Tell me how you first got involved with Power Hour 360?
“I had a conversation with a personal training client and he asked me why personal training wasn’t my full-time gig for the moment. I didn’t really have a good answer for him and that evening I got an email about an opening at a new gym (ph360). So you could say it was either fate or the internet!”
DID YOU KNOW?
Fun fact: My coach during my professional career was widely regarded as “rugby 7’s Michael Jordan”
What has surprised you most about teaching at Power Hour 360?
“How fun the classes are.”
What might someone be surprised to know about you?
“I speak many languages and play many instruments.”
Tell me about something or someone who has influenced your passion for fitness and personal training?
“I loved all things fitness growing up because I regularly got to prove myself wrong about what I thought was impossible. My passion for fitness comes from pushing past mental barriers, and every person I work with honestly inspires me in their own way. Seeing people achieve more than they thought they could is incredibly rewarding. How could you not get fired up about that?!”
FINAL QUESTION: What would you tell someone thinking about joining Power Hour 360?
To Potential Trainers:
- It’s a great community to be a part of, and an awesome place to go to work every day.
To Potential Members:
- The only thing you have to lose is the Lbs!
Andy grew up on the front range of Colorado and spent his developmental years playing just about every sport and hiking his way around the mountains. He began his professional fitness journey when he was 15 years old working as an intern at a CrossFit gym. He continued on that path through high school, working his way up as one of the head coaches.
While attending Colorado Mesa University he was recruited to play collegiate rugby and captained his team the following three years. While in college, Andy started a strength and conditioning company based around training high school athletes preparing for the next level of competition, as well as general personal training.
In 2018 he decided to move to Seattle, and weeks later made the jump. After moving he began working with Atavus Rugby, coaching youth rugby and running athlete training camps. He also qualified for a professional rugby 7’s circuit in which his team finished second in the nation. He shared the field with Olympians and played alongside many of the Seattle Seawolves.
Andy has worked with athletes of all variations and clients ranging from 3-98 years old for nearly a decade. He shares his passion for human performance with a deep love for outdoor adventure and music.