Trainer of Trainers, Electric Muscle Stimulation Specialist & Author
Gary Reinl has spent nearly forty years in the sports-medicine field, with diverse experiences ranging from training professional athletes to pioneering the field of strength-building for women during the pregnancy year to developing rehabilitation programs for injured workers. Additionally, his ground-breaking senior strength-building protocol has now been implemented in more than 1,000 senior living facilities. Gary has authored two previous books, Making Mama Fit [Leisure Press, 1983] and the 2007 “fat loss” book Get Stronger, Feel Younger [Rodale Press].
"I simplify the complex worlds of sports medicine, fat loss, rehabilitation, and exercise science. I have trained thousands of therapists, physicians, allied health professionals and athletes on the topics of strength-building and electronic muscle stimulation. My work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets nationwide and I have co-authored two books and many related documents and articles. The "Sports Medicine for 95-year-olds" program that I designed has been implemented into more than 1000 senior living facilities nationwide. For more information see "Too Weak To Walk" here: http://www.tooweaktowalk.com. Specialties: Program development, media and public relations"
Gary lives in Henderson, Nevada, with his wife, Susan. He has two grown children, Mandy and Casey, and three grandchildren, Harper, Hendrick, and Eleuthera.