HOUSTON, October 10, 2013 - One look at the intense visage of Houston-based fitness trainer Samir Becic and you will quickly deduce he is a man who means business. Becic’s resume reads like a list of Billboard #1 hits. He’s been named the Best Trainer in the U.S. four times, best in Texas 22 times and best in Houston a whopping 29 times while working for Bally Total Fitness, which held the title as the largest fitness organization in the world between the years 2000 and 2003.
As if that weren’t enough, the well-respected magazine “Men’s Journal” has ranked Becic as one of the top 100 trainers in the U.S., one of the top 10 for weight loss and number one for mixed martial arts.
Becic has committed to a few larger-than-life accomplishments to compliment his already supersized achievements. In the near term, he aims to begin transforming his city of Houston—deemed America’s fattest city—into a fitness hub as early as the end of 2013.
One of Becic’s vehicles for achieving his audacious goal is his leadership post at a major area religious institution. He’s been given the task of improving the health and fitness of members of the Houston-based Lakewood Church. The largest mega-church in the U.S., its congregation is led by charismatic celebrity Pastor Joel Olsteen. The church has a monthly attendance of 188,000, nearly nine percent of the population of America’s fourth largest city.
He looks to expand the scope of his movement to the greater portion of Texas in 2014 and then tackle health and fitness on a national scale in 2015. “Our goal is to make a strong impact on America in terms of living a healthy lifestyle by the end of the year 2015,” Becic said in a recent interview.
His plan is to start with Houston, one of our nation’s largest metropolitan areas, and then branch out, with the state of Texas serving as a home base and the nucleus of what he hopes to be a community of health and fitness that will eventually involve millions.
Another weapon in Becic’s arsenal of awareness is healthitnessrevolution.com, his free online community and resource for health and fitness enthusiasts who closely follow his advice on how to live a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle. He leverages Twitter and Facebook to get his message out as well.
Becic’s passion for seeing others become healthier has even inspired him to create an entire fitness system that requires only your body weight to implement. His ReSync method involves no weights, no gym membership and allows people with range of motion limitations to easily modify their body movements so that they can still reap the benefits of the program.
Through providing education, coaching and an easy workout for mass consumption, Samir Becic is making America a healthier place, one citizen at a time.
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