Today we’d like to introduce you to Camron Angus.
Hi Camron, we’re thrilled to have a chance to learn your story today. So, before we get into specifics, maybe you can briefly walk us through how you got to where you are today.
I fell in love wIth playing hockey when I was in kindergarten and played through college. I received a degree in Sports Management from Eastern Kentucky University, where I was the team’s workout coordinator. After graduating, I lived in Memphis for a summer working in my degree field. I quickly realized it wasn’t for me, so I returned to Hendersonville. I needed to spend my days working a job doing something I loved. I became a personal trainer and was more comfortable in a gym than in an office, but something was still missing. I discovered holistic health through my journey of trying to control my auto-immune disorder. I am furthering my health and wellness studies in a 5-year holistic health practitioner program. The whole health mindset, not just working out, was the missing piece. I now take my clients down their path to holistic wellness. Eat, sleep, move, breathe, think, hydrate.
Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not, what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
I am the highest level Chek Practitioner in Tennessee. The night I was accepted to the practitioner program, my father died. Learning how to live holistically and care for my mental/spiritual self has allowed me to grow from the devastation of losing my dad. Personal trainers are everywhere. My approach is so different that getting people to trust the process can be challenging.
As you know, we’re big fans of you and your work. For our readers who might not be as familiar, what can you tell them about what you do?
I am a CHEK practitioner. It’s a 5-year program for holistic health. Other than working with clients in the gym, I work with them on spiritual well-being, self-talk/mentality, primal pattern nutrition, and therapeutic exercise. I am a stick mobility movement coach. Think yoga, but on steroids. It’s a newer modality using rods of different lengths to create full body tension. This has helped people with back, knee, ankle, and neck pain. I am a MAT (muscle activation techniques) Lower Body Specialist. I can identify what muscles aren’t working through a range of motion assessment. The body tightens as protection when opposing muscles get weak/ “turn off.” Palpations will restore range of motion.
Alright, before we go, can you talk to us a bit about how people can work with you, collaborate with you or support you?
Those are the easiest ways to get a hold of me. The best way to support would be to come to an event. I will have a few health talks and interactive activities for people to explore other areas of health. Keep your eyes peeled.
- $150 for 1 Muscle activation Technique session (1.5 hours )
- $125×5 Muscle activation technique sessions
- $100x 10 Muscle Activation Techniques sessions
- Personal Training and Health Coach – 3 month commitment minimum
- Website: Strideslifeandwellness.com
- Instagram: Camangus68
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