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About


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ABOUT

         

 

             Erik Rokisky began his personal training career at the age of nineteen. Since then he has gained numerous certifications and testimonials. In May 2016, Erik received his bachelor’s degree from the college of Health and Human Performance at East Carolina University. 

From a young age, he was immersed into the field of exercise; from running on the beach with his Dad, to training with his older brothers. In 2014, Erik took this passion and created his website, Rokiskyfitness.com.

His goal is to educate the lay person through weekly blogs and the Rokiskyfitness newsletter, which goes out every Monday night. Nevertheless, Erik does not want to stop here, he is motivated to change the world for the better.

His passion lies in helping others by showing them that they have the ability to be stronger physically and mentally. His methods and training principles are based off a thousand plus hours of research which includes a mixture of gymnastics, kettlebells, nutrition and strength and conditioning. 

 Certifications

  • East Carolina University Health Fitness Specialist, B.S.

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

  • StrongFirst Level 1 Kettlebell Instructor

  • Joel Jamieson BioForce Heart Rate Variability Certified Specialist

  • Functional Movement Screening Level 1 (FMS)

  • Certified Personal Trainer: American Council On Exercise (ACE)

  • Fitness and Nutrition Specialist- American Council on Exercise

     

Scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe to the newsletter and learn Erik's methods to mastering sleep and weight loss. Erik is currently located in Los Angeles, California. 

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Our Goal


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Our Goal

"You have to put yourself in uncomfortable situations that force you to grow. Change is inevitable, everything around us is constantly changing. You have to be able to put yourself out there and experience life. It doesn't matter if you fail, your goal is to experience as many outcomes as possible. The more outcomes you experience, the better you will become at dealing with those outcomes. To me, life is simple, embrace the uncomfortable feeling in your stomach and go head first into the storm. You cannot be afraid of the unknown, you must have the courage to step into the ring with guts over fear."
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