Chris is a father of two kids, soon to be 3. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 2008-2012 and that is where he developed his passion for fitness. After the military Chris got certified as a personal trainer through NASM and began helping others take control of their health and fitness.
As a kid, no one in Chris's family made health a priority and they suffered from a myriad of health issues as a result of poor nutrition, lifestyle habits and lack of exercise. This included his own Dad who had a heart attack at 50 years old.
When Chris became a Dad in 2012 he knew that he wanted to set a better example and that is when he truly gained his passion for pairing Fatherhood and Fitness.
Chris is now a member of several Dad’s groups online, including his own group “The Driven Dad” where he helps Dad’s work on their health and fitness goals in addition to training a number of Dad’s directly.
Chris is committed to helping men improve their health and fitness and ultimately their life so they can maximize their roles as husbands, fathers and men.