DON'T BE A PRISONER OF YOUR GENETICS
The "Bergeron" Behind Bergeron Training
Ramsey Bergeron is a motivational speaker, Certified Executive Coach, NASM CPT, 8-time Ironman, fitness model, former spokesperson for EAS Sports Nutrition, and international adventure travel specialist. Having been a leader in the health and fitness industry for over 12 years, he has been seen in numerous periodicals such as Men's Health Magazine and over 40 million newspapers across the country. He regularly competes in the Celebrity Nautica Malibu triathlon for several years. He is also an expert contributor to various online fitness articles. He is the owner of Bergeron Personal Training in Scottsdale, AZ.
Ramsey also served on the Board of Directors of Duet, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homebound seniors and family caregivers in Maricopa County from 2017- 2020.
"When I was 12 years old, my father died from diabetes after a lifetime of neglecting his health. As I watched his health deteriorate, I saw firsthand what happens when someone does not make their health and fitness a priority. Having fought my own battles with weight and health, I learned and developed the tools I needed to regain control of my life and do things I once never thought possible. I now know that we are not a prisoner of our genetics, and I vowed to live my life to the fullest and not let the same fate happen to me. I try to instill this positive thinking in all my clients and help them to realize their full potential.
Due to degenerative disk disease and having two surgeries to fix ruptured disks in my back, I also understand the importance of properly rehabilitating injuries and core and stability work. Practicing what I preach has allowed me to continue to be a competitive athlete and complete numerous Ironman races in the US and internationally. As a National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, I have trained people ranging from high school students learning to use fitness equipment for the first time to housewives completing her first Ironman, to CEOs wanting to stay healthy to professional race car drivers looking to stay competitive. " - Ramsey Bergeron