Taylor Carpenter, A NASM certified personal trainer in Charlotte NC has contributed to a number of publications in the health & fitness field. Taylor has been referred to as an expert in the exercise field by his certifying organization, the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Some of the topics that have been discussed in these publications include exercise, nutrition, being a small business owner, questions a potential client should ask their trainer during a consult, how many times a week to workout, etc…
If you would like to interview Taylor Carpenter or request writing for your website or magazine please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/txt him directly at (704) 618-5853.
Seven Interviews : How To Start A Personal Training Business
Taylor Carpenter is featured in the Seven Interviews book series “How To Start a Personal Training Business”. Geared towards small business entrepreneurs striving to succeed in the fitness industry. Seven successful small business owners share their secrets to career success.
Get Fit, Feel Great – Starting Today!…
Taylor Carpenter (and Taylor Carpenter Personal Training LLC) is a featured author in “Get Fit, Feel Great – Starting Today! Top Personal Trainers From Around The Country Share Their Best Fitness Secrets”. In this book, Taylor Carpenter was asked about 20 questions related to personal training, pricing, fitness myth’s, the business side of personal training, etc…This book is available on Amazon.com
The Training Edge
This was the first EVER edition of the National Academy of Sport Medicine quarterly magazine “The Training Edge“, released in the Winter of 2013. Taylor Carpenter is corrective exercise specialist in Charlotte NC (28277), and was asked to contribute his explanation of the CES credential.
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The Charlotte Observer “8 Tips For Hiring A Personal Trainer”
Taylor Carpenter was featured in an article about hiring a personal trainer for the Charlotte Observer. I was asked a number of questions that contributed to the article and was quoted directly in the first paragraph. The full read is still available online on the authors personal website. GetGoingNC.com