Ross Boyles has always had a passion for sports. He was introduced to fitness and exercise in middle school by his coaches and friends who had the same interests. Playing sports in throughout high school only helped reaffirm that passion.
When it came time to choose a major in college, it seemed like a natural progression to continue on with something that would allow him to continue to be involved with athletics.With the help of his advisors and teachers, namely David Litt, Ph.D., ATC, Thomas Habegger, Ph.D., Don Laubenthal M.S. and the rest of the Sport and Exercise Studies Department at Columbus State, he was able to find an avenue to pursue his interests. “I credit them with helping me figure out how I could take the things I had always been interested in and turn that into a career that I really enjoy. They really helped to put me on the path I’m on today.”
After graduating from CSCC he transferred to Capital University to continue his education with a Major in Exercise Science. He graduated in 2010 with his Bachelor’s Degree.
“My focus now is helping people reach their fitness goals. I really enjoy working with people from all populations whether it’s and athlete, general population, youth or older adults. Being a part of their successes is the most rewarding thing to me.”