The philosophy behind Train Rugged is rooted in the undeniable link between the body and the mind. As humans, we are in a constant state of flux; shifting back and forth between mental and physical experiences. At times, these processes work beautifully in sync. At other times, there are gaps in the connection between what our minds want and how our bodies act.

My goal is to bridge that gap and solidify those connections through increased bodily awareness.

About Rob

functional fitness

My name is Rob and I’ve been fascinated by human movement  and behavior all my life.  As a health practitioner, I prioritize restoring joint efficiency / adaptability, and vitality to my clients.  Longevity of health is my guiding principle, and I accomplish this by rebuilding the quality of your connective tissues. I conduct my work under the doctrine of sustainability while focusing my efforts on joint repositioning and muscular development. My mission is simple: train the body closer to homeostasis by dialing in on one’s alignment, biomechanics, and lifestyle. This work hopes to help others move forward without going backward, achieve gain without loss, and access more of themselves for the long game of life.


Rob's Health Blog

How Training Works

YOUR SOLUTION TO TRAINING, REHAB, PREVENTING INJURIES, OR JUST IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF YOUR BODY! Train Rugged is a protocol of physical training and bodywork that allows optimal functioning and…

Reflections From A New Dad

I'm a first-time parent with a two month old baby. A heads-up, this post is coming from a biased perspective from somebody who's in the training industry. However it's also…

Physical Health

In my fifteen years of being a part of the exercise and health community the subject of acquiring and improving one's health is something that most people all agree on.…


I understand how important it is to get to know your bodyworker and trainer before committing to any length of fitness or therapy program. I’m happy to offer a free consultation where we can get to know each other, assess your physical condition, discuss your vision and otherwise see if we’re a good fit to work together.