At age 75, Joe’s two biggest attributes that stand out are his condition and age. Joe began training at the early age of 17 when he wanted to build muscle and strength to overcome a lack of self-confidence. He accomplished my goal in less than one year.
Joe continued weight training on and off for the next three decades as his life and career got in the way, but he kept going back to training. It wasn't until the age of 50 that he got serious and was able to spend time training my body properly and thanks to an excellent personal trainer, Joe learned all the things he was doing wrong and how those mistakes caused his elbow tendonitis and shoulder pain. Once Joe learned proper form and techniques, with his intensity and focus, Joe transformed his body
to the condition he now enjoys. Since then, it has become his passion to work with others and show people how to exercise properly and attain their goals.
Joe’s biggest asset is his own age. Training since the 50’s, Joe has incredible knowledge and experience with aging bodies. “I know what the body is like when we get old; they can relate to me and most want to get stronger, feel good, and have a better quality of life. I can help them get there by using myself as an example.”
Having gone through shoulder and knee surgeries, Joe knows the importance of having a personal trainer during the rehabilitation process, and from his personal experience, Joe can succeed where most PT’s fail. According to Joe, if you ask aging adults what is most important as they age, most will say that keeping that independence and maintaining a good quality of life is what matter most, and that is what exercise can do for us.
Joe’s passion: to give back and help people get stronger, feel good, and have a full quality of life.
Certifications & Specialties
- ISSA Certified Fitness Trainer
- ISSA Specialist in Senior Fitness
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