Keith Hodges' journey into fitness was an unusual one. He got his start by experimenting on himself and transitioned to working with weight loss clients. In this episode of the Social Studies Show he talks the effects of advertising health within diverse communities and bringing that process to action through procedure in unique training methods. A graduate of Indiana University’s School of Kinesiology. Specializing in Functional Strength and Conditioning, Loaded Movement Training, Hypertrophy, Nutrition, Corrective Exercise and Pre/Postnatal Fitness. As his love for fitness increased he began studying human movement which created an avenue for him to work with athletes as well. By combining those aspects, he not only helps individuals achieve their weight loss goals but helps them move better as well. He has worked with athletes on all levels including numerous NBA, NFL, MMA, and Pro Boxing athletes. Hodges has also worked with the Special Olympics, training athletes in advance of their respective competitions.
As an advocate of healthy living, Hodges believes in creating healthier habits to achieve long-term health and wellness. He services individuals through education along with utilizing multiple aspects of fitness in order to reach the desired goal. This varied approach shocks the body, creating muscle confusion,. He believes it’s what helps keep his workouts both fun and challenging.