Bio & Philosophy
Dan Mencer is a Lifestyle Fitness Coach, certified by the National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association and a personal trainer, certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He holds additional certifications from NASM in Muscle Force and Activation Under Stable and Unstable Conditions; An Integrated Approach to Human Movement Science; Integrated Program Design, Optimum Performance Training for Weight Management, Integrated Strength Training, and Corrective Exercise for Knee Impairments. Additionally, Dan is certified in Fitness and Nutrition from Thompson Education. Passionate about fitness, Dan believes that everyone can realize the benefits of a coaching and training program. It’s a fact - the majority of people working with a personal trainer are not looking to become professional body builders. Rather, they are looking to become confident in their body image and enhance their overall health. As a personal trainer, Dan strives to be the cornerstone in one’s path toward physical, nutritional, emotional and even spiritual growth.
B.S. Business Management
Certified Personal Trainer, NASM; Lifestyle Fitness Coach, NESTA; Fitness and Nutrition Certified, Thomson University
Weight Loss, Core Strength, Lean and Tone, Agility, Endurance, Circuit Training, Strength and Group Training
Dan is committed to his clients and integrates exercise, diet and lifestyle to help them achieve their fitness and wellness goals. His specialties include working with individuals with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s and Autism, as well as working with children ages 8 and up and young adults. You can create the real you and enjoy the journey!
Dan’s clients include San Diego Police Department officers, SDPD detectives, DEA agents, District Attorney staff, individuals with Parkinson’s and Autism, teachers, nurses, high school football players and a host of other clients all working to reach their individual goals.
Life Style Fitness Coaching
One-on-one and group personal training
Special needs training