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Dustin Berry
Personal Trainer

Phone: 802-793-7003
Email: dustinb2@edgevt.com
Certification: NASM Certified Personal Trainer, NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), NESTA Certified Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Conditioning Coach (MMACC), Certified TRX Instructor, B.S. Health and Exercise Science, Shaolin Kempo Karate 3rd Deegree Black Belt, Group Fitness, Kettle Bell BC Instructor, USAW Level 1 Sports Performance Coach

Experience: 3 Years
Availability: Weekdays and Weekends

Philosophy

Trust the most effective tools, lifts and metabolic training to burn fat, build muscle and feel great about yourself. Want to look, feel and perform your best? I can get you there. The system works if you work the system!

Other Fitness Experience

  • 15 years practicing and competing in marital arts
  • NCAA Division 3 Cross Country

Specializations

  • Martial Arts Training
  • Performance Enhancement
  • Corrective Exercise
  • TRX Training
  • MMA and Combat Sports Conditioning
  • Olympic Weightlifting
  • General Training

Hobbies

  • Martial Arts
  • Combat Sports
  • Weight Training
  • Yoga
  • Running
  • Playing volleyball, basketball and football
  • Playing guitar
  • Going to the movies and spending time with friends & family

Client Testimonial

“Over the past 6 months I have been training with Dustin Berry for the elite sport of bobsledding. I went to Dustin looking for someone to help me train for the USA Bobsledding Training Combine. I was training to achieve a spot on the USA National Bobsled Team. I had to train for 9 events,15,30,45 60 meter sprint then a 30m fly( your best 60m sprint time sbutract your best 30m sprint time), long jump, under hand shot-put toss, power clean and squat. Dustin spent a lot of time with me trying to improve my power clean form to insure that I could meet the expectations of the coaches. After about three weeks of training with Dustin I went to my first combine. You needed over 600 points to make the team. In the first combine I received a score of 514 which was impressive for a 16 year old competing in events and scored the same as people 10 years older then me. After the combine went back to Dustin to train for the next combine. After another month of training I was off to my last combine test. After only a month of training I was already improving in my first event my sprint times were .8 sec faster. I jumped .4 meters further in the long jump, I threw the shot-put 4 meters further which made my score that much higher. I went to the weight room and power cleaned 92.5 kg which was an improvement of 22.5kg from the first combine. My squat did improve as well I squatted 140kg which was an improvement of 40kg from the first combine. How ever my score was not high enough to make the USA National team I received a 594 one of the highest scores they have ever seen out of a teenager. I am now training on the USA developmental team where I will continue to make improvements on the track. I am also starting the skeleton which is head first down the ice track. I would have received a 635 on my combine score if I had made the decision to do skeleton instead of bobsledding. I am continuing to work with Dustin training my upper body to be proportional to my lower body.”
-Geoff Gadbois, USA Bobsledding