Pam Tebo: like many others around the U.S got married had kids and became busy with everyday life. I just could not lose the baby weight and the accumulation over many years of not being as active as I used to be. I found myself over weight and stressed out and decided in 1997 to make a change. I went back to the body building lifestyle I once participated in my youth, signing up for the Body for Life Challenge in 1997 and finished losing over 50 lbs and gaining over 15 lbs of muscle. I was hooked and by my 40th Birthday I was back into bodybuilding and placed first in my weight class and first overall in my fist Armature bodybuilding competition. I was so happy with my results and the positive influence I was having I gained my first personal training certification in 1998 with ISSA. I have been lucky to have trained and mentored by many outstanding fitness professionals over the years and attending many athletic symposiums. I have trained with Charles Glass World famous in the Professional Body Building world and trained for my last body building competition with him placing 2nd, and trained and mentored by 2 time Olympian Mark Creer in track and field. I have also been lucky to have participated in a Strength and Sports Conditioning weekend program with Olympic strength coach Ian King. Amongst my many professional accomplishments I have worked with a Hollywood director, an actor, a few professional athletes and a couple of models. I have also worked with many teachers and professionals and countless elderly individuals and housewife. I have provided sports specific training for youth ice hockey teams as well s girl’s volleyball and soccer.
Education and Certifications
- National Council for Certified Personal Trainers
- Expert Rating Certified Personal Trainer
- CPR AED and First AID
- Group Exercise AFAA
- Over 15 years experience in fitness and body building, prenatal and postnatal and working with elderly clients.
Specialties:Fat Loss, Elderly Training, Bodybuilding, Strength Training, Sport-Specific Training, Functional Fitness
“Failure is blindness to the strategic element in events. Success is readiness for instant action when
The opportune moment arrives” -Newll d Hills