Aaron comes from a diverse exercise practice and coaching background. Sometime in high school, he says he developed a deep passion for sports performance and training which lead to him graduating Bowling Green State University with a degree in exercise science and an undying passion for coaching and studying personal wellness. Since then he has coached people of all ages, including high school and college athletes, adults and elders looking to become healthier and more functional, as well as physically and mentally disabled individuals. From personal training to speed coaching and sports performance coaching, Aaron has studied and practiced all forms of one-on-one and group coaching.
But it wasn’t long after his first internship that he realized the values, teachings and practice of CrossFit most aligned to how he believed someone should train to become their best, healthiest self. In his 5th year of being a certified CrossFit coach, Aaron could not be more excited to be part of the CTOWN staff, a fitness community that embodies the soul of his fitness practice – with attention to each and every individual as an individual, understanding that what is experienced here could change—and in some cases save—each life that is touched.