Many people “know” what they need to do to be healthy. Knowing is not enough, we need to apply that knowledge. That’s what I believe a trainer is and should be; a conduit, a lightening rod, for that will-to-action commitment.
Emory and Henry College, B.S. Athletic Training and Physical Education
(NSCA-CSCS) National Strength and Conditioning Association; Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Expert
Four year NCAA football letterman, off-season Lifting Team Captain, four years athletic training football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, four years First Response Training, 875 Cataloged Hours in PT, training room, and emergency room setting
Strength and power training, Olympic lifting, lean muscle mass gain, sport specific training, weight loss
As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.