I am originally from New York, born and raised where at a very young age I began playing ice hockey. I played on various hockey teams growing up. I also played 4 years of college hockey at Western Connecticut State University, in Danbury. After college I needed something to keep me motivated. With my competitive background I started running and placed in the top 50 for my first 5k. After tackling a half marathon, I decided to do a local sprint triathlon, where I won my age group, once again I was hooked. Within the past 2 years I have finished 5 half ironman races, 1 ironman(Lake Placid) 1 marathon(NYC) and multiple half marathon races. With the aspirations of going professional in triathlon my hopes are high for the next years to come.
Fitness will always be a part of my life and I want to share my knowledge, experience and awareness with others. I continue to push and inspire many clients through objectives they thought were not possible.
As humans we are meant to move. When your body is moving it is burning calories, so shortening rest periods and incorporating multi-joint, functional movements are great ways to increase the intensity of your workouts while teaching your body to move more efficiently.