Oscar is the owner and operator of Control Your Health, LLC. Growing up he was more into comic books than working out, but one day he fell in love with fitness. When he moved from New York, Oscar became a Personal Trainer in Orlando and also started learning martial arts. Oscar began studying at the Wah Lum Kung Fu Temple over 15 years ago. This allowed him to implement a higher level of balance, flexibility, conditioning, and physical endurance to his own fitness training and lifestyle. Oscar continually looks to enhance his knowledge of movement, strength, and conditioning in order to give the best Personal Training in Orlando.
CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) through the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association). What this means is that Oscar's ego made him get the only fitness certification that requires a 4 year college degree. Most people don't care, but it sure makes Oscar feel good about himself.
FMSC (Functional Movement Screen Certified). This is how we assess your movement baseline. It also involves a cool FMS kit that makes us look like we know what we are doing! Don't worry, we do.
SFG 1 (StrongFirst Giyra Level 1) Kettlebell Instructor. If you have a "weakness" fever, the only prescription is more Kettlebells! Actually, this is an excellent system of strength that we use with our students.
FRCms (Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist) A comprehensive joint training system. The best part? Cool acronyms that make us sound smart!
CFSC (Certified Functional Strength Coach). The best system of safe movement progressions developed by world class strength coach, Michael Boyle and his team.
PN1 (Precision Nutrition Level 1). Taking control of your health is not just about movement and exercise. When it comes to nutrition, we got you covered...like hot fudge over a brownie, with vanilla ice-cream on the side.
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Savannah started dancing at the age of 6, and has a strong passionate for health and fitness. In 2017, she graduated from The University of Central Florida (UCF) with a major in Sports and Exercise Science and a minor in Dance. Savannah grew up in Singapore and Hong Kong, and eventually moved to Florida where she attended high school and college. Her collegiate course work focused on anatomy, exercise physiology, and strength and conditioning. She also instructed yoga and fitness classes to the staff at UCF while pursuing her degree. After graduating, she interned at Control Your Health, LLC. for 8 weeks and was then chosen to join the team as a fitness trainer. Savannah is a Personal Trainer in Orlando who loves helping others feel better through exercise so that they are healthier, stronger, and will lead a happier lifestyle.
- CPR/AED: American Red Cross
- Group Exercise Instructor: Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA)
Mimi has been training in martial arts since she was 3 years old. A University of Central Florida Graduate, Mimi has been teaching kung fu full time at the Wah Lum Temple for over 25 years. She was trained by her husband, Oscar, in kettlebells and body weight exercises since 2009, and has completed the Strong First Kettlebell Course. She also trained under the Michael Boyle Strength and Conditioning program. Mimi is also a Personal Trainer in Orlando and believes everyone should take control of their health and wellness to live a quality life.
Nick began kung fu training at the Wah Lum Kung Fu Temple over 6 years ago, and has been training with kettlebells for over 5 years, completing the Strong First Kettlebell User Course. Nick earned a degree in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Central Florida, and is a CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) through the NSCA. He continually seeks to increase his knowledge of strength, flexibility, balance, and conditioning and is currently studying Physical Therapy at the University of Central Florida. Nick is a personal trainer in Orlando at Control Your Health, and is always looking for opportunities to help people achieve their fitness and health goals.