Rev. Dr. E. Faith Bell

Faith Bell

About Rev. Dr. E. Faith Bell

Rev. Dr. E. Faith Bell has over 30 years of fitness experience. She has taught for profit (‘Fit with Faith LLC’ and was a former contractor to military bases in Europe) and non-profit organizations (local, nationally and internationally). Her aim is to give you the best quality instruction to enable you to be your best you! She was rated in the top 5 competitors of the IDEA 2020 Fitness Instructor of the Year! Her certifications include: National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) -Personal Trainer, Fitness Nutritionist Specialist, Senior Fitness Specialist, Practical Applications for Corrective Exercise. Athletics & Fitness Association of America (AFAA); Group Fitness Instructor, Functional Aging Group Exercise Specialist, Sunrise Yoga, and BOSU (Both Sides Up Ball) – Skills and Drills for Small-Group. Zumba; Zumba Fitness (Level 1). Start Fitness; Sgt. Ken's Boot Camp 1 Instructor. I spent my career in developing a well-rounded program to reach every level of fitness goals.

The Soul of Fitness - That space to thrive beyond the exercise! When the soft science is really the hard target.

Personal training and group fitness sessions start beyond the application of our standard physical adaptations. Finding the ‘core’ of health is to establish the why of our client’s being. One of our primary responsibilities as trainers is to take on the challenge of personal engagement with each unique individual and create a synergistic environment conducive for the whole. It is knowing the person that helps us create a community of acceptance, which enables us to craft our fitness solutions. This workshop considers the fundamental methodology of the servant leadership components to transform us into servant fitness trainers.


1. Discuss ways to identify the needs of a client's entry into and continuation of their fitness programs

2. Explore models of fitness engagement beyond the physical training programs

3. Leverage within the scopes of practice those needs and models to create a safe and inclusive space for practice


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