Kevin Useldinger’s athletic career began in San Jose, California where he attended Lynbrook High School and was an award-winning athlete in football and wrestling. He went on to Cabrillo College in 1977 but an unfortunate injury ended his competitive career. In 1980 he started a snack food company in Santa Cruz, CA. In the following years he built it into a successful small business employing over sixty people. In 1990 he sold his company and in 1991 joined his father Ron Useldinger (designer and builder of the Isorobic Exerciser), at Fitness Motivation Institute of America to help share with others the benefits of health and wellness for a more “balanced lifestyle and productive career.”
Currently, Kevin is President of F.M.I.C. He is a natural communicator and has motivated thousands of people to make realistic changes for a healthier lifestyle. He has spoken at many conferences and conventions around the world and has been featured as a guest of television and radio shows. Kevin resides in Santa Cruz, CA., and has 2 children, ages 20 and 22.