Associate’s Degree in Applied Science at Spencerian College
My training philosophy is a mix of bodybuilding/ and athletic conditioning. It’s one thing to build a physique that looks good, but it’s another if you can build a body that not only looks/feels good but can perform even better.
Approach to Nutrition:
One of my first priorities of working with people is to break mental barriers with training and nutrition. I’ve always believed that if you don’t have the confidence to better yourself, then your mindset needs to be addressed first. One of my favorite sayings is: give a man a fish, and he eats for a night. Teach a man to fish, and he eats for a lifetime. It’s the best feeling in the world to educate people during their transformation and witness the mental and emotional reward of hard work they put into themselves
I started my fitness journey in the basement of my grandparent’s basement with a pair of dumbbells. Throughout my time working with different kinds of people, I’m always working to reinvent and perfect my training methods and nutrition coaching. Having worked with all kinds of people, I work to educate my clients through every step of their journey. I’ve seen people struggle with obesity, self-doubt, physical limitations, loss of a family member and much more, but I make it a priority to reassure them that anything is possible through hard work and consistency.