- December 24, 2015
- by Kristofer
Building muscle is important for increasing metabolic rate, stability, strength, and quality of life. From adolescents to elders, everyone needs to keep their body conditioned and strong. Muscle grows based on the demands put on them. That means we have to push your body to the next level. Let’s get started building the body you want!
Building muscle builds the metabolic flames that lead to calorie expenditure. These series of workouts are high in volume, taxing, and every bit worth it. Keep your head up as you move your way through the five days, knowing what will become with each workout.
- December 18, 2015
- by Vern Smith
Fitness enhances quality of life. Without our health we lose some of the essence of living. This package is filled with assessments and fitness principles to begin building a healthier lifestyle and rebalance the body to work the way it is designed to.
- December 17, 2015
- by Vern Smith
Kris was born and raised in Alaska. He has been active in various athletic programs in Alaska which helped him find his passion for hard work and character development at an early age. Kris is currently the Director of Alaska’s High School Bodybuilding program. He has competed himself half-a-dozen times, winning overall titles for each competition entered. At the age of 18, he was ranked a ‘top five junior bodybuilder’ by “Bodybuilding.com.”
He is also a former division one athlete out of Las Vegas and was part of a national championship winning team. He returned to Alaska in 2011 and began to mentor and coach community members in health through exercise. He graduated summa cum laude with both a Baccalaureate of Science in Community Health and in Exercise Science, and also holds a Master of Public Health.
Kris has been tasked with designing creative solutions to promote an active lifestyle. He has served as the spokesperson on physical activity promotion with the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services. He is an instructor for the University of Alaska. His in-depth knowledge of community engagement and non-communicable disease prevention has been his focus in research and lectures to undergraduate and graduate students of health and exercise science.
Kris has worked in remote areas and rural communities in Alaska. He helps solve their complex issues in order to better the health of underserved populations.