-Bachelors of Science in Health and Exercise Science from The College of New Jersey
-Currently pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rutgers South
-NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
I was always active as a kid, either playing outside with my friends, or through sports from swimming, to ice skating, crew, and fencing. I was first exposed to training in high school crew, and even though I didn’t have a clue about the reasoning behind the programs we did, I loved the challenge and the feeling of accomplishment after each workout. That carried through to college, where I got more interested in exercise and fitness, and majored in Health and Exercise Science. My classes in exercise prescription, nutrition, and biomechanics really peaked my interest and swayed me towards doing an internship in Strength and Conditioning at my college’s weight room. There, I learned about programming, coaching, motivation, making exercises more functional, bringing athletes back from injuries, and so much more. After my internship, I started Physical Therapy school, but I really missed coaching and being in the health, fitness, and performance industry. When I discovered Training Aspects, I immediately knew I wanted to work here. The fact that there are no weight machines won me over, but the drive on the importance of proper movement and corrective exercise really sealed the deal. It puts the focus on making training as functional as possible and preventing injuries down the line, which is the basis to my training philosophy. I hope to help you reach your health and fitness goals by sharing my knowledge, challenging you, and helping you unlock your potential.