26: Dave Glaser Owner Of Fit Life Champions

Meet Dave Glaser, he’s the owner of Fit Life Champions in Denver, Colorado. At Fit Life Champions they train busy adults that want to improve their mental health, decrease stress, and boost energy.  After a few years in business, he discovered a passion for mentoring personal trainers to build a business, mastering online training and eventually opening their own gym. Dave is certified by the NSCA, NASM, and Precision Nutrition.

We talk fitness, meal prep, overcoming obstacles and his battles with depression and anxiety. I hope you enjoy this great conversation with Dave and get a few tips to improve your life.

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Dave Glaser

The Certified Strength and Conditioning Certification is the gold standard in the industry which allows Dave to train the best athletes anywhere in the world online and in-person at a private studio in Denver, Co.

Systems based business coaching to help personal trainers reach their goals. Education, experience, and leadership training enables Dave to coach personal trainers to scale their businesses to serve more clients.

Fit Life Champions specializes in women 25-40 years old with a history of trauma who want to become stronger physically, mentally, and emotionally. FLC offers safe training programs online, in-person, paired with nutrition programs.

As a sports nutritionist, Dave coaches clients from a “fuel to perform” philisophy to be the best before, during and after competition. Dave coaches clients with an online meal prep workshop that helps you to balance and prepare for your busy schedule.

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