Exercise is medicine and with the right prescription, programming, and progressive overload you can change someone’s life for the better. Exercise is relative to one’s ability and I work to make sure that the exercises prescribed to my clients is specific to their goals and ability level. I have seen both the physiological and psychological effects of exercise not only firsthand but also with the countless clients I have worked, ranging from athletes to those surviving terminal cancer diagnoses. I believe in programming with a rational purpose and will never prescribe something for the sake of being hard or something I cannot reason for. As a current doctoral student I follow the guidelines set by the American College of Sports Medicine and follow evidence-based practice for those I train.
Exercise, Cooking, Hiking/Adventuring, and Research
Current Sports and Exercise Science Doctoral Student – University of Northern Colorado
Master’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology – Carroll University, 2019
Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science – Carroll University, 2018
ACSM Certified Personal Trainer
Certified Cancer Exercise Specialist Level 2 – University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute
American Red Cross – CPR/AED/First Aid