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"Greg Justice has deservedly earned the recognition as one of the key leaders in our industry. With more than 50,000 one-on-one personal training sessions, he has mastered the ability to share his training mastery with his clients as well as empower his professional peers through his experience."
- Lindsay Vastola, Editor, Personal Fitness Professional Magazine
"Training veteran Greg Justice didn't just get in on the leading edge of an emerging industry, he helped create it. Opening the first personal training studio in Kansas City, Justice has, over the years, laid the groundwork for countless others to follow."
- Shelby Murphy, Past Editor, Personal Fitness Professional magazine
Greg Justice, MA, is a best-selling author, speaker and fitness entrepreneur. He opened AYC Health & Fitness, Kansas City's Original Personal Training Center, and Corporate Boot Camp System in May 1986. AYC specializes in corporate wellness, small-group and personal fitness training.
Greg holds a master's degree in HPER (exercise science) (1986) from Morehead State University, Morehead, KY and a bachelor's degree in Health & Physical Education (1983) from Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.
He has been actively involved in the fitness industry for more than three decades as a club manager, owner, personal fitness trainer, and corporate wellness supervisor where he worked with more than 100 corporations. Greg writes articles for many international publications and websites including Corporate Wellness Magazine, Exercise & Health, IDEA Fitness Journal, American Fitness Magazine, Protraineronline.com, Fitcommerce.com, and has a monthly column called "Treadmill Talks" in Personal Fitness Professional (PFP) magazine. He has authored books titled 'Mind Your Own Fitness' 'Lies & Myths about Corporate Wellness' and 'Treadside Manner'. He has also co-authored author two other books.
Greg also mentors and instructs trainers through his Fitness Business Coaching Program, which spans nine countries, 45 states and six Canadian Provences.