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Dr. Steve Young Launches PSA on New Jersey Personal Trainers
Date:12/21/2012

Cherry Hill, NJ (PRWEB) December 21, 2012

Dr. Steve Young, who is the director of Body Solutions, Inc., wants people to read his PSA on hiring a personal trainer. Young, who has always been a proactive advocate of education over excessive exercise, says he is launching his Cherry Hill, NJ personal trainer awareness campaign as the New Year approaches. http://www.bodysolutionsinc.com/Cherry-Hill-NJ-Personal-Trainer#

“Many people in Cherry Hill, NJ start each New Year strong and with a resolution to work out or work out more,” said Dr. Steve Young. “Hiring a personal trainer is a serious commitment. It isn’t a one size fits all purchase. I want people to understand how to qualify someone as both a good personal trainer and a personal trainer who will match his/her skill set.” Dr. Young, who has over 15+ years in experience in the healthcare and fitness field, says the biggest mistake a person makes when hiring a personal trainer is not verifying their credentials.

“My PSA talks about the challenges of hiring a personal trainer in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. But, anyone nationwide can read my tips and adapt them to his/her area,” continued Dr. Young. “People forget that they are hiring someone to provide a service. It is OK to check their background. Let me repeat that, it is OK to check references on a personal trainer- education too!”

About: Members of the media are invited to speak with Dr. Young about the risks and benefits of hiring a personal trainer and what questions people should be asking. Members of the public can read Dr. Young’s PSA by clicking here: http://www.bodysolutionsinc.com/Cherry-Hill-NJ-Personal-Trainer#

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/12/prweb10250235.htm.


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