WISE Health & Fitness

WISE (Women Involved in Sports Evolution) was designed to propel individuals to their personal level of athletic excellence.

The focus was on female athletes in the hope to support greater equity for females in sports, in all areas. Also, we noticed a high incidence of injury among female athletes, deprived of opportunity in the world of sports, for many generations prior to Title IX.

WISE also agreed that we would welcome any male athletes and when they came knocking, we welcomed them wholeheartedly!

Men were critical to the creation and development of WISE from it’s inception!

The WISE program design was created by a panel of experts, top of their fields and elite athletes themselves, to be a complete solution to the individual’s health and fitness needs. Over the years WISE enjoyed great success with their prototype and training athletes from all levels, beginner to elite to professional to Olympic!

WISE also worked with Law Enforcement, Fire & Safety.

WISE continues to advocate and make a difference with media exposure and female athletes!

 

 

An Interview with Dr. Lendl, WISE Sports Psychologist, EMDR-PEP in the Sports Arena

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Thanks to Dr. Lendl for her enormous contribution to WISE, Women Involved in Sports Evolution, since it’s inception, 16 years ago! Read more of the story on Examiner website

WISE Athletic Training Program

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Twin Deputy Sheriffs Amber and Nicole Brazier worked out by WISE Exercise Physiologist Dale Collins

STEP 1 – Meet with Exercise Physiologist for orientation, intake, Micro-fit testing, exercise program design and WISE Athletic Training Manual.

STEP 2 – Meet with Registered Dietitian for nutrition orientation, intake and nutritional design.

STEP 3 – Meet with Sports Psychologist to address any mental issues or blocks to achieving maximum performance athletically and competitively.

WISE Staff

Success in fitness requires consistent work ethic, a passion for results, and a drive to remain current in an ever changing field.

Diane Huntington Loring,
Executive Director

The Executive Director and founder of WISE was born to be an athlete in a time that did not offer many athletic opportunities for women. Being an advocate of athletics for women, Diane sees WISE as the perfect vehicle to ensure continuing opportunities and success in a world filled with women seeking to be their personal best.

Learn more about Diane Huntington Loring

Jennifer Lendl, Ph.D.
Sports Psychologist

  • Stanford University B.A. M.A., History
  • 4 year letter, Stanford swim team
  • San Jose State University, M.S., Clinical-Community Psychology
  • International College, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
  • Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress
  • Certified Sports Psychologist, National Institute of Sports
  • Member of Association for the Advancement of Applied Sports Psychology
  • Performance Specialty Trainer for EMDR, Performance Enhancement in the Workplace
  • Consultant for the Amen Clinics

Anthea Fenwick, M.S., Ph. D.

  • Masters of Science, Exercise Physiology
  • Ph.D. in Nutrition, Clayton University
  • Bachelors of Science
  • Certified by American College of Sports Medicine
  • Certified by American Council of Exercise
  • Certified Pilates Instructor
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Instructor for Red Cross / CPR & First Aid
  • Exercise Physiologist for County of Ventura
  • Champion Body Builder
  • Ms. California 1990
  • Runner up Ms Jr America 1990
  • Trainer to Members of US Men’s Sailing Team
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • ACSM Certified Personal Trainer
  • Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • WISE Program Designer
  • Faculty at SBBC College, Kinesiology

Elena Davis, M.S., R.D.
Sports Nutritionist

Sports Nutritionist to the National Team Cyclist, 2000

  • Sports Nutritionist to amateur triathletes and marathon runners
  • Nutrition Educator for the University of California
  • Marathon runner
  • Member of SCAN, (Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists)

Dale Collins, M.S.
Exercise Physiologist

  • Masters of Science, Exercise Physiology
  • Bachelors of Science, Exercise Physiology / Biomechanics
  • Certified National Strength & Conditioning Association
  • Certified Emergency Medical Technician
  • Faculty at SBBC College, Kinesiology
  • Exercise Physiologist at US Air Force / Defense & Space Industry

Lynn Bartosh, M.A.
Exercise Physiologist

  • 1976 C.I.F. Player of the Year, California
  • 1976 Olympic Trials
  • UCLA Women’s Basketball
  • Certified Exercise Specialist, ACSM
  • WISE Program & Training Manual Designer

Diane Loring of Ventura wins gold, bronze at U.S. Open

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