ABOUT YOUR TRAINER
Let me start by saying this: I am not a fitness addict. I’m a hockey player, marathon runner, and an active backpacker, but I also know the feeling of having to drag myself off the couch, away from Netflix and that third bag of chips.
I also know what it’s like to be unhappy with my fitness level. That’s me at the right there, and the difference between those two photos is about 50 pounds. This transformation is what inspired me to become a personal trainer. I did it for myself, now I want to help other people achieve their fitness goals.
I am certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, and I’m absolutely dedicated to applying scientifically-tested fitness techniques. You won’t hear me recommending any cleanses or fat-loss pills, but I can help you sort through the fitness fads and exercises that will help you see actual results.
I’ve run three marathons and more than 4,000 miles (enough to make it from New York City to Los Angeles), climbed some of the most beautiful mountains in North America (Yosemite is my favorite so far) and tended an ice hockey goal for almost 20 years.
As a trainer, my philosophy is simple: You set your goals, and I’ll help you achieve them. I’m not going to tell you what those goals should be; I don’t believe in body-shaming, and I don’t believe that fitness is determined by the way you look. How you want to look, feel, and perform is up to you. It’s my job to find the path that’s going to get you there.
If that sounds good to you, I encourage you to contact me, and we’ll take it from there. I’m honored that you’d trust me with your fitness goals, and I look forward to seeing what you can achieve. I promise, you’re stronger than you believe.