Jason Bacigalupo

Website: http://www.vitalifit.com

Jason Bacigalupo holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Georgia State University and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Jason currently coaches an array of clients including athletes, special populations, and those who seek to improve their overall health and wellness. Jason has also served as a head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the high school level and an assistant football coach at the youth and high school levels.

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