Growing up I was very active. During my senior year I partially tore my medial meniscus playing soccer. This injury sidelined me from not only the sport that I love to play but made it hard for me to participate in day to day activities like walking up stairs. Tearing my meniscus dashed my hopes of playing soccer in college and in adult leagues with my friends. In 2010 I elected to get surgery to repair my knee. When I started my rehab after surgery I felt weak and broken. I did not think that I would ever be at 100% again. The longer I spent in rehab the stronger I became. Until feeling as good as I did before getting surgery. Ever since my doctor gave me the OK to train again. I haven't stopped since. My success in rehabbing my knee ignited a passion in me to share the sense of accomplishment I got from rehab with other people. I went out and did everything I could to further my training education. I read and studied everything I could and used myself as a guinea pig. I got started on my NASM CPT certification and am continuing my education in corrective exercise and sports performance. With all this said, I have come up with one point of view, and outlook to provide myself and others with. "Where there is weakness, there is only room for strength."
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