In college Zach was a two-sport athlete, competing in both football and baseball. The origins of his approach toward fitness were derived from his experiences in sport, and the training that prepared him for competition. Since then, he has broadened his focus by exploring how fitness can improve people’s lives in a multitude of areas. Zach advanced his education and professional development by earning his master’s degree in Kinesiology- Sport Psychology and Motor Behavior, and through work in the University of Tennessee Athletic Department. Zach has a passion for integrating the mental and physical performance arenas to develop people holistically, and for the long-term, through effective behavior change and habit formation.