Fitness trainer Kelvin Moore shares his personal experience with his ongoing battle against Lou Gehrig’s disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. Part one of two.
“Kelvin Moore exemplifies transformation. With over 29 years of experience in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, Kelvin has quickly become an icon in the health and fitness arena. Kelvin speaks passionately about the success he has had and his vision of continuing to reach higher heights in transforming people, “I have come to the place that more than the conditioning of people through the process of cardio, exercise and nutrition is important, it’s about reconditioning the mind! This is why so many people resort to or rely on the “quick fixes” such as Lap band surgery, Gastric bypass, weight watchers, Jenny Craig, Nutra Systems and other disciplines that at the end of the day usually just disappoint the person. I started out as a trainer in 1981 at a fitness club called Holiday Health which is now Bally’s. I have trained at several gym institutions such as the Sports Club at the Hartford Steam Boilers, Gold’s Gym and a few others.”