Prior to joining FPC, Luke was a certified personal trainer who worked as a health coach for a wellness center.
With a bachelor’s degree in biology, he has a passion for health and wellness and sharing that passion with FPC clients.
“I was doing great work and helping a lot of people at the wellness center,” Luke said. “But I realized my impact could be so much greater if I taught others how to do what I was doing.”
We sat down with Luke to find out what inspires him personally and professionally.
Q: Tell us about your family.
A: My family is amazing. I am very close to both of my brothers and my parents. We frequently get together, and my brothers and I sometimes take bro trips together.
Q: How will your role impact the health of patients across the country?
A: By helping practitioners improve their marketing, they will be able to get in front of more people and help move more people into health and wellness. Also, by helping practitioners have a thriving practice, they will role models for their community and help shift the health of their communities one person at a time.
Q: Who is your role model?
A: That’s a tough one since there are multiple people who come to mind. But one would be Ben Greenfield Fitness. He has my favorite health and wellness podcast, and I have learned a lot from his content over the years.
Q: How do spend your time outside of work?
A: Enjoying the outdoors doing activities such as working out, playing with my dog, Duke, frisbee, hiking, camping, paddle boarding, reading. As well as making memories with loved ones.
Q: What is your favorite book and why?
A: I have read so many different personal development books for different areas of life that it is tough to just pick a single book, but I would probably have to go with “THINK and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon Hill. It is a classic. It’s where the success philosophy comes from and what so many of the other books are based on. Because of that, I have to go with the original.
Q: If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
A: Well the cliché answer would be the power to have all of the super powers, but my more human answer would be to learn faster. Think about it, if you could learn, read, and process information faster, you could get so much more done in all areas of life.
You’d be able to master any field quickly, so you could be wildly successful and then because of that you could help so many people. You would have an incredible amount of influence and the world would be a better place.
Q: Where’s your “happy place?”
A: Easy. In the mountains in Colorado, preferably near Crested Butte. I’d be hiking somewhere remote, being fully present and taking in God’s creation.