Aaron has been involved in fitness since the age of 5, where he played soccer and basketball. He stopped playing soccer during his senior of high school so he could focus on his final year but in the process, he got out of shape and overweight. Once he got into college he studied on health and fitness and learned how important it was to work out and live a healthy lifestyle. This led him to major in kinesiology and he received his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas in 2011. In his final semester at North Texas, he enrolled in a class called, “movement of special populations” where he learned a practical approach to conducting physical activity programs for individuals with disabilities. While earning his degree, he also volunteered at a special needs daycare where he helped lead an exercise class. Since he has graduated, he has been a personal trainer for over seven years and has worked with a variety of clientele. His passion in life is helping people live a long and healthy life. When Aaron met his wife, she was working at an autism center and taught him about the autism spectrum. This greatly benefited when interacting with his nephew who was diagnosed with autism.
During his free time, he likes to spend time with my wife and two dogs. He enjoys traveling and taking vacations with his wife and living a healthy lifestyle.