• Christopher LEE

    Buffalo personal trainer

  • About Christopher Lee

     

    Christopher Lee, originally from Buffalo, New York, is a certified personal trainer. Mr. Lee helps his clients build muscle and improve their overall fitness. Christopher supports his clients as they revamp their health and fitness routines, increase their metabolism, and get stronger. His exercise programs and training sessions are designed to help clients build strength, athleticism, and agility so clients can enjoy the activities and sports they love pain-free.

     

    Mr. Lee earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Sports Performance from University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Christopher Lee’s passion for living a healthy and active lifestyle has led Mr. Lee to educate his clients about the importance of regular exercise and science-based nutrition fundamentals.

     

    When he is not supporting his clients to become more physically fit, Christopher Lee can be found spending time with his friends and family in Buffalo.

  • areas of focus

    Athletic Performance

    Science-based Nutrition

    Functional Training

    Weight Loss

  • Education

    University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

    Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Sports Performance

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