Bruce Aaron Smith
210 Lagonda Rd. Washington PA 15301
Cell: 724-825-8947 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
West Liberty University, West Liberty, WV — Master’s of Education- Sports Leadership &
West Liberty University, West Liberty, WV — Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology,
* ASEP Coaching Certiﬁcation
* ASEP Sport First Aid & Safety Certiﬁcation
* American Red Cross First Aid, Adult/CPR/AED Certiﬁcation
* Past: IFA Personal Training Certiﬁcation
Areas of Professional Interest
Strength and Conditioning, Fitness Specialist, Exercise Physiologist, Fitness Manager, Fitness
Director, Wellness, Exercise Specialist, Health Coaching, Athletic Administration, Sports
Management, Sports Marketing, Education, Health Education, Online Coaching
Membership Consultant, Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center; Washington, PA-
December 2015- Present
Responsibilities include giving facility tours, assisting prospective members, signing up new
members, updating billing information and membership status, issuing account freezes for
medical and travel purposes, and promotional sales.
Fitness Specialist/Personal Trainer/Group Exercise Instructor, Wilfred R. Cameron
Wellness Center; Washington, PA- April 2015- October 2015
Primary responsibilities include ﬁtness consultations with members, physical evaluation, body
composition, ﬁtness testing, goal setting, and girth measurements, and VO2 Max testing.
Personal training includes creating individualized ﬁtness programs based on client’s needs,
overseeing proper technique and motivation throughout all planned sessions. Group ﬁtness
instructor specializing in Total Body Sculpt, Tabata, Glute Camp, Core and More, and Circuit
training classes. Fitness Specialist responsibilities include ﬁtness equipment maintenance,
organization, educating and informing members of current programs and personal training
packages, making 30, 60, and 90 day retention calls to members, scheduling consultations, and
leading ﬁtness orientations. Personal Training responsibilities include private and semi private
sessions, personalized training sessions based on individual’s speciﬁc needs and abilities.
Graduate Assistant, West Liberty University; West Liberty WV- August 2013-May 2015
Primary Responsibilities include teaching college level exercise physiology laboratory classes,
creating and grading exams, and explaining, demonstrating, overseeing, assisting, and educating
students of WLU in basic exercise physiology lab material. Other requirements include course
development, implementation of class presentation aids, public speaking & presentation, resting
and sub-maximal exercise blood pressure, body composition-BMI and skin-fold testing, upper
and lower body strength testing and evaluation, girths, ratios, & ﬂexibility testing and
interpretation, vertical and horizontal power testing. Secondary responsibilities include
administrative duties such as recruiting, student record management creation and organization.
Speed & Agility Coach, NST Sports Performance; Canton, OH- May 2013- August 2013
Experience training approximately 250 high school athletes. Responsibilities include motivation,
demonstration, and improvement of high school athletes in various skills including, linear/lateral
power and mobility, improving agility, vertical power, muscular strength, body composition,
sprint mechanics, footwork, and physical ﬁtness levels. Improvements are measured through pre
and post training video footage and laser timing. Also conducting vertical jump testing,
motivation and team leadership techniques.
Trainer/Receptionist, Veltri Fitness; Washington, PA- January 2010- January 2012
Responsibilities include basic upkeep of ﬁtness equipment, associated areas and facilities,
personal training, managing membership payments and recruiting new members, overseeing the
ﬁtness center for safety purposes.
Quality Initiatives Board, Education Interview Committee, Curriculum Development Meetings.
Research proposal presentation-April 2015, exercise prescription, nutritional development,
physical assessment, nutrition breakdown, education, interpretation, and evaluation.
Dr. Keely Camden- Dean of WLU College Of Education 304-975-2599
Dr. JoJo Ullum- Department Chair of WLU College Of Education 304-639-3801
Rick West- Program Director of WLU Masters Of Education 304-747-0553
Dr. Ryan Koenig Program Director of WLU Exercise Physiology 724-255-8778