San Francisco, CA

As a military veteran, I have always been concerned with health and fitness. The military allowed me to certify as a Master Fitness specialist at the prestigious Cooper Institute and I worked as a Health promotion coordinator through my career. I began working out 26 years ago when I was 14 years old and a freshman in high school. Over the years I would fade out in my consistency and dedication. In recent years as I’ve grown older I decided that my health and fitness should be a priority. I began to focus on rest, on workouts and on my diet. I do not believe in crash diets snd fads. I believe in lifestyle and long term solutions. I also love the opportunity to motivate and help others. There is an obesity epidemic in this country and I want to do what I can to motivate people to make their health a priority and to meet their goals. There are many paths to health and fitness, but two principles are necessary and that is focus and consistency. Every workout, every meal, there has to be a plan and an end goal in sight. Focus is not easy, but with the right motivation abs the right support system, anyone can make progress and reach their goals. I want to make the world a better place. I want to make people happy and able to live happy, fruitful and long lives. I don’t think age, race, gender or anything else should be a barrier. When we are focused and consistent, there is nothing we cannot do. We Got This!