Giddy Up Sports
About this pro
Bill Humphries is a Nationally Ranked trainer and in 1995 through 1998 ranked in the Country as one of the top ten trainers in the United States. Bill has been published, and was presented as GQ's best bet 7 times. He is a medical exercise specialist and previous owner of LightChaser Sports, Inc. in New York and L.A. Bill is now launching a cutting edge fitness concept-" Giddy Up Sports"- from his home town of Atlanta, Georgia. Bill started his career at the renown Equinox Fitness Clubs in New York where he became the top trainer out of over 300 trainers, quickly he was in demand for A list movie stars and models, later graduating to being the "go to guy" for special needs populations, terminally ill, eating disorders, and extreme cases. In New York, Bill was featured on the NBC and CBS morning shows for nutrition tips. He is also a former stuntman and actor. Bill appeared with reoccuring roles on " As the World Turns", "Guiding Light", and "All My Children", and was also featured on Law and Order, Oz, NYPD Blue, as well as Off Broadway plays-- where he produced, directed, wrote and filmed Independent dramas. He was made a member of The Actor's Studio in 1994. Bill was also a member of The Force Reconnaissance Marines- the top special Ops unit in the Navy. He has ran in five New York City Marathons, and has competed in triathlons all over the South East. As a trainer, Bill has worked with A list movie stars, entire casts of Broadway Plays, professional athletes, Olympic athletes, competitive body builders and top models to get them in peak condition and appearance in short periods of time. He developed the nationally acclaimed workout system called "Body Attack" which re-surges your metabolism and hormonal glands in short periods of time. Bill also developed "Street Fight" for a self defense he taught at The New York Athletic Club in NYC for men, professional boxers,women and utlimate fighters...
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?When you are looking for a personal trainer coming to your home or gym. 1. Ask them if they have a current certification. 2. Make sure they are insured. 3. They should ask for an exercise perscription from your Dr. if necessarry. 4. The trainer should ask questions like goals realistic, injuries and history of training.