Continued from homepage….My favorite uncle had passed away due to an enlarged heart. He was only 48 years old. He was a great human being and a very fun person to hang out with. He bought me my first weight set. which I still have to do this day. He was one of the coolest guys I have ever known and miss him greatly. But what I didn’t know was his death would spark a life long passion of exercise, nutrition, and living a healthy lifestyle. (but also having some fun along the way)
I started reading about weight training and how to eat properly for health and performance goals. I started to workout to get stronger for baseball. Sadly though, I over did it and paid the price. I became too obsessed and basically broke down my entire body. I developed chronic tendonitis in both shoulders and my left triceps. It took about one year to finally heal.
Since then, I have dedicated myself to constantly learning how to properly train for performance goals while changing someone’s body composition…aka losing fat and gaining muscle.
I enrolled in Springfield College, the birthplace of exercise physiology and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Since then, I have been helping people achieve their desired health and fitness goals using sports performance principles which are backed up by science and my own real world knowledge. I feel this is the best combination to use as each individual is different.
All in all so far in my career, I have been very blessed to be influenced by numerous coaches, trainers, nutritionists, and the respected education I received at Springfield College. I also feel very grateful to have met so many people and to have worked with different clients ranging in all ages, careers, and physique goals. I pride myself on not only getting my clients results, but also developing friendships with them as I feel it is an important aspect in what I do.