Pamela's writing specialties are descriptive, expository and persuasive.
Pamela enjoys exercising, reading and spending time with her family
Pamela is a fitness programmer and writer for Fort Jackson, FMWR located in South Carolina. A graduate from Coker College; Pamela earned her degree in Sociology and continues to pursue certifications in natural health and fitness nutrition. She is a certified trainer with the Cooper Institute and a certified group and kickboxing fitness instructor with AFAA. She is currently going for her Doctorate in Alternative Biblical Medicine. Pamela writes a monthly fitness column for the Fort Jackson Leader; a South Carolina statewide newspaper. Pamela's mission is to spread the gift of health by helping readers easily understand how to get their health under control.
Pamela is the creator of a wellness ministry devoted to spreading the gift of health according to God's plan. Her ministry involves exercise and healthy eating and is supported with direct verses from the Bible. Each workout and nutrition lecture begins with Bible evidence of how God wanted people to live. Pamela believes people who love the Lord but struggle with their weight might adopt a healthier lifestyle if they knew God's desires for their health.
As fitness programmer and writer for Fort Jackson,
Pamela Long develops multiple styles of group exercise classes include aquatic classes, cycling, strength and conditioning, Zumba and more. Duties also include wellness programs for the work setting to help employees build better health habits in the workplace. Long develops fitness and wellness recreation programs that promote health with recreation beyond the gym. She host weight loss and fitness competitions, conducts fitness lectures, write fitness and wellness articles and more.
As a Fitness Nutrition Coach, Pamela Long analyzes intake from food logs, and makes general recommendation, promote healthy eating patterns and behaviors while educating clients on how to make healthier food choices. She also provides information on the myths about nutrition.
As a fitness trainer, Pamela often writes descriptions on how to perform a specific exercise. Her use of easy to understand directions allow readers to get the most out of the exercise she is currently describing. She believes a clear layout of how to execute an exercise properly, is key to exercise retention and satisfaction.