Personal training wasn’t always in my future. The growing process from college athlete to personal trainer has been one of constant evolution. I found I loved the idea I could impact someone’s life and health in the same way that others have impacted my own. Continuing education and the willingness to ask for guidance from other trainers has helped me to become the proud trainer I am.
Today, fitness is my passion. All skill levels, ages, shapes and sizes. The journey of confronting limitations, to self-sacrifice and the hard work to overcome those limitations, is my favorite part of my job, and is the foundation of my training ideology.
I can help you improve your health and commit to a lifestyle that promotes well-being. At Vita you will work HARDER & SMARTER than you ever have before. If you’re willing to put your health in my hands, I will match your dedication to make sure your goals become achievements–and your achievements become stepping stones along the path to a happier and healthier you.
What takes up your time outside of work?
Outside of work, I enjoy relaxing activities like travelling, spending time with my girlfriend, a good red wine, and naps on the couch.
Name one thing you miss about being a kid:
The thing I miss most about being a kid is the high metabolism; I’d cut off my hand to have that back.
What is your all-time favorite book or movie?
My all-time favorite book is a tough question…maybe, “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien or “Shantaram” by Gregory David Roberts. My favorite movie is “The Godfather.”
If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
If I could travel to anywhere in the world, it would be Asia. I have a lifetime goal of running a marathon on top of the Great Wall of China.
What is your hidden talent?
I can draw a perfect circle freehand.
What is your all-time favorite food?
My favorite food is pizza. I wish it wasn’t…but it is.