Body through mind.

mind through body.

I still train like a college athlete, so my clients do also. Our training focuses on strength, power, speed, and function with the goal of building a lean body and a sharp central nervous system. Coming from different levels of athleticism - from never being an athlete to collegiate athletes - my clients learn how to train smart and sharp, with a motivated mental game. With a psychology background, the mental aspect of training becomes a driving force not only with motivation, but understanding the layers of you and finding what your best facets are.



Weight training = Strength. It is a staple in every program. Incorporating weights with big movement patterns builds a lean body, stronger joint and bone structures for optimal function and injury prevention. And let’s be honest, you look bad ass.


Interval training. Treadmill, rower, elliptical, skill mill, versa climber, aerodyne bike, outdoors - you name it, we do it. The goal is heart rate variability and to train in the max heart rate or ‘anaerobic’ zone, like athletes do. Think sprinter. Think lean body.


What about regular cardio? We tackle some of that through interval training, but cardiovascular endurance is not the primary goal. This can still be a part of your exercise routine, but it’s not something we focus on in the program.


Read more on training philosophy in 'geek' section.



  • National Council of Strength and Fitness (NCSF) Certified
  • Pre- and Post-Pregnancy Training
  • Trigger Point Therapy Training - Myofascial Release
  • Kettlebell Level 1 Training
  • ViPR Training - Vitality Performance and Reconditioning
  • Progressive Bodyweight Training
  • Animal Flow Level 1 Training


While we out here, say the hustlas prayer
If the game shakes me or breaks me
I hope it makes me a better man
Take a better stand

-- biggie


reach out to me.