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Nick Peterson

NASM Certified Personal Trainer

U of Tampa Alum

Played 4 years of professional baseball including 2 years in the Yankees organization.







Specializing in:

Weight/body fat loss

Gaining lean muscle mass

Increasing endurance

Improving athletic perfomance


Whether your goals are to lose over a hundred pounds or just “tone up” that beach body, no goals are out of reach.  Maybe you’re looking to put on some lean muscle mass or improve your endurance for an athletic competition.  No matter what your objectives may be, committing to a one-on-one personal training regimen will help you achieve them.

Every client will have a program individually designed to meet their goals and progress will be tracked through measurements, body weight, and body fat calculations.  Each high-intensity session will be 45 minutes long including warm-up, aerobics, resistance training, body weight exercises, and core stabilization and strengthening.  Tips on nutrition will be provided as well.

Body Shapers Private Studio is solely for personal training.  There are no public members and no membership fees.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. MHW permalink
    April 3, 2011 7:17 PM

    I am taking the NASM exam in June. Any advice?

    • Nick Peterson CPT permalink*
      April 9, 2011 5:30 PM

      Glad to hear! The NASM exam is definitely a tough one but well worth it! Be sure to study a lot…at least an hour a day. I recommend going through the book a minimum of twice. Know your overactive and underactive muscles and the exercises for them by heart. I believe it’s all listed on a chart. Knowing all the vocabulary is a must as well. Take your time and don’t rush through the exam. Fortunately I passed on the first try, but many do not. If you don’t pass the first time, go back through the book and keep trying until you pass. It takes a lot of people 2 or 3 shots! I wish you the best and please keep me updated on your success!

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