From Roger DeLaCruz, Campus Director. Hello AFNA Students, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, and Friends of the School, Remember from last week’s Newsletter, I informed you that I am following the LA County Department of Public Health’s Roadmap to Recovery to establish AFNA’s reopen date and guidelines. You may have heard on the news that Stage… Continue reading Update to Reopening AFNA’s Pasadena Classroom
From Tom Boland, President. Tiffany Linares, the Director of Financial Aid and Career Services at the American Fitness and Nutrition Academy (AFNA) will continue in her capacity as Financial Aid Administrator while adding the Registrar Office to her oversight. “Tiffany’s service to the school these past four plus years has been invaluable and I am… Continue reading Team AFNA Moving Up!
From James Seng, Program Director. When your goal is hypertrophy, there is really only one thing that truly matters: Growth Hormones! So what are hormones and how do we stimulate the body to make these wonderful little chemical messengers? https://www.news-medical.net/health/What-are-Hormones.aspx Hormones function in the body to deliver messages between your cells and regulate the cycles… Continue reading Hormone Responses to Resistance Training
From Roger DeLaCruz, Campus Director. Part 2 of my conversation with AFNA Alumnus Matt Didier: Do you have a Fitness Philosophy, Motto, or inspirational quote you go to to motivate yourself and your clients? I do! Heart and Soul STRONG and Destroy The Doubt. Even before graduating from AFNA I was already envisioning how I… Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: Matt Didier Part 2
From Tiffany Linares, Financial Aid Services. During the last few months, only essential businesses were allowed to remain open and they had to constantly adapt to the changing updates. Employers needed to create safer working environments for their employees; anything from extra hand sanitizer, wipes, cleaning sprays to larger safety precautions like plexiglass to provide… Continue reading Returning to Work – Questions YOU Need to Ask
From Tom Boland, President Roger DeLaCruz, the former Director of Admissions at the American Fitness and Nutrition Academy (AFNA), was promoted to the new position of Campus Director. As Campus Director Roger is responsible for all operations at the school related to admissions, student services, and campus management. Roger helped to guide AFNA’s transition from… Continue reading Roger DeLaCruz Promoted to Campus Director
Let’s learn to motivate ourselves so we can motivate others! From James Seng, AFNA Instructor “The best way to predict your future is to create it…” Let’s learn to motivate ourselves so we can motivate others! Creating little habits in your daily life can add up to huge success. If you’ve ever listened to and… Continue reading Let’s Learn to Motivate Ourselves So We Can Motivate Others!
From Roger DeLaCruz, Campus Director You may be wondering as a student of personal training, how do I start my career as a Personal Trainer? First of all, congrats on taking the first step on the path to your rewarding career in fitness by enrolling in the Fitness and Nutrition Trainer Program at AFNA. According… Continue reading Where Do I Start My Career?: Mentorship
Happy Fitness to AFNA Students, Alumni, Faculty & Staff, and Friends of the School! Based on recent announcements from California Governor Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles County health officials we are eyeing a limited reopening of our on-campus program as early as June 1, 2020. We will be reaching out to every currently active student… Continue reading AFNA To Reopen With Safety Plan
Finding new inspiration for training can be as easy as popping on youtube. After talking with a few of you while you programmed exercises for each other on wednesday, I found Raneir Pollar, trainer at Equinox, stepping up his game on youtube (click the picture to go to the workout). Making money as a personal… Continue reading Tabata from Equinox on Youtube!