Drew grew up on a family farm in rural South Dakota. He pursued his BS in Exercise Science at South Dakota State University. He graduated with honors and met his wife. He continued his education at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a MS in Prosthetics & Orthotics. Drew has always been an active person participating in football, basketball, track, golf, and softball in highschool. This carried into
intramurals through college adding volleyball and wheelchair basketball. He has an extensive training
background as well, ranging from highschool athletes, to elderly, to post injury rehab. Drew and his wife now live in Franklin and spend their free time hiking, camping, biking, paddle boarding, or hunting.


Fitness is more than weights and runs. It is pushing yourself to unknown heights. Getting comfortable being uncomfortable. And finding out what you are truly capable of. It is a way of life.


  •  ACSM Exercise Physiologist
  •  MS in Prosthetics and Orthotics
  •  BS in Exercise Science
  •  AHA BLS, Peer Health Educator
  •  QPR Suicide Prevention


  •  Sports Specific Training
  •  Post Injury Rehab
  •  Gait Analysis
  •  Muscle Imbalance Recognition
  •  Functional Training
  •  Speed & Agility
  •  Orthotic or Prosthetic Care and Conditioning
  •  Cardiovascular/Respiratory Rehab

Favorite quote:
“Don’t count the days. Make the days count.” – Muhammad Ali

Guilty pleasure?
Pizza, beer, and ice cream

Fun Fact?
I milked a goat once.