This blog is dedicated to anyone looking to improve the quality of their life personally or professionally. You can connect with Laura via her social media accounts or by completing the contact form below.
Laura Kennett has motivated and empowered individuals and professionals across the country as an instructor, speaker, writer, and planner. She has presented on a wide variety of issues in the field, planned large-scale events and made wellness resources available to those who can benefit from them. Over the course of her career, Laura has gained multiple certifications and has been actively involved in many reputable professional organizations. With a broad professional background she is currently serving as an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science.
In her spare time, Laura enjoys spending time with her family and friends, listening to live music, being outdoors, biking, hiking, and playing volleyball – especially if it involves the beach! Her reading interests lie in social justice issues, leadership, and research in the fields of Exercise Science and Public Health. She dreams of a day when she could get more sleep and finally finish her PhD.
Graduate Certificate, Epidemiology (in progress)
B.S. Sports Medicine
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength & Conditioning Assoc.
Certified Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers Association
Certified Group Exercise Instructor, American Council on Exercise
Certified SPINNING Instructor, Mad Dogg Athletics
TRX Sports Medicine Credential
Certified First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer Instructor, American Red Cross
YogaFit Level 1 Training
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