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Trusting the care of your body in any way - to someone - is very, very, personal. Not many people are worthy of that kind of trust. Ideally that person would be the most educated, skilled, caring, and encouraging person you could find. Adelaide is that kind of trainer. Her expertise and commitment to me as her client has been worth far more than the cost of training. She loves what she does. So much of my life is better. Healing chronic injuries, improving depression, weight loss, body image, nutrition, getting fit, designing and sustaining a healthy lifestyle are a few if the things she has taught me to do. The benefits affect every area of my life. Changing your life is possible and sustainable with effective training. My husband has become a true athlete at 55 since Adelaide has become his trainer also. I can't imagine what my life would be like without having been on this journey under her supervision. She always goes the extra mile for her clients. Once in a while you are lucky enough to find someone really special who makes a lasting impact on your life. Adelaide is that person.
I've had the pleasure of working with Heidi for several years now. I have always been impressed with her ability to be attentive, responsible, and mature while also keeping things fun for her students. My kids think it's cool that she holds several swimming records in the state of New Mexico, I think it shows that she knows what it takes to succeed in the sport of swimming. She also processes the skills necessary to relate to and teach a wide age range of students. I highly recommend Heidi Barsun for any teaching needs. Jen Pecasting Del Norte Nadadores Swim Team Manager
I have been involved in aquatics for over 30 years. I am able to teach even the most fearful beginner to love the water. I also have an eye for proper stroke technique, and can help make you stroke more efficient if you are training for a triathlon.
I provide top-notch training and technical work in both swimming and Hatha yoga practice. I coach all levels and ages, and I determined that whatever goal you have in mind is met.
My name is Caroline, and I have been swimming on a competitive swim team for 12 years. I have won numerous state championships and other awards. I have also been a Red Cross certified lifeguard and swim instructor for 3 years. I hope to hear back from you.
I have a background in fitness and wellness. I specialize in adult swimming and introduction to fitness.
Motivation is hard to achieve by yourself, but I have great techniques that I have learned through experience that'll put you on the leave of fitness you are searching for. I'm very respectful, motivational and time efficient, and I will help clients reach goals that they desire. I'm also very educated on how the human body functions and what the human body needs to be in top condition. I will have you wanting to work out. These plans are personalized to your needs and build, for best results.
I design, implement, conduct and monitor strength and conditioning programs for multiple Olympic sport programs. I coordinate student athlete rehabilitation with sports medicine and assist with rehabilitation of injured athletes. I support education for student athletes about nutrition and supplementation, assist with coordination, maintenance, and staffing of weight room/strength facilities, assist in identifying and purchasing needed strength and conditioning equipment and assist in scheduling weight room training for the various athletic programs. I assists with administration of intern program which includes planning, supervising, and evaluating. I improve athletic performance which usually means improving athletes speed, strength, and power (although specifics vary according to athlete and sport). Conditioning coaches develop systematic training programs for both teams and individual athletes, often working in close association with coaches. This usually includes teaching proper lifting techniques, supervising and motivating athletes as they work out, and assessing their performance before and after the program. The nature of the conditioning program will vary depending on whether the sport is in season or not. During the off-season, conditioning programs can be quite rigorous. In season, conditioning programs tend to focus more on maintaining athletes' conditioning than on improving it. Conditioning programs also vary by sport and even by position within the sport. The second primary goal is to reduce athletic injuries. To that end, conditioning coaches often design regimens to strengthen body parts that are prone to injury in a particular sport. Andrew Moser, strength coach at Iowa State University, agrees, saying, "Student athletes can have a great training plan that improves their speed, agility, strength, explosiveness, etc., but if we can't keep them healthy and out there competing, then all of the training improvements don't help us." Thus to prevent athletes from getting injured during training, conditioning coaches must know the correct exercise and lifting techniques and be able to teach them to athletes. The conditioning coach also monitors athletes' general health, sometimes providing nutritional advice or referring athletes to a registered dietitian if they need more sophisticated nutritional counseling.