Time Management = Me Management

by Annette Lang |   Date Released : 10 Aug 2014
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Annette Lang

About the author: Annette Lang

Annette Lang has been in the health and fitness industry since 1983, working in sales, education, management and personal training. She is one of the most sought-after presenters at health and fitness conferences in the US and abroad. She speaks on a variety of topics related to the education of fitness professionals, contributing to the integrity of the personal training business within health clubs. The conference groups include: Perform Better, The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), American Fitness Professionals and Associates (AFPA), the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), International Health and Racquet Sports Association (IHRSA), Club Industry, Towne Sports International (TSI) Summit, Reebok International, Sara’s City Workouts and more. In 2005, Annette presented at international conferences in Moscow and Portugal.

Annette is a Reebok University Master Trainer and helped develop Reebok Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT), Reebok Core Training, Reebok One to One Flexibility Training and Reebok Deck Training. She presents for Free Motion Fitness exercise equipment and is one of the original authors for www.PTontheNET.com. Annette was on the original team of the Equinox Fitness Training Institute, developing and teaching the nationally recognized education program for Equinox personal trainers.

Annette teaches at numerous health clubs on a regular basis, some of her programs being a standard component of the facilities’ education process. The clubs include Equinox, Crunch/Bally, Wellbridge, NY Health & Racquet and many private facilities. Trainers enjoy Annette’s practical way of teaching, making concepts easy to understand and relating topics to real life training on the gym floor. Annette works as a private trainer in New York City.

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Comments (4)

Lang, Annette | 08 Apr 2015, 18:30 PM

You're so welcome Justin.

Lewis, Justin | 07 Apr 2015, 21:21 PM

I enjoyed the article Annette! Thanks for writing it!

Lang, Annette | 28 Aug 2014, 22:10 PM

Thanks for the feedback! I think the fact that you feel you didn't get anything out of the article reinforces the point I was making about how nebulous the entire concept is! How often do we hear things that are not "new", but something clicks and it makes us think of something else that really does affect positive change. So-sorry, but thanks!

Cardwell, Terra | 25 Aug 2014, 02:51 AM

Sorry Annette, but with the list of references listed I would think you could write a more comprehensive article including thoughtful exercises to put the advice into practice. I didn't get anything out of this article

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