MASTER PERSONAL TRAINER
Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I’m possible, so never give up.
— Audrey Hepburn
Patrick graduated from Delaware Technical College with an Associate’s Degree in Exercise Science and is continuing his education through the University of Delaware. He is certified in personal training through WITS (World Instructor Training) program and ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine). Patrick is also a Functional Movement Certified and believes that you should always be learning in anything that you do.
Patrick’s life, since the time that he could stand up, was focused around being active. He comes from a family of ice hockey players. Over the course of his career, he played baseball, hockey, golf, and lacrosse. He became the captain of a high level junior hockey team out of Philadelphia. Since then, he has continued that fitness-focused attitude. He enjoys lifting weights and has more recently become interested in running competitively. Outside of fitness, Patrick likes to spend his time kayaking, hiking, playing guitar, and golfing with family and friends.
Patrick also works as a middle school and high school ice hockey coach, which gives him experience working with all different age levels and abilities from youth to adults . After trying several life paths, fitness and helping people is the one that ultimately inspires him. Patrick seeks to spread his love of health and fitness to other people. He believes that everyone has the potential to lead a more fulfilling lifestyle through fitness, and sometimes you just need some help getting there. If you can set the goal in your mind, you can accomplish anything that you want to. Working out and being fit doesn’t have to be a chore. It is something that Patrick looks forward to every day, and he strives to help others feel the same way. He looks forward to meeting and helping you meet your goals.
A.S. Exercise Science
Sport Specific Training
Full-Body Blast in 5 Targeted Moves
Whether you are just starting off your fitness journey or have been working out for a while, being able to incorporate a full body workout is always beneficial.