The reason why I care so much about helping adults and athletes live better, more fulfilled lives while achieving what they never thought possible in fitness, sports, and life is because I know what it feels like to be at rock bottom.
In 2012, this is me after my sixth and final knee surgery. Injuries had ended my college basketball career and created a tidal wave of disappointment, anger, and frustration.
That is why the goal of creating Driven Fitness & Performance was to provide an experience and environment that helps adults and athletes accomplish their own dreams and ambitions. As a coach, it is my mission to help adults who feel lost, frustrated, or intimidated by the typical gym find a home where they feel like they can pursue their goals, transform their life, and achieve a transformation they never thought possible.
For athletes it is about providing an environment that will teach them how to become the very best versions of themselves so they can play the games they love with a level of confidence and ability they never had before. Since 2015 we have helped thousands of adults and athletes transform their bodies, lives, and games and there is no stopping from here.
What motivates me now is what motivated me then. To offer people an experience I never had, but desperately wanted and needed. I think back to the young kid playing basketball in the driveway and wonder how much he would have loved training at Driven. It is those memories, the good and the bad, that drive me to never settle in the pursuit of being the best coach that I can be, in the best facility possible, so that everyone that walks through our doors is forever changed for the better.
And it’s been extremely exciting to report that this facility, and the people inside of it, have never been more on fire. As we look ahead it is with great pride and optimism that we continue to push forward so that everyone that is committed, driven, and consistent can and will achieve what they never thought possible in fitness, sports, and in life.