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Essentially Fit Welcomes Brett Cohen

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We've all tried it at one time or another. We've tried running as a source of exercise. Some of us enjoyed it, and a number of us did not.

But what if you are part of the percentage of people who's injured themselves while running to get into shape. Could your injury have been prevented?

Are you currently running now? You could be setting yourself up for serious health problems.

Join us this Sunday as we explore the topic of running for fitness.

**IF YOU ARE EVEN THINKING OF RUNNING FOR EXERCISE, THEN YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW!***

Brett Cohen received a Bachelor of Science in Education from the State University of New York; College at Fredonia. Brett began his journey into fitness by studying the Japanese Martial Art; Jiu-Jitsu. Subsequent to obtaining his Black Belt, he continued to study Jiu-Jitsu along with many other Martial Art styles.

Brett is certified as a SPINNING instructor by Mad Dogg Athletics, a Personal Fitness Trainer by the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA), a Golf Biomechanic and Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach by the C.H.E.K Institute. The Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology Institute (C.H.E.K) is an elite education facility based in California. The C.H.E.K Institute specializes in advanced-level education for fitness professionals.

C.H.E.K Institute professionals are among the most current and well-educated in their field. In addition to his current certifications, Brett has completed numerous correspondence courses from this institute to obtain a level of knowledge way beyond that required by the basic personal trainer certification.

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