is a martial art expert, fitness coach, and wellness speaker. He has worked with movie stars such as Peta Wilson and fashion designer Donna Karan as well as Ultimate Fighting Championship mixed martial arts fighters such as Alberto Crane, Jorge Rivera, Andrei Arlovski, and Elvis Sinosic.
Scott Sonnon was voted one of “The 6 Most Influential Martial Artists of the 21st Century” by Black Belt Magazine in 2010. As a dyslexic, institutionalized as a child, Scott Sonnon became a TED Fellow speaking on the nature of multiple learning styles being misdiagnosed as learning disabilities.
Scott Sonnon was named one of “Top 25 Fitness Trainers in the World” by “Men’s Fitness Magazine” in 2011. He is a global staff trainer for the 2014 Nike Academy. His fitness system, Circular Strength Training, has been adopted by members of the United States military and law enforcement community. He is also a published author, a public speaker, and an advocate in the fight against childhood obesity.
is a CST Head Coach and the world’s first female TACFIT Team Leader at RMAX International. She believes regular, restorative movement practice is the key to unlocking our inherent and abundant flow. Angela teaches educational workshops, classes, and corporate wellness programs. She also specializes in customized programs for fitness professionals seeking certification and clients on-the-go. The Clubbell is her tool of choice because of its historic roots and unique ability to help recover efficient movement patterns.
Angela is a leader in safe and effective Clubbell mechanics. Introducing Clubbells as a useful tool in developing optimal strength through an emphasis on health and balance is a major focus and passion for her.
Angela first discovered the Clubbell and Scott Sonnon’s methods of movement and fitness coaching after receiving her Business degree. She was drawn to the Clubbell, not only for it’s obvious potential on the physical spectrum, but also for it’s ability to liberate the mind and remove subconscious fear-reactivity. The Clubbell served as a doorway for unleashing the inner confidence she knows we all possess within, and deserve to express. Her sister Emily witnessed the transformation, and soon became an avid student of the Clubbell and RMAX. The rest is now history. Today, Angela works alongside Emily, Scott Sonnon, and many other fitness professionals from around the globe to help return movement freedom and awareness to those who seek it.
is a Head Coach with Rmax International. Her principal focus is to cultivate the safe and proficient emergence of the Clubbell by offering the highest quality education and ongoing support for the growing team of Clubbell professionals. Emily earned her undergraduate and Teaching Credential in education and is an experienced educator and movement coach. She specializes in individual and group Clubbell instruction with an emphasis on optimal technique for injury-free training and conditioning. Emily also has experience teaching mindful-movement seminars as well as corporate wellness clinics aimed at helping people undo the accrued trauma from daily life in our modern society.
She’s had the esteemed privilege of studying directly under Scott Sonnon, inventor of the modern-day Clubbell, and founder of TACFIT and the Circular Strength Training System. Emily understands that the mind, body and spirit are inextricably intertwined and believes that movement is one of the most powerful personal outlets one can develop. She affirms that it is our divine right to operate our body and with grace and poise, and has made it her mission to facilitate this in others.
As a native Californian, Emily has always enjoyed the active, outdoor lifestyle the coastline provides. She returned home to California after many years abroad in South America and Europe, and looks forward to helping bring Clubbells to the forefront of health-first fitness in her home state and across the nation.
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