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Conrad Louis


In all honesty I just kinda “fell into fitness.” While I had been a lifelong athlete, it was never what I expected to be doing as an adult person. Then in 2011, I moved to NYC with a painfully laughable amount in my savings account. Luckily, I happened upon a job at Equinox very quickly. At the time I was living in a 6th story walk-up where I slept on a blow-up mattress in the room’s far corner. I had 6 other roommates with whom I shared a single room, while the landlady and her infant child slept in the other room next door. I would wake up at 4am everyday to take the opening floor shift at 5am and close it down everyday at 11pm with the closing floor shift. I would make it home by 12am for a quick 4 hours of sleep to repeat again the next day for almost a year. It was a gritty routine but one I did because I was so drawn to this line of work. More specifically a line of work that gave me a platform to be a fitness educator and someone who could facilitate positive body change for those with whom I worked. But, in this framework you are limited by the hours in the day; so I sought for something more scalable in its reach and wrote this eBook. Here’s a product that easily summarizes accessible workouts I’ve found effective in my fitness tenure. I hope you’re able to cultivate as much from this as I have been able.

Conrad Louis Bio 

As I mentioned above, I grew up a lifelong athlete in the suburbs of Austin, TX. For college, I attended Notre Dame de Namur University on a lacrosse scholarship and Columbia University .
During my collegiate career, I was humbly honored as the University’s valedictory speaker, named Male Scholar Athlete of the Year, and voted to the NCAA Academic All-American Lacrosse team. These successes provided me the framework to effectively launch a successful career in the highly competitive fitness world of New York City. Certified by the National Council on Strength & Fitness; I’ve served NYC’s most elite clientele for almost a decade. Whether your goals are to trim up for the upcoming new year or work on a particular area of interest, I’m here to help you achieve that goal!”