Eastern Michigan University
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Landis Robichaud

Personal Trainer

landis 100 Olds/Robb Building

734.487.1338

lrobicha@emich.edu

Education

  • Sport Performance and Fitness Entrepreneurship
  • Business Minor
  • Pursing a 2nd Bachelors in Elementary Education

Interests and Expertise

Certifications:

ACE Certified Personal Trainer

American Red Cross First AID/CPR

 

Landis Robichaud received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Sport Performance and Fitness Entrepreneurship from Eastern Michigan University in April 2016, specializing in Health Promotion and Human Performance. She is currently working on her second Bachelors in Elementary Education with a concentration in mathematics. Landis completed an internship at Barwis Methods in January 2016. Hired in April 2016, Landis has worked at Barwis Methods as an assistant strength and conditioning coach, personal trainer, and group fitness instructor for the past year and a half.  To expand her knowledge of nutrition and learn to translate that information into actionable lifestyle change for clients, Landis is currently pursuing educational coursework to becoming a Fitness Nutrition Specialist through the American Council on Exercise (ACE).


Growing up she was a multi-sport athlete and was a 3-year basketball and volleyball player for Sand Creek High School in Adrian, Michigan. Landis continues her passion for athletics by participating in competitive adult volleyball leagues and has competed as an NPC Figure Competitor for the past year . She has a passion to help all populations and is specifically interested in developing practical training and nutritional interventions based upon her experience and knowledge in the health and wellness industry. Landis has worked with a diverse population with respect to all aspects of health, fitness, and human performance. Landis suffered a sport injury in college, which fueled her desire to learn more about the biomechanics of the body to aid in injury prevention. I have experience with neurological reengineering, neuromuscular injuries, sports-related injuries, combat injuries, as well as general health issues. She is a firm believer that injuries should not limit someone regarding their physical performance.


Landis’s personal philosophy is:  People who make physical activity a priority do not necessarily have more time than others. Rather, they make sure to schedule time for it because they know it enhances their performance and the quality of their daily lives. A fitness journey is a lifelong pursuit of healthy, functional living that is unique to everyone.

 

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