Ryan Burke, NASM-CPT
Partner and Director of Business Development
Ryan Burke has been a One on One team member since August 2007. As the Director of Business Development, Ryan creates and implements services for consumers, educators, and fitness professionals.
Ryan started his career as an NASM certified Personal Fitness Trainer. He continues to broaden his scope, and has obtained specialty certifications in advanced corrective exercise, golf fitness, and as a Precision Nutrition Certified Nutrition Coach. In 2013, Ryan earned his bachelor’s degree in Nutrition from the Pennsylvania State University.
Ryan’s professional goal is to simply help people be healthy and happy. He believes that excellent communication, both written and verbal is central to helping people overcome roadblocks and create a healthier, happier direction for their life. His dedication to this mission has positively impacted One on One and the broader community that it serves.
His career has led to recognition and accomplishments. He was awarded the 2016 Emerging Professional award in the Penn State College of Health and Human Development, and most recently, he wrote a featured article in the Idea Fitness Journal titled, the Nutrition/Fitness Hybrid: Bending the Model which highlights how One on One in uniquely using Registered Dietitians in their fitness business.
One on One’s success largely depends on a competent, cohesive team. Ryan enjoys the gratification that comes with seeing a group of caring fitness professionals strive for excellence. He is heavily involved in the professional growth of the One on One team, including One on One’s continuing education initiative and personal fitness trainer instructor program.
Ryan loves to train, especially at One on One! He enjoys pursuing fitness goals and addressing all aspects of his personal fitness. Above all, he values family time and believes in striking a balance between work and play.
Read some of Ryan’s original writing on health and habit change here:
- Move More. Ache Less. (Part 1)
- Move More. Ache Less. (Part 2)
- Healthy and Happy: Start With the End in Mind
- Habit Change: Create a New Paradigm
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