Victor A. Ranilla CISSN, CFT

 Victor Andres Ranilla is the Owner of Millennia Nutrition and Fitness, a nutrition coaching and personal training company. Victor loves to educate and help his clients to lose weight, gain muscle, improve their health and athletic performance through a personalized nutrition and training program. Victor A. Ranilla is the only Certified Sports Nutritionist accredited by the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) in the entire upstate; the CISSN credential is the most rigorous and respected sports nutrition certification in the industry. He is also a Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and Certified Fitness Trainer with the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA), bilingual writer and author, and is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN), and has  been published in the ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal. Working alongside Dr. Jorge A. Sabin MD, PhD, at Saluda Lake Medical Center has increased his clinical experience managing patients with chronic musculoskeletal problems, as well as educating patients of the link between their common health problems and their nutritional habits. His work  with the prestigious geriatric community, Cascades Verdae, has expanded his understanding on how to develop and implement effective exercises for the elderly, such as aerobic aquatics, aquatic balance exercises, resistance training, flexibility, etc. 

Victor’s expertise includes weight loss, nutrition, personal training, bikini and figure contest prep, athletics, bodybuilding, geriatrics, aquatic exercises and everything else in between, which makes him the perfect all in one trainer.

Victor is also available for interviews or appearance on topics related to all aspects of fitness, sports nutrition and exercise.

In his spare time, Victor enjoys traveling, music, being outdoors and spending time with his friends and family. 

“We can change our bodies by changing the way in which we see and think about food.  In order to get the physique you want, you have to put in the hard work at the gym as well as in the kitchen.  There is no magic pill or supplement that will do the work for you.  Whenever we eat a meal, it either helps us or hurts us.  It moves us towards our goal, or backwards away from our goal.  There is no in between.  Exercise without a good nutrition program is like driving your car in neutral and expecting to go forward.  To get results, we must create a balance between nutrition and fitness.”​​