Exercises Specialist
  • Senior Fitness Specialist

Additional Education

  • BS degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science
  • Martial Art/Self Defense Instructor

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