He believes that as humans, we are made to move a lot, in as many ways as possible – to walk, to crawl, to lift our children, hang from trees, squat down, and hike mountains. Yet, we live in a time where being a human is getting harder. We have little time to move or take care of ourselves.
Will came into the world of health of fitness very ‘dehumanized’. He suffered from anxiety during college and realized he was losing his ability to move well. To change his outlook on life he began going for walks and eventually made his way to the gym where he started strength training. Next was yoga, gymnastic training, and anything else that allowed him to use his body in unique ways. He became captivated by movement and the human form.
After seeing how much of an impact health and fitness had on his life Will decided that he wanted to share that with others. After graduating from college, he went on to become a certified personal trainer and yoga instructor.
He loves helping others achieve their goals, whatever they may be. He is always learning, drawing from the knowledge of others, and using his own training experience to give clients the best experience possible.
A unique aspect of Will’s fitness is in not owning a couch. It sounds strange but his mobility went through the roof when he gave up the sofa and had to learn to get comfortable sitting in a squat and on the floor. You don’t have to go to his extreme, but it goes to show there is ample opportunity to work on your fitness if you’re willing to make a few sacrifices.
When Will isn’t in the gym he fills his time with anything that grabs his attention. He loves to learn new things; his interests vary but whatever hobby he pursues he dives in head first. You can find him in the woods on the weekends, experimenting with new spices in the kitchen, or playing bluegrass and folk music whenever he gets a chance. Recently he has taken up trying to roast his own coffee beans and has been mostly unsuccessful.