To answer this question, it is best I share with you a moment in my life that changed it all. I have always been an active individual. I grew up playing sports and had this very competitive edge. I played soccer and lacrosse all the way through high school and I continued pursuing lacrosse at the collegiate level, which ended my career.
After sustaining my 5th concussion, I decided it was time to hang up the cleats. I turned to lifting to get me out of the idea that I would never play organized sports again. Lifting has transformed my life in more ways than one. Walking out of the gym after crushing a workout is a feeling unlike anything else. When the muscles are pumped and full of blood, it makes me feel on top of the world. But that’s not why I workout. It’s part of the reason, however, the process of pushing my body to its limits and achieving something physically taxing is why I workout.
I’m a driven, hard working, and friendly individual and I use my love for fitness to help others achieve their best self. I utilize my trainings and knowledge to give you the best experience possible. I have since made a commitment to dedicate the rest of my professional life to helping professional males get strong and gain confidence, without spending their life in the gym.
Two strength and conditioning internships under my belt and a certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association,
I am dedicating my professional career to helping corporate males move away from the inability to see results and achieve the strength goals they have been looking for.
EducationTwo Strength & Conditioning Internships
Experience5+ Years Strength Training
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