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Position: Certified Personal Trainer/FIT Coach

The candidate for this position is required to be certified as a Personal Trainer with accreditation from NASM, ACE, ACSM or WITS. Background with an education in exercise science, kinesiology, physical or occupational therapy is a plus. FIT Coaches at Rhonda Huff FIT are required to have the capability to work one-on-one with clients of all ages that have varying needs, goals and physical conditions.  The ability to perform detailed assessments, develop client specific programs, monitor progress and adjust programs based on changes in client’s condition while working independently with minimal supervision is expected. The right candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills to listen, communicate, lead, and encourage clients to be successful in meeting their goals. Possessing initiative, the desire to continue learning, responsibility, integrity and a commitment to a holistic approach to client and personal wellness are essential.

Submit resume, your philosophy of wellness, why you feel you are the right fit for the job, and 3 references to info@rhondahuff.com.

SUBSTITUTE Certified Personal Trainer/FIT Coach

The candidate for this position is required to be certified as a Personal Trainer with accreditation from NASM, ACE, ACSM or WITS. Background with education in exercise science, kinesiology, physical or occupational therapy is a plus. 

This position is a substitute position and is considered part-time. Hours are dynamic and may vary significantly to include early mornings, late nights, and weekends. May be needed with minimal notice. 

A broad base of knowledge in Functional Training is essential to be able to follow a workout program created by the FIT Coach and work one-on-one with clients of all ages that have varying needs, goals and physical conditions.

The right candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills to listen, communicate, lead, and encourage clients to be successful in meeting their goals. Possessing initiative, the desire to continue learning, responsibility, integrity and a commitment to a holistic approach to client and personal wellness are essential.

Submit resume, your philosophy of wellness, why you feel you are the right fit for the job, and 3 references to info@rhondahuff.com.

Rhonda Huff FIT is a preventive-care business in Hampton Roads, VA that uniquely provides individualized wellness services in the areas of emotional, nutritional, physical, and cognitive health. Our training methods are functional and integrative in nature. We train movement not just muscle and we continually educate clients on how to be holistically healthy. Our vision is to help our clients heal from the past, be healthy in the present, and have hope for the future.

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Most Popular Questions

These are some questions we hear often, along with our best answers.

At Rhonda Huff FIT we believe that different body types have different exercise needs. We utilize several methods to create a program that works best for you as an individual. We use Ayurvedic principles, movement, posture, and gait assessments, your preferences, and your own history to recommend the types of workouts you should be doing, how hard the sessions should be, and how often you should workout.

YES! All of my FIT Coaches go through intensive training with me that continues throughout their career at Rhonda Huff FIT. I consult with them on their clients’ progress and their programs on a regular basis and we have monthly trainer meetings.  I love teaching them everything I know. I promise you are in good hands!

I am so passionate about helping people with their health that I wish I could offer my services for free! Unfortunately, to offer the caliber of services that we offer, it costs a lot for training and equipment. My FIT Coaches and I are constantly expanding our knowledge base and are committed to staying current, relevant, and on top of new research in our fields of expertise. Our clients find that what we offer is consistent with the investment they are making in themselves and us. Our results and retention rates demonstrate that.

Yes! We have many clients who do this! You would come in for a FIT Discovery Session and together we would decide how much instruction you initially need to have a solid foundation for safe training. Then we create a workout program for you to do on your own at home or at your gym. Every 6 weeks, you come in for a check-in and a new program! It’s a great service that people absolutely love!

I feel your pain! The information out there is insane! When I first meet with nutrition clients, I give the following advice. If you want to know the whys behind these recommendations and get more specifics, schedule a session. I would love to share more!

  1. Add some green! Eat a green vegetable at every meal and snack BEFORE you put anything else into your mouth. (Check with your doctor if you are on a blood thinner)
  2. Drink ½ your body weight in ounces of pure fresh water. Other beverages don’t count.
  3. Switch to organic food, grass-fed beef, free range poultry, and wild caught fish.
  4. Eat real food – if you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it.

Only as an educational tool. It is important to have a general idea of how many calories (and more importantly what type of calories) you are consuming on a regular basis. There are many user-friendly apps out there to use for this. Find one you like and use the app to educate yourself. I don’t know many people who want to count calories all the time. And neither do I!

Oh I LOVE this question! Working with people on cravings is one of my favorite things to do! Your cravings are telling you something…

Sugar – “I need energy!” – forgo the sugar and eat NUTRIENTS. Dark green leafy vegetables will absolutely cure sugar cravings. Ask my clients!

Salt – “I need minerals!” Eat sea vegetables, wild caught fish, fermented foods, avocadoes, bone broth, olives, grass-fed butter, grass-fed meats, or pasture-raised eggs.

Crunch – “I am so frustrated (or angry) right now!” – eat crunchy produce such as carrots, peppers, or apples.

Creamy/Comfort foods – “I feel so unappreciated!” – ask someone for a hug, eat something warm like soup, eat something creamy that is healthy like homemade guacamole or a sweet potato with grass-fed butter, raw honey, and cinnamon.

It depends…there are many different types of intermittent fasting (IF). If nothing else, I recommend a 12-hour fast between dinner and breakfast, every single day. Here is an excerpt on the subject from my book, Healthy Living from A to Z, the guide to finding who you really are and feeding who you were created to be.

Intermittent Fasting

That’s a difficult question because at Rhonda Huff FIT we individualize our recommendations based on symptoms you are having and blood tests provided by your doctor. Here is a greatly generalized answer of what I have observed was needed by a majority of people with whom I have worked: Vitamin D3, Magnesium (Glycinate if your bowels movements are regular or Citrate if they tend to be lazy, never Oxide), Omega 3, and sometimes a B12 or a B Complex. If you have gut issues you may also need digestive enzymes and a probiotic. That is as detailed as I can get without having met with you. One thing I notice personally is that if my body starts aching, especially my joints, I can up my D3 for a few days and the aching completely stops. Hope this helps!

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