THE PERSONAL TRAINER CONNECTION!
- Strength Building
- Weight Loss
- Body Sculpting
- sport specific training, nutriti
- private gym
- First Aid American Sports and Fitness Association Personal Trainer
- CI#: 26337 Group Fitness/Bootcamp Instructor
Personal Trainer Overview
P^3 represents: Prior Proper Planning Prevent Poor Performance
Over the last 20 years I have developed young and adult athletes, students at the club, high school, collegiate, and international level. During that time period, I have been able to instill my signature philosophy of the three P’s – Prior Proper Planning – in order to teach athletes and coaches about time management, organization, professionalism, communication and etiquette. I am balanced, organized, disciplined, and have solid listening and communication skills. I am truly engaged by new challenges and have the ability to adapt to change quickly. Due to these assets and experiences, my goal is to teach you or your friends the basic fundamentals to proper fitness exercises in order to obtain a balanced healthy physical program. My experience in teaching varies from age 12 to 65. My range of fitness classes are weight training, body sculpting, stretch and flex, beginning and intermediate swimming, water aerobics and walking/running conditioning class. I can train and teach you at the gym or outside.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst Master of Education 2002 Administration of Education, Athletic Directing California State University Sacramento Bachelor of Science 1996 Physical Education
Coach Cassandra Cunningham began her athletic quest at Mills High School in Millbrae, CA where she competed in cross country and track for four years. Entering college she began her next sport in women's rowing. While at Sacramento State, Coach Cunningham earned three state championship titles as well as winning the 1995 Pacific Coast Rowing Championships in the Women's Varsity Eight. In 1996 she earned a Bachelor's of Science in Physical Education. After graduation she spent three years training with the Women's U.S. Rowing National Team. She is a five-time winner at the US National Elite Championships. She earned two international silver medals in the women’s lightweight quad at the 1998 World Rowing Championships and the 1999 Pan American Games. After her time on the national team, Coach Cunningham earned a Master of Education in Administration at the University of Massachusetts while simultaneously coaching the school's varsity women's lightweight rowing team. She is entering her ninth summer assisting with the Women’s Junior National Team as the Assistant Coach. She just returned from Junior World Rowing Championships in Rio de Janeiro where her crew earned a bronze medal in the women's junior pair. This would be the third time ever that the pair has earned a medal at the championships. Attached are a few accomplishments: International • Member of U.S. National Team for 1997, 1998, and 1999 World Championships • Member of U.S. National Team for 1999 Pan American Games Club (Head and Assistant Coach) • 2012 Youth National Championships gold - Girl’s Lightweight 8+ • 2012 Youth National Championships gold - Girl’s Varsity 8+ • 2011 Youth National Championships 5th place - Girl’s 4x • 2011 Youth National Championships silver - Girl’s Lightweight 8+ • 2010 Youth National Championships silver - Girl’s 8+ • 2010 Youth National Championships 5th place - Girl’s Lightweight 8+ • 2009 Youth National Championships silver - Boys’ 2- • 2006 Youth National Championships 4th place - Boy’s Lightweight 8+ • 2006 Youth National Championships 6th place - Boy’s 1x International • 2015 Junior World Championships (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil) – Bronze medal Women’s 2- • 2014 Junior World Championships (Hamburg, Germany) – Bronze medal Women’s 2- • 2013 Junior World Championships (Trakai, Lithuania) - Fifth place Women’s 2- • 2012 Junior World Championships (Plovdiv, Bulgaria) - Silver medal Women’s 2- Collegiate • 2001 Dad Vail Regatta silver - Women’s Lightweight 8+ • 2000 Dad Vail Regatta gold - Women’s Lightweight 8+