He is a graduate of The Penn State University with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Athletic Training and Sports Medicine. Henry also has a 3rd degree Black Belt in American Kenpo. Henry has a background in physical therapy and has worked with athletes in sports such as tennis, squash, fencing, karate, gymnastics, dancing, running, golf and skiing, from the Penn State Football team to Andrew Bynum formerly with the 76ers.
Henry has also attended many exercise seminars across the U.S. to learn from the best in the country the newest in training and conditioning.
“Henry has been my personal trainer for the past nine months (one session almost every week), and has always been extremely professional, encouraging and motivating. He texts or phones me if he ever has to cancel or reschedule an appointment, and has always been on-time for our appointments. His overall attitude is always upbeat and positive, and he makes my workouts fun. I look forward to coming to the NAC to workout with Henry and even to do my own daily workouts. He is a great example of a professional trainer for the NAC to recognize.”
“I want to thank you for all your dedication to helping me overcome my compromised knees. Your knowledge in introducing me to the proper exercises and the appropriate gym equipment has resulted in my success in completing the Philadelphia Walk for the Cure this past Sunday. I walked three miles at 25 minutes per mile. But that is not all, as you know. With your help and guidance, I have been able to achieve much more. My weight training has increased my strength, and I am looking forward to benching 80 pounds once more. Now most people will not think these goals are great, but, as a 75 year old woman, it is like climbing Mt. Everest. Thank you for you professionalism, your upbeat personality, and for being a caring human being.”
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