Jeffrey Long, CPT, SCS
Owner One More Rep, Personal Training Group LLC.
Certified Personal Trainer. Sports Conditioning Specialist (A.C.E.)

Certified Personal Trainer since 2010 and a Certified Sports Conditioning Specialist since 2014 through the American Council on Exercise (A.C.E.). Jeffrey is also an active member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (N.S.C.A.) since 2012. Personal Trainer in Bensalem Personal Trainer in Philadelphia group fitness classes in Philadelphia

– High-Intensity Circuit Training
– Older Adults (Functional Movement/Quality of Living)
– Plyometrics/Functional Training
– Couples/Pairs
– Small Groups 3-5 people
– Post Physical Therapy Rehabilitation
– Athlete Sport Specific Strength and Conditioning Training
– Accountability Programs
– Online Programs
+ Nutritional Guidance

Jeffrey has over sixteen years of practical training, and six years of formal training. Jeffrey is dedicated to developing a system of exercises, workouts, and training methods to optimize the effectiveness of every training session. By following his training theories and fitness principles, Jeffrey will push your body, mind, and natural ability far beyond your mental limits. With Jeffrey’s knowledge and direction and your dedication and willingness, we will push your body’s limits to achieve and surpass any and all fitness goals.


Jeffrey Certifications and C.E.C’s:

– Personal Training Certification
– Sport Conditioning Specialist (S.C.S.) (Certification)
– Certificate in Kinesiology – the scientific study of human or non-human body movement. Kinesiology addresses    physiological, biomechanical, and psychological mechanisms of movement.

– Understanding the Psychological Benefits of Exercise to Enhance Client Success
– Nutritional Planning for Clients that Leads to Results
– Fitness Professionals’ Guide to Sports Nutrition and Weight Management
– ABC (Agility, Balance, Coordination) Fitness Training Specialist
– Combatting Heat Stress through Hydration
– Training the Core (understanding the core muscles and how they work)
– Designing Sports Conditioning Workouts for Personal Training Clients and Group Fitness Classes
– Metabolic Conditioning – The New Way to Train
– Physiology of Thermoregulation
– Sport Core(rotational Core and Generating Power through the core)
– Sport Strength – Chest and Back
– Sport Strength – legs and shoulders
– Understanding and Motivating Midlife and Older adults
– Advanced Program Design (CEC)
– Anatomy and Kinesiology for Shoulder Stability and Mobility
– An Integrated Approach to Strength Training and Conditioning for Law Enforcement Personnel
– Cardiovascular Fitness for Fire Fighters – IAFF
– Fitness Math