Clark Bartram has earned his reputation as “America’s Most Trusted Fitness Professional.” In everything he does, Clark puts forth 100% in the hopes that he can benefit men and women who care enough about themselves and the people they love to do what it takes to “Live the Lifestyle.”
As a professional fitness model, Clark has appeared easily on the cover of over 130 fitness publications and is considered one of the most successful models in the industry.
“As a former Marine I learned many things that are still with me today, like “always be ready!” … that is precisely how I have approached my professional career for the last 30 years.” Say Clark.
As a personal trainer, Clark has helped thousands of men and women transform their bodies and their lives, and has recently been elevated to the status of ISSA Master Trainer a title held by a handful of people in the industry.
He has inspired millions of television viewers as the co-host of Kiana’s Flex Appeal on ESPN, and has also hosted his own fitness television show called American Health & Fitness, broadcast internationally. Adding to his television exposure, he had a long run on Home Shopping Network and QVC selling home fitness products branded with his name.
Clark has also had the distinct honor of playing the iconic super-hero Batman in the cult classic Batman Dead End and recently has his first lead in the feature film Hunter Prey and is in the process of filming a horror film entitled, Shallow Water
He is also the author of the how-to guide, You Too Can Be A Fitness Model, Spiritually Fit, A Fitness Program You Can Have Faith In and his most recent best selling book called Where Your Mind Goes, You Go.
As a Christian, Clark has been involved with the Prison Fellowship/Operation Starting Line as a national artist doing in-prison evangelism. He has worked with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association as an emcee for the Franklin Graham Crusades, and, through the Men’s Ministry at his own church, gives motivational speeches at school and community events as well as coaching High School football and Special Olympics.
In addition to his full-time fitness career and his role as TLC spokesperson, Clark is a devoted husband and father.