Prior to my first TNT lesson, I had never swung a tennis racquet.
I’ve shuttled my four-year-old daughter’s racquet to and from the club since last September. She’s in the club’s Junior Development program, taking lessons from (Saint) Peggy Schuster, also known as “The Most Patient Pro on the Planet,” and loving every minute of it.MORE
My younger sisters from my dad’s second marriage were heavily involved with dance as young children. As the proud big sister, I dutifully ended each recital.
The two-year-olds were consistently adorable. There was always one guaranteed on-stage tantrum. The costumes were cute (if a bit cotillion-esque). The music was standard kiddie-tune fare. The dance moves were simple and age-appropriate.MORE
It’s Ask the Trainer time again, and Brian Wilmot is taking on your questions this month.
Brian has a fascinating background.
He made Jamaica’s National Swimming Squad at the age of 10 and competed at an international level until age 17. He started Body Building and personal training at 18 and competed in body building until age 24. He won the NPC Amateur New York State Championships for his weight class. He’s also the author Slim and Trim. After becoming certified by The American College of Sports Medicine as a Health Fitness Specialist (HFS) and having earned several certifications prior, Brian worked in a medical office as a health fitness specialist for six years. He joined the Midtown personal training team in 2000, and his current fitness quest is Seidokan Karate.MORE