MMA - Bodybuilding - Weight Loss - Body Shaping - MMA Conditioning - Cardio

Ed Yehia - 941-830-1990

Rotonda West, Florida 33947

Trains both men and women.

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  • Strength Building
  • Body Building
  • Weight Loss
  • Aerobics
  • Kick Boxing
  • Body Sculpting
  • Mixed Martial Arts - Judo - Wres

Training Locations

  • home
  • gym
  • work
  • outdoors


  • IFA Certified Personal Trainer ACT Certified Personal Trainer IFA Certified Sports Nutritionist Certified 1st Degree Black Belt in Judo CPR/First Aid Certified

Personal Trainer Overview

Due to my extensive experience in bodybuilding & martial arts I will be able to meet your needs no matter what they are and how difficult you think they are. Nothing is impossible, it is only the way we do it and the science behind it.

Training Philosophy

My training principals are built on low volume-High Intensity Training, where the training session will last no longer than 40-60 min depending on the type of wokout and the level of training, and there will be no more than 4 training sessions per week.



I have been involved in sports most of my life. At the age of 3, I joined both the swimming team and the Judo team, and was competitive in both. I am a certified 1st Degree Black Belt in Judo, and won several junior national competitions when I lived in Egypt. I practiced wrestling (both roman and free-style) for some time, and competed in, and won, several local competitions. During my life journey, I practiced several other sports like Kickboxing for 2 years, racquet squash, and, water polo, all of which contributed to building a collective experience in the sports field. Now, at the age of 33, I compete on the amateur level in bodybuilding. I did a couple of shows in 2007 and 2009, and plan on competing on the national level very soon. Because of my extensive background in sports and lifetime commitment to it on a personal level, and the passion I have for it, I decided that to establish a career in sports in order to help others experience the same positive things sports, and fitness, have brought to myself and my life. I have spent countless hours in the gym and have been exposed to all kinds and levels of training and training conditions. I have experienced different kinds of sports injuries and learned how to deal with them, train around them, and treat them. I have tried all kinds of training splits, training volume, training intensity levels and training loads in my attempt to understand my own body and what works best for it. I know how to detect the early signs of overtraining and/or injury. I am very knowledgeable about nutrition from being on different types of diets in my attempt to stay in shape, or get competition ready. I know how to determine whether or not a diet plan is effective. Being a bodybuilder has led me to live a lifestyle that I truly enjoy. I have been approached countless number of times by family members, friends, neighbors, classmates, co-workers, and even strangers seeking my advice or help in designing effective training and nutrition regimens so that they may achieve their goals. It is always a pleasure sharing my experience with others.