It’s time to take back your glory years by taking control of your fitness level, right now. Michael wants all to believe that they deserve a second chance and the second chances regenerate daily. If you blew it yesterday, so what? Today is your second chance.
As a fitness professional Michael has heard just about every reason why an individual can’t workout. Most of these reasons are excuses. With so much information out there offering advice for exercise and nutrition, the information overload state is reached causing confusion and ultimately leads to abandoning the effort. Exercise and wellness is NOT an all or nothing endeavor! The smallest of movements outside of your daily routines have a cumulative effect and as a first time exerciser this fact needs to be stated. In each program, Michael will explain how important it is to maintain muscular control as you age and being fit after 40 is a reality for all to experience.
Michael Skogg has over 30 years’ experience in the fitness world as an athlete and a coach, and as an authority in his field. Michael uses this experience to create programs, motivate clients and educate fitness professionals with his system. He has certified hundreds of coaches and trainers in the NCAA, Professional and private sector using his unique approach to create balance.
Michael has created and starred in 9 exercise DVDs, his own online streaming workout website, authored numerous articles in fitness publications and continues to raise the standard in the professional fitness world. He is an expert in nutrition and supplementation with a 60 DAY CHALLENGE nutrition program that turns out large numbers of success stories where his students learn why they are doing what they do to make simple lifestyle changes for sustainability.
Michael’s expertise and ability to inspire has given him key note speaking and presenting positions at coaches’ conferences, trade-shows and conventions with a following in 38 countries worldwide. As a Neuromuscular therapist, his approach to fitness goes beyond performing at a higher level. He looks at being physically fit as a multi-faceted goal with feeling good as a priority, performing well and aesthetics fall in after. At 50 years old with a lifetime of injuries, repairs and replacements, Michael has figured out what it takes to stay in the game with this fitness principle.