A year or so ago a guy named Alex Raykin contacted me out of the blue and asked if I’d like to be interviewed on his podcast. I checked him out and it turns out he had just interviewed one of my other friends in the business, Rusty Osborne – who specializes in helping musicians lose weight and look great for the stage.
We had a great conversation and I hope you enjoy listening/watching it! Leave us with your comments below on your thoughts!
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Angela McCuiston is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, Senior Fitness Specialist and Cancer Exercise Specialist and owner of Music Strong, a business that specializes in personal fitness training for musicians. She is also an avid flutist with a Masters of Music in Flute Performance from Florida State University. Among other accolades, Angela is a member of the Army band, completing 16 years with the 129th Amy Band in Nashville, TN before moving to the 313th Army Reserve band at Restone Arsenal where she is a soloist and in charge of the band’s social media.
Her expertise and accolades are too many to list here. Enjoy this episode with Angela McCuiston! Angela’s Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/musicstrongfitness
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