Joined 6 years ago from Portland, OR
John is a bio-mechanic specialist. He holds a Master of Sciences in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention and has dedicated his career to further understanding how the body is designed to work and applying it to everyday exercise.
He has collected a multitude of experiences and certifications over the years (ex. CSCS, PES, CPT, BS in Sports Medicine...) but has approached each one with a similar mindset. There is good in all the various certifications and training programs, the goal is to weed out the good from the bad and craft it into something your own.
In addition to challenging himself, routinely he will push you to achieve beyond your preconceived limitations. John works with a variety of clients from professional athletes to people eager to live a pain free life during daily movements and everything in between. His goal with each and every client—despite ability—is to fix what is broken while also pushing what is good to be great.
6 years ago
I guarantee if you are reading this either you or someone you know has experienced back pain.
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