Tag Archives: Health Fitness Specialist

Health Fitness Specialist Graduate Shares Success Story

Written by Joeleen Kielkucki, health fitness specialist student Kurt Hartman, a 2009 graduate of the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) health fitness specialist program, is the owner of Pro Fitness Training in Eden Prairie, Minn. Pro Fitness Training is a growing gym offering group and personal training with emphasis on circuit-style strength training using Russian kettlebells,
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Sexual Assault Awareness Month Puts Us on the Defense

Recently, Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) presented two sexual assault prevention seminars in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Staff, faculty and students from MSB as well as Minnesota School of Cosmetology-Plymouth (MSC) also participated in self-defense training demonstrations. The guest speaker was Jason Strauch, chair of the health fitness specialist (HFS) program, as well
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Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth Holds “Biggest Loser” Event

As the fifteenth season of NBC’s The Biggest Loser comes to an end this week, the Minnesota School of Business – Plymouth campus’ own weight loss event is also winding down. Since the beginning of January, four Wayzata High School faculty members have been working out with MSB Health Fitness Specialist students, who are serving
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Health Fitness Group Starts Teens on Path to Healthy Lifestyle

Sticking to a workout regimen is a losing proposition for a large percentage of the population. That’s why Minnesota School of Business health fitness specialist students in Faith Faatz’s Exercise Prescription for Special Populations class decided to give healthy lifestyle lessons for teenagers at Timber Bay Community Outreaches in Buffalo, Minn. The Plymouth class made
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3 Last-Minute Valentine’s Gifts For Fitness Fans

Valentine’s Day is nearing, and you may be searching for some last-minute gift ideas for the fitness buff in your life. Brandon LaBelle, a Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth health fitness specialist grad  is here with a guest blog post to help.  LaBelle, a 2011 grad, is a U.S. Navy sailor, personal trainer and blogger working
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Video: One Year In One Minute

Our students at Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth have multiple opportunities to get hands-on experience within their chosen career fields every year. We had a mission for this project: Chronicle a year’s worth of applied, hands-on learning in a minute. Unfortunately, we took two more seconds than allotted, but in all fairness, we could have taken
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Health Fitness Specialist Student Has 75 Reasons To Stay Motivated

Health fitness specialist student Theresa Salzwedel is going above and beyond to earn her degree.How long is your weekly commute? Twenty-five, 50, maybe even 100 miles? Ever consider walking or biking it? That’s precisely what health fitness specialist student Theresa Salzwedel does every week to the estimated tune of 75 miles. “I have a passion
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Health Is More Than Recreation For New HFS Chair

New Health Fitness Specialist Program Chair Kirk Lewis brings a wealth of recreation and fitness experience to Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth. Kirk Lewis is a people person. “I’m a social guy. I like to learn about other people,” Lewis said. Lewis will get plenty of people time, as he was recently named the health fitness
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Career Services August Graduate Spotlight

Submitted by Maria Janotta, Associate Director of Career Services The Career Services Department and Minnesota School of Business in St. Cloud is pleased to award Danielle Westberg with the Graduate of the Month award for August 2012. Initially, Danielle Westberg was attending a different college but was unable to get the classes she needed for
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Meet Scott Eide: Health Fitness Specialist Chair

Scott Eide knows how to sit still. He just prefers not to. Ever since he can remember, he’s been a running, jumping, biking kind of guy. “It didn’t matter if it was football, basketball, tag, two-on-two baseball or bikes,” he says. He and his neighborhood friends were always outside and moving. “We only had two
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