What does Clark Bartram, myself, Oscar De LaHoya, Shaq, and a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader have in common? And more importantly how can it affect your success as a recognized fitness expert? Let’s face it there’s a big $$$$ difference between being a fitness expert and being a “recognized” fitness expert. Of course, there are several ways of becoming a recognized celebrity. One fitness expert took the fast track and now wants to help you do the same thing. Before I tell you about how you can learn from someone who has taken the secrets to becomming a fitness celebrity and model all the way…let’s answer that question.
So, what does Clark Bartram, myself, Oscar De LaHoya, Shaq, and a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader have in common? We’ve all been published on the cover of muscle magazines.
Now I’m not saying that you have to be on the cover of Muscular Development to become a recognized fitness industry expert but it didn’t hurt Clark Bartram or me any. Of course I have no clue what that Cowboys Cheerleaders name is so it didn‚Ä≤t necessarily help her anybut here’s the point.
If you have ever wanted to become a recognized expert of celebrity quickly there is no faster way then to be seen either on TV, magazines, the internet or preferably all three. One of the countries most recognized fitness celebrities, Clark Bartram is going to share his secrets for accessing all three.
On April 22, 2008, I’ll be personally interviewing Clark about how he made it happen and if you have a question you would like me to ask just go to Access To Fitness Experts and ask away and I will register you for the event Free! You don’t want to miss it. Read more about Clark….
CLARK BARTRAM has earned his reputation as “AMERICA’S MOST TRUSTED FITNESS PERSONALITY.” As a professional fitness model, Clark has appeared on hundreds of covers including Muscle & Fitness and Natural Bodybuilding.
As a personal trainer, Clark has helped hundreds of men and women transform their bodies and their lives. Clark has inspired millions of television viewers as the co-host of Kiana’s Flex Appeal on ESPN, and currently shares his wealth of knowledge on exercise and nutrition as the host of American Health & Fitness broadcasted internationally.
Clark regularly contributes articles to national fitness magazines like Ironman and Muscle Media, and is also the author of the how-to guide You Too Can Be A Fitness Model and his new book, Spiritually Fit.
As a Christian, Clark is actively involved with the Prison Fellowship – Operation Starting Line as a national artist doing in-prison evangelism. He has worked with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association as an emcee for the Franklin Graham Crusades, and, through the Men’s Ministry at his own church, gives motivational speeches at school and community events. In addition to his full-time fitness career and his ministry, Clark is a devoted husband and father.
I’ll be interviewing Clark on April 22, 2008 and you have a question you would like me to ask just go to Access To Fitness Experts and I will register you for the event Free!