Thursday, August 18, 2016
Based in Aurora, Colorado, Alexander Garbiso owns and manages Mile High Nutrition and Fitness, and is also a personal trainer who works with clients on an independent basis. Outside his work life, Alexander Garbiso is a hockey fan and follows the Colorado Avalanche.
Tyson Barrie and the Colorado Avalanche have agreed to terms on a four-year, $22 million contract. Under the the new deal, Barrie’s salary will progressively increase over the life of the contract, with the defenseman earning $5 million, $5.25 million, $5.75 million and $6 million over the next four years. Barrie will count $5.5 million against the the Avalanche’s annual salary cap.
The team went through salary arbitration proceedings with Barrie in the offseason - the only contract negotiation to actually reach the arbitration phase - but the two sides were able to reach a deal shortly before arbitrator Elizabeth Neumeier announced her ruling.
Barrie expressed relief that a deal was able to be completed and also expressed appreciation that the Avalanche had shown enough faith in him to offer him a four-year deal.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Physical trainer Alexander Garbiso helps improve the health of his clients as the owner of Denver-based Mile High Nutrition and Fitness training service. An accomplished professional, Alexander Garbiso is the only trainer in the state of Colorado to hold an Onnit Certification.
Offered through the Onnit Academy, the Onnit Certifications program gives trainers the opportunity to advance their knowledge of body mechanics, movement theory, full-body engagement, and other principles so that they can better serve the needs of their clients. Trainers can apply the principles they take away from the program to any fitness system to help individuals improve their strength, stability, range of motion, and overall health.
In addition to overseeing its Foundations Certification, which focuses on the basics of the Onnit Academy System, the Onnit Academy offers Specialist Certifications. The Specialist Certifications expand on the Academy’s basic principles and give trainers the opportunity to specialize in specific fitness and conditioning tools. Currently, trainers can earn Specialist Certification in battle ropes, kettlebells, steel mace, and steel clubs.