Personal trainer Ralf Hennig visits Vail |

Personal trainer Ralf Hennig visits Vail

Daily staff report
VAIL CO, Colorado

VAIL – Ralf Hennig’s Four Way Burn has some very famous followers, and for good reason. The all-in-one training program, touted by President Bill Clinton who provided the forward for Hennig’s book on the workout, promises to strengthen muscles, improve balance, develop core strength and stability and improve flexibility. Hennig debuts the program, which features a weighted ball or an ordinary medicine ball, at Vail Vitality Center.

Hennig is a well-known medical exercise specialist and personal trainer who also has trained U.S. National Team soccer player Claudio Rheyna and Sanford Wiell, chairman emeritus of Citigroup. He is gold-certified by the American Council on Exercise and designated a master trainer by IDEA, a distinction awarded to few trainers.

“The Vail Vitality Center is proud to bring one of the nation’s top instructors to Vail,” said Jeff Morgan, Vail Vitality Center director. “At the Vail Vitality Center we continually seek out new methods for achieving optimal performance; Ralf brings our members and guests a new way to improve movement.”

The Four Way Burn program is designed to improve performance in daily life as well as in chosen sports and activities unique to each person. The workout can be completed in just minutes each day, which adds to its appeal.

Hennig will lead a lecture and workshops Thursday through Saturday at Vail Vitality Center at Vail Mountain Lodge. In addition to the lecture and scheduled classes, Hennig will accommodate private training sessions on Sunday and Monday.

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