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My name is William Holloway, I was born on October 25th in 1974, and raised in Fort Lauderdale Fl. Growing up I played multiple sports such as baseball, football and basketball. By the time I was 23yrs old, I started competing in high level power lifting competitions from 1997-2008. I had a squat of 501lbs, bench press of 374lbs, and a dead lift of 523lbs. Therefore, I had a grand total of 1398lbs which put me at an elite level of men open with a 140lb body weight. During that time, I was training at Fox Personal Training in Fort Lauderdale from 1998-2000. Then from 2000-2004 I began training at the Jewish Community Center (JCC) in Boca Raton FL. Finally, from 2004 to now I’ve been training at Get Fit Wellington and within that time I also have gotten CrossFit certified in 2009.
I am 24 and South Florida born and raised. I played all sports growing up, but focused on the Palm Beach Central's Girls Varsity Football team and Cross Country in high school. I ran CC for Florida Atlantic University and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Hospitality Management. I started CrossFit in July 2011 in order to help my conditioning on my half marathon times, but ended up falling in love with this sport more than running. After years of competing locally and climbing up the ladder, I now rank in the Elite level and travel across the country for events. I was drafted to the National Pro Grid League's Miami Surge in 2015 and continue to play today. I have qualified top 30 in the CrossFit Games Open for the SouthEast Region in 2015 and 2016, competing in Regionals on a team both times. In 2016, Team Hustle Hard and I ranked second in our region to qualify for the CrossFit Games in Carson, California. So far, my certifications include CrossFit Level One, CrossFit Mobility, and Pendlay Olympic Weightlifting.
David is certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as both a Personal Trainer and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. David’s passion for fitness began during his youth while participating in various athletics, and later at SUNY Cortland where he played lacrosse. Upon graduating college David worked in finance for several years until eventually deciding that his passion for health and fitness was too important to him, and so he left finance to become a personal trainer. As a trainer David has worked in the fitness industry for over 10 years and has assisted men and women of all ages to reach and exceed their desired physique His approach to training emphasizes a highly personalized service to effectively match each client's unique abilities with their training programs. In addition to this David believes in educating his clients about their respective programs and fitness in general so that his clients will be better prepared to continue with their training when their business relationship ends, as eventually they all do. And lastly, David 100% believes that in order for training to be effective that it has to be enjoyable, and he approaches each session with enthusiasm, gentleness and humor while striving to offer the best training experience possible.