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Neurocardiogenic Syncope

by Tammy Petersen |   Date Released : 27 Feb 2008
Tammy Petersen

About the author: Tammy Petersen

Tammy Petersen is the Founder and Managing Partner for the American Academy of Health and Fitness. She has written two books on older adult fitness and designed corresponding training programs. SrFit™ is used nationwide as the textbook for a college based course for personal trainers who wish to work with Baby Boomers and beyond. SrFitTM is also the basis for a specialty certification home study course, SrFit Mature Fitness Specialty CertificationTM, that qualifies for up to 22 contact hours of CEU credit with the major personal trainer certification organizations and 24 hours with the athletic training Board of Certification. Functionally Fit™, through on-line trained certified nurse aides, reaches the chronic long-term care and assisted living patient to provide daily functional strength training as an accepted and expected part of the daily care plan. She has also co-created eight other educational programs: JrFit Youth Fitness Specialty CertificationTM, Cancer and the Older AdultTM, Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription for All AgesTM, Exercise Management of Chronic Diseases and Disabilities for All AgesTM, Nutrition for Special Dietary NeedsTM, Developing Agility and Quickness for Sport PerformanceTM, Strength Training Older AdultsTM, and Move More, Eat Better – YOU Matter!™. Tammy’s educational background includes Bachelor of Science degrees in marketing and economics from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas. She holds a Master of Science in Education in the area of health and fitness, with an emphasis in geriatrics, from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas. She is an author for Personal Training on the Net. Additionally, her articles have appeared in IHRSA’s Club Business for Entrepreneurs, Personal Fitness Professional, Club Industry’s Fitness Business Pro, AFAA’s American Fitness and OnSite Fitness.

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