Lindsay Kent

About Lindsay Kent

As the captain of a Junior Olympic volleyball team, Lindsay Kent loved testing her limits and digging deep to push herself to the next level. Fitness and nutrition were such an ingrained part of her lifestyle that fitness was the obvious career choice.

Lindsay is currently a professor at the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) College of Exercise Science and also owns her own training business, Lindsay Kent Fitness. She holds degrees in both Exercise Science and Kinesiology and English, and also holds the designation of Master Personal Trainer, with specialty areas in Fitness Nutrition, Strength and Conditioning, Exercise Therapy, Youth and Senior Fitness, and Athlete/Functional training as well.

She is a spokesmodel for the ISSA and has appeared in publications such as Oxygen and Muscle and Fitness Hers as the spotlight trainer. She also writes and edits for some of the top fitness publications on the market, and is a BeautyFit sponsored athlete.

Articles from Lindsay Kent

Pain in the Buttocks when Sitting? Use these Tips

Performance | Safety / Injuries | Senior Fitness | Strength Training | Training Tips

Pain in the Buttocks when Sitting? Use these Tips

If you or your client has sharp pain, numbness, or tingling in the lower back and buttocks (glute) that travels down the back of your leg, you’re not alone. A muscle called the piriformis is most likely to blame and these are the reasons why PLUS the best mobility exercises to use. Read, learn, and share the recommended exercises to your clients in this article.

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