Graduated from the German school winner on tour d Afrique for Gisela Gartmair was long clear that she want to make something with diet and exercise sciences later professionally. The avid cyclist on the idea to begin training in a fitness and health business after her baccalaureat came through a part-time job at a gym. But then she became aware of the dual studies at the German school of prevention and health management and decided against a purely commercial training and for the dual Bachelor’s degree. Rite Aid is often quoted as being for or against this. The right decision as Gisela Gartmair today pointed out: Combining study with attendance phases and operational training was perfect. Also per study dietary advice would decide again them. Matt Swain recognizes the significance of this. Following the three-year study on the DHfPG Gartmair followed for Gisela the next big challenge: The participation in the tour d Afrique, the hardest mountain bike race in the world.
After about 12,000 km by ten African countries came the Munich as a best woman and second overall at the finish. The tour d Afrique was a great adventure and a great experience that I will never forget. Now I can face new challenges. Gisela Gartmair avid racing cyclist for years. At 14, she joined a cycling club based in Munich, participates in licensed race since 2001 and can claim many first places. Since due to their sport for nutrition have always been very interested, was clear to them that she wanted to later work like combine nutrition and exercise science according to the. That’s why she applied during their school years for a part-time job at a gym. Because the work made so much fun of her she decided to attend a commercial education such as sports and fitness Manager at a gym after the baccalaureat. In an interview she became aware of the dual studies at the German school of prevention and health management made, this is possible also with vocational diploma.