Resume & Experience

 

CREDO

It begins with humility. As a physical preparation coach, I won’t ask for social media likes and followers or boast an embellished resume in claiming to have “transformed” a celebrity in photo-altered magazines. I won’t try to impress you with the latest and greatest exercises while screaming in your ear like in fitness TV-shows. I won’t show off or try to take the spotlight from anybody because it’s not about me, but rather for the betterment of the client. I want to make the average guy better than they were before this experience. I want to show your potential…And it begins with humility.

Humility isn’t thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less. Do you know the world’s best coaches happen to be the world’s worst marketers — you’d be hard-pressed to know who they are because they don’t enjoy the spotlight. I understand that an honest, efficient, and unbiased approach to fitness is often hard in an ego-driven industry marred with widespread use of myth and deception at the expense of safety and integrity for cosmetic and capital motives. I understand that simplicity — as much as we strive for — is sometimes difficult to implement in this industry as it goes against many who seek sophistication to justify their profession. Thus, learning to put the ego aside helps knowing my job as a coach and educator isn’t to prove everyone right, but to get it right in order to help you make good, simple decisions for long-term success.

Consider this the ultimate no-bullshit, honest experience in fitness. My mission is for individuals to come out educated in knowing exactly what to do and how to do it for the rest of their lives — independent from a trainer. I refuse to follow the masses and do things just because social media said so. Things are done based on what’s scientifically tried & true, the objective goal of the client, & teachings from pioneering instructors wiser than us. An old aphorism says: “I didn’t invent toilet paper, but I’m wise enough to use it.”

Arin Gragossian, MS CSCS FDN
Founder, Arin Training

 

Resume | Arin Gragossian

 

Estimated 20,000+ hours, 12-years hands on experience in private and semi-private training. Specialization in men’s fitness. Formal academic research with graduate studies in applied kinesiology, internship experience, and gold-standard credentials from industry leaders.

EDUCATION
▪Masters, Kinesiology A.T. Still University, Mesa, AZ
▪Bachelors, Sports Studies Cal State Northridge

EXPERIENCE
▪Arin Training, Founded in 2007-present
▪Internship, Velocity Sports, 2013
▪Strength Coach, Hoover Basketball, 2007
▪Personal Trainer, 24-Hour Fitness, 2006

STRENGTH + FLEXIBILITY
▪CSCS, Strength & Conditioning Specialist
▪HKC, Dragon-Door, Kettlebell Instructor
▪PICP, Level 1 Poliquin Regional Coach
▪KSI, Level 1 King Sports International
▪ACSM, Certified Personal Trainer

RESTORATIVE
▪CES, NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist
▪FMS, Level-2 Functional Movement Screen
▪DNS, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization

NUTRITION
▪FDN, Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist
▪INE, Integrated Nutritional Ecology

WRITING
▪Published in Lifehacker Blog
▪Published in Good Men Project
▪Published in The Huffington Post
▪Published in Glendale New Press

Arin Gragossian

Arin Gragossian

Founder | MS, CSCS, FDN

Strength & Conditioning Coach | Stretch Coach
Specializing In Men’s Fitness Coaching

Contact: 1-888-677-0499
Email: arin@arintraining.com

“The most valuable commodity a coach can give is time. It can’t be refunded, replaced, or bought back. Invest your time like your money wisely.”

Louie Simmons

“Are you moving poorly because you’re in pain? Or are you in pain because you’re moving poorly?”

Gray Cook

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Phone: 1-888-677-0499
Email: arin@arintraining.com

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