I’m a regular superhero-loving, family guy that got bit by the endurance bug, I was hooked. I used to run and bike for fun, but it wasn’t structured, and I lacked goals. I became interested in how to become a better athlete and how to safely train. I furthered my physical therapist training and began to specialize in the biomechanics and sports science specific to endurance training. The endurance world was a big part of who I was becoming. It became part of my lifestyle.
At some point, everyone endures life’s challenges. When mine came, endurance training was the perfect medicine to keep my mind straight. I realized how important it is for me to train. I became stronger physically but more importantly mentally. Training is much more than competing. It’s not just something to check off my bucket list; it keeps me grounded.