Cofounder & Performance Coach
- Exercise Science Degree, Western Michigan University
- CPT – Certified Personal Trainer
- PTA – Physical Therapist Assistant
- FAFS – Fellow of Applied Functional Science
- RPR 1 – Reflexive Performance Reset, Level 1
Patrick is a biomechanics performance coach, physical therapist assistant, and a former professional hockey player who graduated from Western Michigan University. In college, he served as an assistant captain and won the CCHA scoring title. He’s played for the Chicago Wolves (AHL) and Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL). He ended his career winning the Playoff Championship Crown with the Nottingham Panthers of the English Elite league.
In 2011, Pat interned with the Western Michigan University Strength and Conditioning Program. He became a Physical therapy assistant in 2017, giving him experience with injury prevention and rehabilitation training. Patrick built on experience with a 40-week applied functional science certification from Gray’s Institute. His diverse background provides our clients with a training advantage to prevent injuries, move at their best, or rehab from previous injuries.