Clay Whiddon was born and raised in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and attended the University of Colorado obtaining his Bachelors in Human Biology in 2010. He has spent the first couple of years after college working as an EMT both in a clinic and on top of a 14,110 ft mountain called Pikes Peak. Clay Moved to Utah in February of 2012 to pursue a dream of Physical Therapy, and finished his Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification in the mean time.
He has always been an athlete, he still enjoys playing sports from golf, to hockey, football, soccer, rugby, he spent 9 years competing for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club as a mogul skier, and spent 3 years competing professionally as a whitewater kayaker. His background with so many various types of sports gives him experience into what physical aspects would have to be focused on for training. Clay spends most of his time lifting weights, golfing, and exploring the beautiful Utah mountains by foot or mountain bike.
Clay’s opinion is that regular exercise is the catalyst for healthy eating, and lifelong fitness. Exercise should be pertinent to your life or sport’s needs and should not be something that you dread doing. Clay believes in safety, function, and fun!