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MEET Spencer Tatum

Southern Charm

with a universal connection

Spencer’s goal is that everyone he trains will feel like a kid again: feeling freedom and power in their movement and reconnecting with the believe that the impossible is possible. This passionate idea was sparked at a young age during Spencer’s discovery of his learning challenges, dyslexia and dysgraphia. Frustrated by the traditional education system and their inability to properly address his learning needs, Spencer found success, personal fulfillment and a path forward in athletic pursuits. Sports validated the hopefulness of his youth and that he could achieve his dreams. He discovered that physical training was an inroad to happiness and harmony in life and was inspired to share his experience. This passion fueled Spencer while he earned his degree in Exercise Physiology, achieved numerous personal athletic achievements, overcame injuries, earned multiple certifications and won a NCAA National Championship. He has been recognized as an expert in the training field by Golf Digest Top 50 Best Fitness Professionals and featured on CBS Sports, ESPN and as a performance spokesperson for Isagenix. Spencer has been honored to work with some of the best athletes in the world.

Train to Win

Move with power and freedom

Spencer believes that achieving your fitness and performance goals must start with understanding the art of movement. His training technique focuses the body from the ground up and from the core outwards in proper movement patterns. He uses multiple disciplines of training when designing programs and motivating people. Teaching the art of movement is his passion and his mission is to share it with the world. Spencer has performed at high levels in his athletic career and knows what it takes to win psychologically and physically. He lives in Scottsdale with his wife and is expecting his first child in 2019.

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