My Main Goal is to Help People.
The value of a true strength and conditioning coach is not only what he can do for him/herself but what they can do for others.
If I can only get myself stronger and more athletic and cannot train others to create fantastic results for them than I am a true charalatan in the industry.
My main goal in the game is to show athletes and trainees the proper way to build strength, develop muscle, and improve athleticism. The rules of the game have never changed. You train hard, you eat correctly, and you do both consistently. End of story.
Below are a few of my client success stories along with a before/after photo of myself. These are some of the great people that I have had the pleasure to know and train over the years.
I was not always Fitman.
I was the typical skinny, weak, and non-confident punk in my teens. I was never strong enough to hold my own in athletics and it bothered me. I had heart but I lacked physical strength.
You could call me a real world version of Peter Parker. I did not gain my strength, mental mindset, and athleticism from a radioactive spider, though. Those attributes came through hard, hard work and patience.
When I met Jo she was struggling to stay on her high school track team. Her previous training program was incredibly inept at creating results for athletes. She was gaining bodyfat and getting slower.
When Jo began to use the Fit Coast Offense to train to become a faster sprinter, she was able to make drastic improvements. These improvements in ability enabled her to walk on at Rider University, a Division 1 school for track and field.
Jo was the first athlete from The Fit Team to compete at the Division 1 level. Check out her video below:
Ishmael joined The Fit Team sporting the dreaded skinny-fat physique.
His progress over 1 year using the Fit Coast Offense was fantastic.
Ishmael displayed the consistency and the discipline required to have great success. He placed second in the Over 40 Middleweight Division at Mr. Natural Philadelphia in 2015.
Amy aka “ATP”
Amy joined the Fit Team in October 2015. She is 47 years old and a mother of 2.
As a former NCAA Division 1 swimmer, Amy walked in with the mindset of an athlete. That mindset is the perfect fit for the Fit Team.
Amy had previously competed in bodybuilding but she felt that she had more potential and more greatness to unleash. In 7 short months, she was able to totally transform her physique and create a new foundation.
Her bodybuilding experience was much more pleasant in 2016. The sky is the limit for her!
Terryann joined the Fit Team in 2014. She initially used the Fitman Online Training Program. Her goals at first were just to get into better shape.
But as she began to train she wanted more. She realized that there was more greatness inside of her. In late 2015 she committed to training in person with Fitman Performance.
At the age of 55, Terry competed and placed top 5 in 3 different classes at her first bodybuilding show.
She also competed in the Germantown Academy All-Comers track meet in 2015 and 2016. Her time improved from 19.15 to 16.99 in the 100-meter dash.
She proves that age is just a number when it comes to unleashing your inner greatness.
This woman is the definition of consistent. Like Ishmael, she never missed any sessions! The Gym Mom was always a joy for me to train.
She defied the odds. This woman has 3 children. This woman is almost 50 years old. But this woman takes care of business.
Our time together was always great. Where she would be if I still trained her is downright scary! Check out her taking care business below:
Heather came to me after approaching the highest weight of her life. She was depressed and she was not confident in her ability to succeed. But that phase of her life is over for good. Her passion and drive to reach her goal and change her lifestyle is very inspiring. Check out her progress video below.
At 47 years young, Chris came to me in 2014 looking to regain his athleticism. Throughout the duration the his time with me he has been able to successfully add solid muscle mass and become more athletic. Fitness is the fountain of youth! Check out his pictures and video below: