A former college athlete, powerlifting medalist, and current lead programmer for our kettlebell work, Kyle’s soft spoken demeanor is rivaled only by his intense inner drive to be the best he can be. If something is worth pursuing, it’s worth pursuing excellence in it. This is a basic philosophy that drives Kyle’s actions inside the gym and out, and a lesson he imparts on everyone that he coaches. Kyle is humble, a relentlessly hard worker and an obsessive learner who craves constant betterment in what he knows, and how he can expose greatness in others.
How old are you and where are you from?
I am 30 and originally from Westfield, Mass.
How long have you lived in San Diego and what brought you here?
6 years. I am from a small town in Western Massachusetts and San Diego seemed like paradise when I visited in 08’.
When did you start coaching at the gym?
What do you hope to accomplish with someone when coaching?
To turn on that light bulb when correcting a movement and motivate someone to push past what they thought they are capable of.
Describe your own personal philosophies with fitness and nutrition?
Balance. Working hard and having discipline makes everything else better.
Are there any personal results or transformations you’ve achieved through fitness that you’d like to share?
In my time with the gym, I’ve been able to complete a sub 6’ mile, 51” box jump, set personal bests in all major lifts and place 2nd in a Powerlifting competition. I love that you’re able to achieve completely different kinds of goals, here.
Where are you going locally to destroy food, and what are you ordering?
Recently, Tap Room for buffalo wings and a burrito in that order.