Growing up in Arizona, Tim found athletics as a way to compete and develop his interpersonal skills. Graduating from Dobson High School in Mesa, AZ, Tim competed in several sports such as Football, Soccer, Baseball and Track and field. He earned a Varsity Letter 7 times in sports beginning as a Sophomore, earned Team Captain and All-District Honors in Football and still holds current school records for weightlifting and shot-putt. He found his calling in Football, played at Scottsdale CC and later earned a D-1 scholarship to play at the University of Louisiana (Monroe, LA). At ULM, Tim earned the title of Team Captain, Player of the Week, Academic Athlete of the Year and started his 2 years on the team at Fullback and Defensive End against some of the toughest teams in the SEC, WAC, Conference USA and Big 10.
Earning his Bachelors of Science with Honors in Business Management from ULM, Tim quickly found a position with a commercial construction company in Irvine, CA, he then later relocated back to Arizona in 2004. Keeping his passion for fitness and athletics on the front of his mind, Tim and his wife Erin put together the initial plans to open up Pulse Fitness in 2008. Tim wanted to create an environment not found in the Commercialized Big Box gyms found all over the United States. He wanted something different. A facility that focused on Personal Training and helping the fine members of his community achieve their fitness goals.
Pulse Fitness opened in August of 2009 and has essentially has changed how training is done in the local area. Pulse Fitness’ methodology is structured around Functional Training, getting clients up on their feet moving in multiple directions and using the body the way it was designed to be used. Staying away from fixed plane equipment and training the body functionally allows the opportunity to fix movement patterns and reduce/eliminate injuries while delivering the most efficient workouts and programs found in the industry today.