In her youth, Christine Kwok was not a natural athlete. However, she was (and still is) an overachiever. She worked hard at work and at play, while participating in high school sports. She found herself injured in her senior year of high school, which led her to explore a potential career in physical therapy. This is when she became fascinated with strength training as a mode of helping athletes become injury resistant.
Entering college she was compelled to study exercise physiology and enter apprenticeships with fitness industry leaders and educators. She draws upon that education and her broad professional experience that she is able to elicit successful results from her clients.
She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of California at Davis and an MBA in Health Care Management from University of Phoenix. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and educator of other fitness professionals as a Master Trainer for the International Sports Conditioning Association (ISCA). In addition, Christine’s ongoing studies of the latest developments in health and fitness enable her to provide clients and the fitness training community with the most up-to-date fitness programming and education.