Is it Possible to Predict Heart Disease from Fitness Testing?

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For years we have always believed that family history and genetics was a major predictor when it came to heart disease. Well the Cooper Clinic and UT Southwestern Medical took a different approach and looked at whether or not your fitness level played a role in predicting if you were at risk of heart disease. Click on the link to watch the short video from NBC DFW.

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I am a husband, father of 2 girls (I was told that I was meant to be King)! I have been in the fitness industry since graduating from the University of Florida back in 97. I had the privilege to do an internship with the world renowned Dr. Cooper and the Cooper Aerobics Center. My initial start after graduating was as a personal trainer at a small private personal training studio in Orlando. After eight months, I moved to Dallas and worked as a personal trainer and manager for the Premier Athletic Club in Dallas. Since that time I have continued to work as a fitness professional in a variety of roles. Most recent is the development of America's # 1Lifestyle program for Working Moms called "Working Mom Workouts." I enjoy working with my clients and helping people reach their fitness goals.

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