You may be cool, but you're not two similarly colored blue shirts cool
I am Andrew Morris and I help my clients work around previous injuries and other issues to help them reach their goals while they become the best versions of themselves. Technically what I do is often considered post rehab, but in truth almost everyone has some ache or pain that has held them back at some point. I have clients that have overcome meniscus repairs, sciatica, tennis elbow, FAI and are working toward new PR's. Others might be working on getting on and off the ground a little better. Regardless, I believe that they are savages because one of the definitions is to be fierce and ferocious. When you chase a goal regardless of what it is, that is the intensity that is required to get there. Being a savage requires getting stronger, and building strength is one of the best corrective exercises.
The picture above is of me right before I went into the hospital. I was about 155 pounds and was down roughly 30 total pounds in just over a month. This rapid weightloss was not the results of some magic pill, it was a result of Diabetes. I was diagnosed as a late onset Type 1 Diabetic in February of 2016 but had probably been going through it since my last year or two of college. As odd as it sounds this has actually been a blessing to me. There are upwards of 80 million people that are prediabetic, as well as type 1 and 2. I hope to use this disease as a way to help an under served group of people with unique struggles.
I love deadlifts, cats, Star Wars, comics (Spider-Man is the best), hate spiders (makes sense that I love Spider-Man right?), and am pretty sure my body is more coffee than water at this point.