My PhD research covered the muscular adaptations to diseases, specifically cancer cachexia. I also study the cellular and molecular response to nutrition as well as muscle adaptations in response to exercise.
In a fitness industry full of misleading information, I offer to cut through the bull and interpret the science in a way you can understand it. I strive to give my clients the best service even if it pushes them out of their comfort zone.
I started as an overweight high school grad who loved to lift weights. After completing my bachelor's in microbiology, I realized that I wanted to study skeletal muscle. I went on to do a master's degree in Human Performance, focusing on the way muscle adapts to training. I completed my PhD in Rehabilitation Science at the University of Florida specializing in the molecular mechanisms of muscle.
That’s enough about me, but the real question is what can I do for you?