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Dr. Miele played Division I basketball at Arizona State; was Tight End for the Arizona Caliente, of the WomenÔÇÖs Professional Football League; and was also a New York Golden Gloves semi-finalist in 2004. She began coaching athletes in 1986 and has been involved as a personal exercise and fitness trainer since 1994. Dr. Miele has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe as an athlete and coach and has been involved in consulting, coaching and teaching a wide range of sports including but not limited to; Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Football, Archery, Bowling, Figure Skating, Hockey, Boxing, Wrestling, Field Sports, Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Gymnastics and Tennis. Dr. Miele holds a Doctorate in Sport Psychology, a MasterÔÇÖs in Education: Alternative Education/Minor: Education Administration and an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Physical Education. She was a middle school and high school Physical Education teacher from 1997 to 2006, and then return

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Standards of Care and Utility for New Personal Training Directors

November 16, 2015

New managers aren’t always accustomed to looking at the big picture. They may know a lot about the fitness industry, and even a lot about business, but there are core issues relevant to running a personal training department or studio that must be solidly understood. Even veteran directors can benefit from taking a step back and reviewing the basics. This article discusses the main areas of safe practice that managers must address in order to create a sound environment for their facility’s members, clients and staff—and to protect their business.

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