THE GYM

from Humble Beginnings

My movement coaching practice started from my home gym...

I had been a Soldier for almost 20 years and in that time I had been in both unbelievable shape and almost the worst shape of my life.

I'd had severe and chronic low back pain in my early and mid 20's and had a difficult time passing my Army Physical Fitness Test...


It was a long and at times lonely road dealing with set backs, and "tweaks"

By the time I started studying movement out of this "office" you see here, I was approaching the best shape of my life, at 38, and just a few months away from posting the highest Army Physical Fitness Test score of my entire career at 299/300


It's never too late to get out of pain and do the things that you thought you were too old for.  

I'm here to help

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THE GOODS

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LOAD V. CAPACITY

Why we get hurt in the gym

People get develop aches and pains when they consistently ask their bodies to do things that they don't have capacity for.  Take a look how that happens and how we can take steps to get back out of pain

MOVEMENT HIERARCHY OF NEEDS

Stability, Strength, Skill

This is a core pillar of my movement coaching practice, we can only build as high as our foundation will allow

 

"I bridge the gap between physical therapy and fully participating in your ideal active lifestyle through assessment, programming and 1 on 1 training"

my vision for "The Gym"