SiliconValleyFit -- Bring out the strength within!
We believe that each of us has an untapped reservoir of strength, that given the correct evaluation, conditioning program, and expert guidance, we will grow stronger.
Adin Smith, is a magna cum laude graduate of University of Bridgeport, with a master's degree in human nutrition. Additionally, he has an undergraduate degree in psychology from New England College. Since moving from the New England area, he has helped develop SiliconValleyFit which offers personalized health and fitness/wellness programs, and clinical nutrition.
Adin’s Credentials/Certifications include:
- MS, Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, CT
- BA, Psychology from New England College, NH
- NSCA, CSCS – National Strength and Conditioning Association, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
- FirstLine Therapy Lifestyle Educator
- TPI Golf Fitness Instructor (Titleist Performance Institute)
Dr. Dominique Biner, DC
Dominique Biner graduated Cum Laude from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in April of 1991. Prior to receiving his doctorate in chiropractic, he earned a degree in physical education from the Institute of High Technology of Zurich in 1985. Dr Biner has attended post-graduate certification courses in sports medicine to become a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. He has always been particularly interested in soft tissue conditions and their treatments with an emphasis on RSI and has continually furthered his knowledge in trigger point therapy and myofascial release to better serve his clients. Dominique Biner is a FirstLine Therapy provider. He is ACSM certified and has been training clients in Mountain View and Palo Alto. He is a member of the IYCA and is certified as a Youth Fitness Specialist Level 1. He is a certified PWR instructor from Parkinson Wellness Recovery. He was born and raised in Switzerland and is fluent in French. He presently resides in San Jose with his wife Lynda and his two sons, Kyle and Matthew. He is active in sports and particularly enjoys soccer, skiing, running.
Li Lee, CSCS, Personal Trainer
Li is a graduate of the University of Southern California's Kinesiology program. While earning her degree, she took the opportunity to work as a student athletic trainer, helping athletes prepare for competition (which addressed injury prevention and recovery). Then, as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, she started working as an exercise therapist, working with people who had spinal cord injuries. Looking to continue broadening and deepening her base of knowledge, she began interning as a strength and conditioning coach with USC's basketball and volleyball programs while also working in an outpatient physical therapy clinic that allowed her to help patients who were post-operative or seeking relief from chronic pain.
For the last few years, she has been helping NCAA and pro athletes improve their athletic performance by increasing speed, power, strength, stamina, mobility, and proprioception and reducing their potential for injury. Now, she is looking to use her diverse background to help clients work through personalized programs that will help them exceed their individual goals. Li is active in a variety a sports and enjoys snowboarding, basketball, surfing, soccer and beach volleyball.
Independent Personal Trainers
Independent fitness professionals who are authorized to conduct business at Premier Personal Training, Inc./Siliconvalleyfit. For more information about scheduling and pricing for an independent trainer, please contact them directly.
Jerry Yuhara has been a personal trainer for 7 years and is certified through NASM CPT and PES. He started while pursuing his business degree at Arizona State University. After graduating, he decided to make personal training his career while living in Arizona. After 4 years of personal training for a major gym, Jerry decided to work independently obtaining most of his clientele out of a small town in Arizona. Being a town with many retirees, he worked with many seniors keeping them healthy and injury free. Throughout his personal training career, Jerry has worked with a variety of people including, youths, seniors, post-rehab clients, athletes, and others with specific fitness goals. Recently Jerry relocated to the Bay Area, where he grew up. He is taking classes and looking to enter into a program for a higher degree in the one of the health sciences. He has been shadowing and assisting a chiropractor as well to further his education upon health and the human body. “Fitness is my passion ever since I started playing sports at a young age. I want people to experience all the incredible benefits of exercise and nutrition have to offer. My future goal is to become highly educated in treating people’s injuries and health issues.”
Joyce West, CMT
Joyce, CMT, is a clinical massage therapist specializing in trigger point therapy work for repetitive stress and occupational muscle injury, including neck, upper and lower back strain. Joyce holds a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology from the university of California Berkeley and spent her post doc years at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center researching bacterial pathogenesis and stress response. Joyce left the research lab to pursue a career that would give her direct access to patients and their care.
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