THE PERSONAL TRAINER CONNECTION!
- Strength Building
- Body Building
- Weight Loss
- Body Sculpting
- Speed Training
- Member of; American Council on Exercise and Amercian College of Sports Medicine.
Personal Trainer Overview
Everything is on my website; www.t2strong.com In simple terms, if you want to look and feel better, you don’t need to train for hours on end multiple days per week or go on a crash or fad diet. With the proper training regimen, all you need is one hour one to two times per week to achieve significant results. It’s about the quality of the workout, not quantity, and in the case of strength training, the concept that more is better doesn’t hold true. You need to train and eat correctly – it’s that simple!
When it comes to exercising, losing weight and weight training in particular, everyone has an opinion. One day you hear that training with weights will leave you looking like a muscle-bound linebacker (it won't) and your muscles will be so tight you won’t be able to walk let alone run. The next day, someone tells you that for fat burning or weight loss you should do only cardio (science proves otherwise). It’s no small wonder that people are confused and frustrated when it comes to exercise and, more specifically, weight training. All the conflicting information is enough to make your head spin, which may explain why so many people avoid working out altogether. Many gyms and personal trainers want you to believe they have some secret you know nothing about. T2 Training will help eliminate the confusion, debunk the myths and, simply put, empower you to achieve your full potential. In fact, we won’t tell you anything you probably don’t already know. In simple terms, if you want to look and feel better, you don’t need to train for hours on end multiple days per week or go on a crash or fad diet. With the proper training regimen, all you need is one hour one to two times per week to achieve significant results. It’s about the quality of the workout, not quantity, and in the case of strength training, the concept that more is better doesn’t hold true. You need to train and eat correctly – it’s that simple! With a registered dietician on staff, you can be assured that you are eating the proper foods in the right portions – we’ll show you how to eat well without “dieting.”
Graduated from the University of Michigan in 1995. Background is in exercise science. Always learning.
I began strength training and conditioning when I was 14 years old, and early on was comfortable in a gym environment. From working in and managing gyms, to honing my skills as a personal trainer, I ultimately developed a passion to help people achieve their personal goals, from strength training and endurance, to weight management and stress reduction. My success as a personal trainer is a result of the immense joy and satisfaction I receive from helping others realize meaningful life changes. My philosophy extends beyond the weight room or gym, as I promote a holistic approach to life – a combination of physical, mental and spiritual well being. Outside the gym I try and devote my energies to helping others, like volunteering with organizations such as Down Syndrome Guild of Southeast Michigan (www.dsgsemi.org) and Coalition on Temporary Shelter (www.cotsdetroit.org) in Detroit. I am currently on the board of directors for Beverly Hills Little League, where I have also been a coach for the past five years. I recently teamed up with My brother Paul to offer baseball clinical instruction to kids in the local community (www.t2baseball.com). I have three beautiful girls, including twins and a special needs child. Being the father of a special needs child fuels my desire to work with and help kids of all ages, especially children with special needs. My methods and teaching philosophies have evolved over the years, but one thing that’s remained constant is my never-ending pursuit of accomplishment – not only for myself, but my growing clientele as well.