Harold Gibbons believes in you. I believe in you! My purpose as a coach is share opportunities to create the best life possible. That mindset has led me from the physical education classroom to Mark Fisher Fitness, where exercise has been elevated as an empowering tool to enrich the quality of our lives.
As the Director of Education at MFF, I’ve had the experience creating our Trainer-In-Residence Program, guiding our fitness team’s education for 2018, and writing personalized exercise programs and group training classes for over 800 of New York City’s most ridiculous humans. This unique experience has lead to a nuanced understanding of how we blend progressive exercise strategies and contemporary coaching concepts to create the most empowering experience for clients of all ages and ability levels.
That sounds pretty deep, right?
When I’m not striving to change the lives of the Ninjas at MFF, you can find me working to progress the fitness industry as an educator, as well as coaching clients interested in meaningful, lasting results.
My exercise background began with powerlifting, then I made the hard shift into mountain biking and cycling. When I’m not searching for more activities that allow us to enjoy the outdoors, I enjoy curling up on the couch with my wife and crying to This Is Us.
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I've averaged 40 miles of riding each week for the last 4 weeks. That much pedalling isn't really my cup of tea, though. The Utah rock garden you see here at @mountaincreekbikepark? That's my shot of espresso. For now my time is split between commuting, trail rides, and the pump track and jumps at @highbridgebikepark. When the opportunity for gravity days presents itself, you bet your ass I'll be ready. 📸 @jebphoto