Studied sports medicine in grad school. Worked as assistant in several physical therapy clinics. Teaches circus arts, general strength and conditioning to adults and children, and injury rehab/prevention. Balance and functional movement are cornerstones of his training approach and pushing people to move faster, hold static poses longer, move with more agility and to build full body strength to achieve higher fitness goals and feelings of self worth. If you can apply advanced movements your body you can free up and open your mind more! I love working with beginners and elites, and those recovering from injury who need a roadmap and/or a cheerleader!
***will also train you in your building gym or any other gym you gave access to ***
My favorite client story
Playing catch with a man who just had a stroke to help retrain his coordination was probably the most rewarding thing I've ever done.
My favorite exercise
Anything full body, push up, pull up, plank, climb up, muscle up, anything that forces someone to use their entire body to accomplish a task! Even that's just a really good squat.
My favorite quote
"It's about the journey, not the destination."
My training philosophy
If you have fun hard work will not be hard, it will be rewarding.
My training experience
Worked with physical therapy patients, trains adults, children, used to teach tennis. Now I teach circus arts, handstands, parkour and general strength and conditioning and functional movement.
Areas of Expertise
- Core and Balance
- Strength Training
- Muscular Definition
- Functional Training
- Cross Training
- Injury Prevention
NCCA Accredited Certifications
CPR/AED/First Aid, Bolay/Climbing Certified
BFA Film/Art, Graduate Studies in Sports Medicine
Medical Conditions Experience
Anxiety, Autoimmune Diseases, Back Pain/Issues, Bone/Joint Injury, Hip Pain/Issues, Joint Pain, Neck Pain, Plantar fasciitis, Rotator Cuff Issues, Shoulder Issues, Stress, Visually Impaired (Blind)