Nathan has been a life-long athlete and outdoor enthusiast. However, it wasn’t until freshman year of high school that he started getting into the fitness world. Nathan was often picked on for being skinny and weak, and decided to do something about it. He committed to not only involving himself in fitness, but learning everything he could about it as well.
Soon enough the compliments started to come in about his transforming physique, which not only boosted his confidence, but awoke within him a desire to help others. He realized that this could be more than just a hobby, but could now what? This could be a career opportunity in helping others to achieve their fitness goals.
One quick look at Nathan’s high school yearbook and you will find written under his goals to start a personal training company. He accomplished this when he was only 18.
To turn his hobby into the competitive scene, Nathan was also competing competitively in powerlifting, which he did in high school and into his early 20’s. Additionally, he has personally, and with clients, tried out hundreds of different work outs and techniques. During the past 10 years in business he has absorbed and increased his knowledge base in all facets of fitness to ensure that he has the tools to help each individual at a personal level.
Nathan likes to mix up his training. Although weights are awesome, he will mix it up with calisthenics and other types of training methods. You will find him doing handstands anywhere he can, or busting out pull ups anytime a bar is present.
“I like handstands, but I absolutely love my wife”
“Nothing feels better than to hear someone tell me they can fit into those jeans that they haven’t fit into in years. Or that climbing those flights of stairs at work are now a joke. Or plain that I completely changed their life. It does not get much better than that.
I honestly don’t see my career as a job. I love helping people get fit and healthy. It is my passion.”
Nathan has competed in powerlifting, soccer, snowboarding and calisthenics.