Richard Butler reveals the relationship between a culture that minimizes physical activity and the associated health consequences, as well as the new outlook that is taking shape by engaging in regular exercise to minimize the long-term and disabling costs of inactivity. Specifically, the power that aerobic fitness has in stemming the risk of high body fat, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular disease.
Richard thrives at helping people find their calling, whether at the gym, on the courts, or in the great outdoors.
Degrees & Certifications
- Master’s Degree, Exercise Physiology, Indiana University
- Bachelor’s Degree, Physical Education, State University of New York, Cortland
- Certified Tennis Professional in 2007, United States Professional Tennis Association
- Practicum in Exercise Testing and Interpretation, 2008, Karlman Wasserman, MD, PhD at UCLA Medical Center