“Growing up in Dallas, TX, I was a very active youth; Tae Kwon Do, tennis, cross country, cycling, swimming, fishing, skiing, it didn’t matter, I was always outdoors and on-the-go! I began Tae Kwon Do when I was 6 and was teaching classes by the time I was 14. At the age of 16 I became a certified lifeguard and started teaching swim lessons to all ages. I continued teaching both sports through my undergraduate degree and even competed with the Texas A&M Tae Kwon Do team at Collegiate Nationals in 2008 where I placed 3rd. After 20 years of competitive Tae Kwon Do, my body said it was time to move on.
In January 2010, I joined the Texas A&M University Triathlon Team where I was a member for 3 years. Training alongside current and former professional triathletes, I saw how hard work and dedication can transform the average to exceptional. I understand the load and dedication it takes to be your best, but I also understand sometimes the best laid plans need to go out the window. I am a father to three kids under 7, a husband, a small business owner and a full-time oceanographer, so I understand that sometimes a workout is just not possible, and that is OK.
To date, I have competed in over 100 endurance events ranging from running events, sprint triathlons and open water swims, to Ironman triathlons. Consistency is key and as long as you put in the work, you will see results. Having a trained coach by your side will help to maximize your efforts and let your hard earned results shine.”
- Texas A&M Grad
- Completed over 100 endurance events
- Trained along side several top AG and professional triathletes