Drew Yoder has over 18 years of professional experience in sports medicine and as a personal trainer. During his journey he has obtained national certifications as an Athletic Trainer from the National Athletic Trainers Association and as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Recently he Studied at the Gray Institute as a Fellow of Applied Functional Science, Certified in Functional Manual Reaction, and is a Nike Golf Performance Specialist (NG360).
Drew had the privilege of serving in the Peace Corps in Jamaica. While there he was the head basketball coach for a community men’s basketball team and worked with another team as the sports performance specialist.
Drew’s scientific approach to personal training teaches the body more efficient and effective ways to move to obtain optimal health and wellbeing. Specialties include biomechanical faults and fixes assessments, performance enhancement training and golf specific training.
Drew enjoys playing most any sport ranging from basketball, recreational bocce ball, competitive kick ball, tailgate corn hole and of course golf. He continues to dream of being a Olympian just as soon as they add Corn Hole to the events!
Favorite foods would include Jerk Chicken and most anything that has spice to it. Growing up in Iowa I am a Hawkeye for life and cheer and continue to pull for them in football and basketball. However, since moving to Atlanta 10 years ago I now pull for all the home town professional home teams! The celebrity I most often get mistaken for is Pitbull. One of my favorite quotes is from Neale Donald Walsh, “The struggle ends when gratitude begins.”