I’ve always been extremely passionate about everything I do. Parkour is no different. I first started training in October of 2008.
When I was just weeks old, I was diagnosed with the genetic disease known as Cystic Fibrosis. A life long disease that affects the lungs and pancreas. Growing up I was in the hospital frequently and had a hard time completing high school. When I was 17 I had to drop out of high school and immediately I got my G.E.D.
The last 7 years of my life have been dedicated to teaching, learning, and doing movement. I have competed in several Red Bull: Art of Motion events, performed at many venues for large companies such as GameStop, JEEP, and AT&T, and have traveled to many places to teach and train with athletes around the world.
However, my biggest accomplishment thus far, has been opening my own training facility in Grand Junction, CO. The Move to Inspire Parkour Facility has been a huge project for me. We’ve created a platform for teaching, creating, and developing strengths and understanding the human body and it’s capabilities. I hope to continue pushing Parkour, my personal movement, and as many individuals as I can to help create a beautiful future for movement as a whole!