Get fit for life.”

Mission Statement

My mission is to empower others to achieve fitness success through world-class training, coaching, instruction, and education.

Approach and Philosophy

“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”

-Lao Tzu

I’m here to metaphorically teach you how to fish.

I hold nothing back. I don’t keep secrets. I don’t keep things close-to-vest.

I’m here to educate you on fitness (and some things that aren’t fitness) so that you can make the best choices on your journey.

My Core Principles

  • Make training fun. If it’s fun and you enjoy it, you’ll do it.
  • Train all components of fitness. Yes, you can put more emphasis on one or two components, but all components must be trained.
  • Train all energy systems.
  • Train movements, not muscles.
  • Form follows function. Train for performance, looks will follow.
  • Find the middle-ground between variety and routine.
  • Use all tools (implements) at your disposal.
  • Proper technique (form) first, range of motion second, everything else (intensity, speed, etc.) third.
  • Do no harm. Injuries kill progress.
  • Use proper nutrition to support training.
  • Get enough sleep and manage stress to recover and regenerate.

EDF is about maximizing each and every component of fitness to live a better life.

I believe fitness should be fun, functional, and results-oriented. This is what I strive for in my content, coaching, training, and instruction.

Next steps:

Read the BLOG.

Fill out the form HERE if you have a question.