Roberto Parker has made fitness his business. He's been a strength, speed and agility coach for the Kansas City Chiefs and spent 15 years as a strength coach at Oklahoma State, Fresno State and The University of Nebraska, Omaha. Today, he runs his own personal training business and is a TITLE Boxing Club kickboxing trainer.
Applying the techniques he used as a strength coach with kickboxing skills he took the initiate to learn, Roberto has designed a workout program for any fitness skill or level.
"I wanted to learn kickboxing so I could incorporate that into my personal training workouts," explains Roberto. "I took classes for two years studying Gung Fu, a Bruce Lee style. I learned a lot from that and use it for my personal training and POWER HOUR kickboxing classes."
Roberto will provide practical direction to teach the proper stances, strikes and kicks. He teaches members these basic skills, including boxing punch combinations combined with basic kicks for a total body workout.
"I'm the 'get it done' type. I know you're here to work out and burn those calories. You're going to work in my class and feel like you've accomplished something every time," he says.
Roberto continues to train professional athletes as well as middle school and high school football, basketball, baseball and volleyball players. He offers adults weight training, conditioning, interval and circuit training. And he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA.
You'll find Roberto at 76th & State Line in the Hy-Vee Center in Prairie Village, Kansas or at the Lee's Summit TITLE Boxing Club in the Pine Tree Plaza in Lee's Summit, Missouri.