David Harvick

David Harvick

My name is David Harvick and my love of fitness, nutrition and health/well-being started at an early age. I have always been an athlete and enjoyed sports as part of my life. Starting as a youngster and through college, I participated in organized sports and discovered the benefits of keeping the body healthy and strong. Through out high school I was a four-sport athlete (baseball, football, basketball and track). When attending college I was fortunate enough to play baseball at the collegiate level  while pursued my degree in Sports Medicine. I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer and possess my Corrective Exercise Specialist certification.

 I love working with both athletes and individuals who have specific goals they want to attain. I strive to teach every person I work with the tools, techniques and knowledge to reach their goals and maintain their success in the gym. This one-on-one relationship is a key component in the personal training experience. Choosing a trainer is a big decision for most people, and I truly feel that personality is a big factor in this decision. In my work, I focus to make the training time both challenging and fun by combining out-of-the-box exercises, encouragement to reach goals, and attention to the way the client’s body responds and reacts. Every individual is unique, and I want each client to feel that I am personally doing everything I can to use their time productively to achieve RESULTS! This is a partnership and I want to help you take it to the “next level”.

 I have worked with all varieties of people – people who want to loose weight, who want to get fit, who want to change eating habits, who are recovering from an injury – and ranging in age from 11–80 years old, variety is the name of the game in this profession…I love that challenge! The two areas I specialize in are Corrective Exercise and Functional Training. Corrective Exercise is the correction of any muscle imbalances that may be preventing the body from moving in its natural and proper state. A startling statistic – 60% of individuals who hire a trainer get hurt within the first six weeks because their muscle imbalances are not identified and addressed. Functional Training is important because it prepares and strengthens the body for everyday use and activity. Not only does this reduce the risk of injury, it also allows for better muscular balance and joint stability. Whether you are looking to tone up or prepare for more extreme exercise, Functional Training is for you. Not to mention it will be beneficial, challenging and yes fun too!

 I look forward to seeing you in the gym and helping you achieve the goals you desire. TOGETHER we can certainly take it to the NEXT LEVEL!

 Always remember, two are stronger than one!

Two are better than one because they have good reward for their labor. For if they fall, one will lift up the other. But woe to him who is alone when he falls, for he has no one to help him up.” (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10)





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