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Mark-Mayes-Fitness-ResourcesMark Mayes, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologists®
Owner, Fitness Resources
A long-time veteran of the fitness industry, Mark Mayes began his career 30 years ago working for the Jack LaLanne health club in San Diego, California.


After moving back to Ohio, Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education and adult fitness at The Ohio State University. As a competitive swimmer and triathlete, he went on to coach stroke mechanics for swimmers and triathletes.

He began working as an intern at the Central Ohio YMCA but quickly became a full-time staff member. When he decided to strike out on his own, Mark was serving as the physical director at the downtown YMCA. He launched Fitness Resources in 1991, and since then, he and his staff have offered personal training to individual clients and have managed fitness programs at private clubs, physician offices and corporate fitness centers. The demand for personal- and group-training programs fueled Fitness Resources’ growth, Fitness Resources went on to manage fitness programs in physician offices, corporate fitness centers and public gyms.
After helping develop Harrison Rec Center in April 2008, he opened a Fitness Resources location in the Harrison Park Condos Community Center in Harrison West, part of Columbus’ Short North area. He now also manages the condo association’s fitness center.

Mark is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Council of Exercise and the YMCA. He has received from the ACSM additional certification that focuses on exercise and older adults. Mark is also a certified practitioner of polarity therapy, a system that restores mind-body harmony through complementary therapeutic methods including bodywork techniques, guidance in polarity exercises and stretches, self-help techniques and energy balancing. He is certified by Schwinn to conduct spinning and RiPP classes.

Mark served as an advisory board member for The Wellness Forum Foundation and was a founding member of the International Fitness Institute. He has also been a member of the elite International Systematic TOUCH training team and is currently serving on the faculty of the World Instructor Training Schools. Mark currently serves on the advisory board of Heritage College.

Mark’s professional philosophy is to educate, motivate and provide direction to individuals of all ages to help them achieve their health and fitness goals. His areas of expertise are general fitness training, strength training, swimming, running and cycling programs.

His goal for his clients is that they develop the confidence and knowledge to take personal responsibility for their fitness regimens. Mark specializes in designing fitness programs tailored to a diverse clientele—from athletes and busy professionals to senior citizens—and their wide range of fitness experience and goals.

Other Information about Mark
• author of fitness columns for newsletters and publications
• lectures on flexibility, strength training and the facets of operating a successful fitness company
• consults with large corporations on inspiring employees to improve their health and fitness

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Mark Mayes, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologists®
Owner, Fitness Resources
A long-time veteran of the fitness industry, Mark Mayes began his career 30 years ago working for the Jack LaLanne health club in San

Diego, California.

 

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After moving back to Ohio, Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education and adult fitness at The Ohio State University. As a competitive swimmer and triathlete, he went on to coach stroke mechanics for swimmers and triathletes.

He began working as an intern at the Central Ohio YMCA but quickly became a full-time staff member. When he decided to strike out on his own, Mark was serving as the physical director at the downtown YMCA. He launched Fitness Resources in 1991, and since then, he and his staff have offered personal training to individual clients and have managed fitness programs at private clubs, physician offices and corporate fitness centers. The demand for personal- and group-training programs fueled Fitness Resources’ growth, Fitness Resources went on to manage fitness programs in physician offices, corporate fitness centers and public gyms.

After helping develop Harrison Rec Center in April 2008, he opened a Fitness Resources location in the Harrison Park Condos Community Center in Harrison West, part of Columbus’ Short North area. He now also manages the condo association’s fitness center.

Mark is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Council of Exercise and the YMCA. He has received from the ACSM additional certification that focuses on exercise and older adults. Mark is also a certified practitioner of polarity therapy, a system that restores mind-body harmony through complementary therapeutic methods including bodywork techniques, guidance in polarity exercises and stretches, self-help techniques and energy balancing. He is certified by Schwinn to conduct spinning and RiPP classes.

Mark served as an advisory board member for The Wellness Forum Foundation and was a founding member of the International Fitness Institute. He has also been a member of the elite International Systematic TOUCH training team and is currently serving on the faculty of the World Instructor Training Schools. Mark currently serves on the advisory board of Heritage College.

Mark’s professional philosophy is to educate, motivate and provide direction to individuals of all ages to help them achieve their health and fitness goals. His areas of expertise are general fitness training, strength training, swimming, running and cycling programs.

His goal for his clients is that they develop the confidence and knowledge to take personal responsibility for their fitness regimens. Mark specializes in designing fitness programs tailored to a diverse clientele—from athletes and busy professionals to senior citizens—and their wide range of fitness experience and goals.

Other Information about Mark
• writes fitness columns for several employee newsletters and publications
• lectures on flexibility, strength training and the facets of operating a successful fitness company
• consults with large corporations on how best to encourage their employees to improve their health and fitness