Growing up I knew that I wanted to be a professional basketball player. I also knew that I wanted to be an Olympian. Dreams have come and gone, but the one constant through my life was that first and foremost I am an athlete. Whether it be on the basketball court, the soccer field, the ice arena, or the open road of triathlon, I have always loved performing and training.
Because of this passion I can sit down with anyone and have an open and frank conversation about athletics, goals, successes and failures. I have an insight into what helps people be successful and how to help them achieve their goals. I’ve been on both sides of the success and failure fulcrum. I know what it’s like to not achieve goals and to come back from that stronger and more determined.
My passion for fun is how I attract and maintain clients. I work with clients who want to improve their lives through physical fitness. Making the decision to start is just the first step. Once that decision is made, it easy to start a program. Energy and enthusiasm are at their peak in the beginning phase. Keeping things interesting is why my clients stay with me through the tough middle phase of training to make it to the end phase of their goals.