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#1 DIRECTORY FOR PERSONAL TRAINERS, GYMS, & NUTRITION EXPERTS

Our Mission & Purpose

To become the intersection where any individual that’s interested in living a healthier lifestyle can be “rightfully paired and connected” with the perfect fitness trainer and, or, nutritionist expert to support their personal goals, fitness goals, and positive lifestyle change. 

– TFD Founders, Sean Davis and Richard Linden MBA. Ph.D.

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Fun Fitness Facts!

Studies suggest that the sedentary lifestyle so common in our culture is more deadly than smoking. They also believe that 6-10% of the world’s non-communicable diseases are caused by physical inactivity. Over the last 20 years, there’s been a significant increase in obesity in the United States. About one-third of U.S. adults (33.8%) are obese and approximately 17% (or 12.5 million) of children and adolescents (aged 2-19 years) are obese.

Physical activity is essential to improve physical and mental health. It can even help you live longer—research from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine indicates that regular exercise can add up to five years to your life. By becoming more active you can increase your body’s fitness levels and also avoid health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, obesity, breast and colon cancer and osteoporosis from developing. 

Physical activity offers great mental and social benefits as well. The positive outcomes include a sense of purpose and value, a better quality of life, improved sleep, and reduced stress, anxiety, depression, as well as stronger relationships and social connectedness. Physical activity also keeps you in shape so you can enjoy leisure activities and safely perform work and home chores. Exercise is also good for your joints and makes your body stronger overall. Regular physical exercise is important for younger generations too, especially with the rise of obesity in children. Heart disease, type 2 diabetes, asthma, and social discrimination are just a few of the possible consequences of a childhood spent in front of the television or the internet.  

Be healthier, increase your chances of living longer, feel better about yourself, Reduce the chance of becoming depressed, sleep better at night, look good, feel good, be in shape, get around better, have stronger muscles and bones, achieve or maintain a healthy weight, be with friends or meet new people & have fun!

Physical activity provides long-term health benefits for everyone. It’s never too late to jumpstart a healthy lifestyle.