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Worthy Workouts: Two Circuit Training Routines Each Week to Reach Optimum Fitness in a Year Paperback – June 7, 2011
About the Author
Heather Worthy has spent the past decade inspiring, teaching and leading others to be their physical best whether it is basic training for the older and younger population, preventive training and rehabilitation or high intensity training for the advanced exerciser or athlete. Her motto is and will always be to “Work Hard, Train Hard and Make the Commitment”. For six years, she was a Big East Conference collegiate men’s basketball Athletic Trainer, handling all medical aspects of the men’s basketball program including injury prevention, conditioning, treatment and rehabilitation. She is a Certified Personal Trainer for numerous clients of all shapes, sizes and ages and loves being able to combine both professions into one. Prior to arriving in New Jersey in 2005, she was the Associate Head Athletic Trainer at Hampton University in Hampton, VA, caring primarily for men’s basketball, football and women’s track & field. Worthy earned a master’s degree in Athletic Training from Old Dominion University in 2004 and a bachelor’s degree in Movement Science with specialization in Athletic Training from the University of Pittsburgh in 2002. She has been an adjunct faculty member at the collegiate level since 2004, where she has mentored both Athletic Training, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant students. She specializes in Cadaver Anatomy, Therapeutic Exercise, Athletic Training Principles, Functional Human Anatomy and Emergency Response and First Aid. Worthy has presented on various Athletic Training topics for the Big East Sports Medicine Conference, College Athletic Trainers’ Society, National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the Black Coaches and Administrators Association and published an abstract in the Journal of Athletic Training on static stretching versus muscle energy on hamstring flexibility. In addition to being a Certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, she is a Licensed Athletic Trainer by the Medical Board of Examiners in the State of New Jersey and Certified Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor by the International Fitness Association. She is certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and a Performance Enhancement Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Heather has been featured in NJ Health and Beauty Magazine and NJN News, is the personal trainer for the Big Fat Mountain Documentary Series and the owner of Worthy Fitness, LLC.
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