Fitness expert and motivator Richard R. “Rick” Bradley, III, is the creator of the Quick Fit exercise program and the author of the Quick Fit: The Complete 15-Minute, No-Sweat Workout book (Simon & Schuster, 2004) and DVD. Rick and the Quick Fit program have been featured in The Washington Post and he has appeared on NBC's “Today Show,” C-SPAN, PBS’s “America’s Walking,” and the Voice of America broadcast. He now hosts his own radio show, “Fit Feds,” on Federal News Radio (WFED AM 1050 in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area), where he discusses all aspects of health and fitness.
Rick was the Director of the Occupational Health and Fitness Program at the U.S. Department of Transportation for 27 years. Under his leadership, program participation has been three times higher than the national average for workplace fitness centers: a result of Rick’s unique ability to communicate, educate, and motivate. Rick has received numerous awards for his work, including the Secretary of Transportation's Silver Medal Award for Meritorious Achievement. He also served as flexibility coach for the Washington Redskins football team under legendary head coach Joe Gibbs.
Since 1985, Rick has presented a variety of unique seminars to corporations, government agencies and educational institutions across the United States, including Creative Stress Management, Work-Life Wellness and Quick Fit. Rick holds a B.S. degree with honors in exercise physiology and education from the University of Maryland. He also has a national certification in occupational health and has pursued graduate studies in sports medicine and stress management.
Each attendee will receive Rick's Quick Fit Deck
The Quick Fit Deck is a 4”x6” booklet that shows all the Quick Fit exercises, with muscle descriptions, instructional tips and an exercise tracking calendar. The deck fits in the palm of your hand so you have easy access to all of the Quick Fit exercises no matter where you perform your daily Quick Fit exercise program.