Robert Johnson Vero Beach

Robert Johnson Vero Beach

Robert Davis Johnson has more than three decades of professional experience in physical fitness and marketing. Currently the owner of Stealth Self Health in Vero Beach, Florida, he began his career in the health industry as a staff clinical exercise physiologist with the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation. After developing a range of cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs and adult fitness programs for the Scripps Clinic, he received a promotion to chief clinical exercise physiologist and director of the Preventive Medicine Center. In these roles, Robert Davis Johnson consulted with a number of prestigious health care facilities, including The Mayo Clinic.

After five years with the Scripps Clinic, Robert D. Johnson accepted a position as director of the corporate fitness and health promotion program for Duke Energy Corporation, and later became the director of the Live for Life University Health Promotion Program & Research at Duke University Medical Center.

In 1990, he took on a new challenge as the chief exercise physiologist for The Houstonian, where he introduced the concept of personal trainers and provided exercise guidance to President George H. W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. He next transitioned into a marketing position, as the territory manager of cardiology, radiology, and cardio-thoracic surgery for Boston Scientific Corp. Responsible for multiple territories, he increased the market share of the Florida region from 11 to 59 percent.

Robert D. Johnson returned to physical fitness as the founder of Yankiwi Sport, LLC. At this Vero Beach facility, he trained individuals in completing triathlons and other athletic events. Additionally, he served as director of marketing and sales for Colorado Altitude Training during its reorganization period.