TTim’s Mission: Help Others Live Their

Best Lives

Tim’s Mission: Help Others Live Their Best Lives

This principle guides Tim in his training sessions and especially in his new SilverSneakers class, which he brought to Gold’s in July 2018 and has already grown from six students to 15. In his time as a trainer and instructor, he has seen his clients make huge strides.

He specifically shouts out Regina, a 60-year-old woman who has battled a brain tumor and stroke, among other ailments.

“She wasn’t the most physically gifted person when she came in, but she has more determination than anyone I’ve ever worked with,” he says. “In the past year, she’s gained so much strength and balance that she can get right back up when she falls to the ground. She’s remarkable.”

It’s all Tim ever wanted to do: help people get to where they should be, regardless of their age. “I’ve always believed that I don’t want to think about how old I am—I want to think about what I’m capable of doing,” he says. “And that’s how I want to encourage all people to live.”