Cory M. Russell
Cory is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Sport Management as well as holding a Graduate Assistantship for Fitness position. He is Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He also holds a certification as a Personal Fitness Trainer through the Aerobic and Fitness Foundations Association. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Fitness Development, as well a minor in Exercise Science. Both from the State University of New York College at Cortland. During this time as an undergraduate he was a member of the varsity football program, as well as holding positions of employment as a Fitness supervisor, Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. He enjoyed an internship experience at Strength In Motion, the leading sports performance training facility in the central New York region which integrates cutting edge performance training as well as physical therapy/rehabilitation resources on site. The facility itself has developed the likes of many elite level athletes ranging from high school, college; Division III – Division I; as well as professional athletes.
Cory has been exposed to a wide array of fitness techniques and ideals which has allowed him to become proficient in a multitude of training facets. He has successfully developed clientele extending from the detrained and overweight individual through Division one athletes. He believes that this field has limitless potential and the most import aspect is to continue to learn. This comes by way of knowledge and assimilating that knowledge into your own personal experiences. Having said that he stresses to avoid settling on the plateaus of others; yet absorb and experience that plateau then continue forward. He provides this quote as reinforcement. “Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson~.
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