Kyle is an Exercise Physiologist. He grew up in the small town of Erie, Illinois. At a young age he participated in a variety of sports. No matter what he was doing, he enjoyed being active. During his high school years he narrowed his competitive nature to focus on football and track and field. Kyle was a three-time state pole vaulter and sprinter. He became invested in learning about exercise and what he could do to perform at the highest level.
Kyle kicked off his college career at the University of Iowa and graduated with a BA in Health and Human Physiology with a focus on Exercise Science. As a student, he took advantage of the resources Iowa City offered to become a better Exercise Physiologist. While in school, Kyle trained and competed in his first Strongman competition. Through his studies and working at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Kyle gained valuable experience in exercise testing and prescription. Specifically, he worked in pulmonary rehabilitation testing aerobic capacity and helping patients improve strength and endurance. He said, “The connections I made with each patient and seeing their progress was most rewarding.”
As an Exercise Physiologist, Kyle is qualified to train clients ranging from elite athletes to high risk individuals such as having: cardiovascular, metabolic, renal, or pulmonary complications. Regardless of your current health and fitness level, Kyle is ready to assist in developing an exercise program tailored to your specific goals and interests.
My Fitness approach
- Functional Health
- Strength training
- Exercise Stress Testing
Kyle has adopted the ‘Exercise is Medicine’ philosophy. He has witnessed both unmotivated and motivated individuals improve their mental and physical health by engaging in exercise. It’s very beneficial to find a type of exercise you enjoy doing by yourself or with friends and family. Overall quality of life improves substantially. Kyle focuses on both health and skill related components of fitness. Through many years of training, he has learned to listen and take care of his body for living a happier and healthier life.