Fitness trainer explains careers at the Center for Health Improvement

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Fitness trainer explains careers at the Center for Health Improvement

Steph Howie, a group fitness specialist at the Center for Health Improvement, presents to students on Oct. 30.

Steph Howie, a group fitness specialist at the Center for Health Improvement, presents to students on Oct. 30.

Allison Hillebrand

Steph Howie, a group fitness specialist at the Center for Health Improvement, presents to students on Oct. 30.

Allison Hillebrand

Allison Hillebrand

Steph Howie, a group fitness specialist at the Center for Health Improvement, presents to students on Oct. 30.

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Steph Howie, a group fitness specialist at the Center for Health Improvement, spoke to students on Oct. 30.

Howie, a certified medical exercise specialist and spinning instructor for the Center, graduated from Fort Hays State University.

“My desire for fitness probably came from growing up as an athlete,” Howie said. “I loved what fitness did, not just to me, but to other people. I was like ‘Gosh, I really want to go into fitness.’ Then, my first focus was physical therapy.”

Trainers at the Center are required to complete courses to become instructors for classes or physical therapists.

“I wanted to come speak to teach young adults what is out there,” Howie said. “I wanted to let them know, career wise, what it takes if someone is interested in going into the career of fitness.”

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