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Roy Stevenson has a master’s degree in exercise physiology and coaching from Ohio University. He founded the Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer program at Lake Washington Technical College. He taught exercise science and related subjects to the 2,000 personal trainers who graduated from this program, in his 17 years as instructor there. His students who attempted the ACSM Health/Fitness Instructor certification exam had close to a 100% pass rate.
Roy has been president, conference director, and member-at-large of the Northwest Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine and served on the American Council on Exercise personal trainer certification examination committee.
He’s presented nationally at the American College of Sports Medicine Fitness Summit & Exposition and at numerous state fitness conferences and received an award from the National Strength and Conditioning Association for supporting that organization’s personal trainer certification exam.
Roy has taught exercise science at Highline Community College and the University of Puget Sound, and has written for over 60 magazines, newspapers and ezines in the U.S., U.K., and Australia, on fitness, health, running and sports training.
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