He specializes in strength and conditioning, sports performance, as well as post-rehabilitation from movement-related injuries. Another major importance to Tim is to focus on injury prevention and making sure the people he works with are developing proper movement patterns while he is working with them. This ensures that his clients will not get injured while doing more complicated movements while they are exercising, and will also increase the effectiveness of their workouts.
Fun Fact: He earned his black belt in kickboxing and learned to scuba dive at the age of 12. He is now a scuba dive master!
Tim’s Success Stories
Two years ago, I hired Tim as my trainer. Throughout our time together, he consistently and reliably has helped me achieve results. I joined the Center to improve my tennis game. Before that, I struggled for a few years to lift myself into the upper level of Mercer County tennis. I knew working with a trainer would provide a regimen for my workouts that I didn’t have the knowledge to create myself. There was never a wasted moment with Tim. I told him at the outset I wanted to work hard. He followed through on that request. From squatting, benching, power cleaning, and dead-lifting, to agility exercises, hand-eye coordination, and endurance training, Tim brought an entirely new dynamic to my physique. In two years, my game changed to match my newly found strength. I never played tennis as well as I do now. I have Tim to thank for that.
I’ve been training with Tim for two years. He is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about his craft. While considering my physical issues, Tim provides workouts to help overcome the obstacles I encounter. He takes a personal interest in his clients, and likes to see them succeed. Working with Tim helps me achieve my fitness goals so I can enjoy activities that are important to me. He is a valuable asset to the fitness community.
I would not have stayed with Tim as long as I have (for two years), if it wasn’t for his outstanding job in helping me get this 78-year-old body in better shape. Admittedly, there are times when I’m in the midst of finishing the last few reps of an exercise and he sounds like a drill sergeant (or maybe a Navy Seal trainer). But, I can handle it. I have been there before.