After he parted ways the Fort Lauderdale Police Department in 2010, Justin Krashefski wanted to continue to help others, although in a lower-stress position. With additional training from his five years in the United States Coast Guard, he was at peak physical fitness.
He realized that through educating others on how to live a healthy lifestyle, he could continue to help people enhance their lives. When he began studying sports medicine and exercise science, Krashefski felt the fitness industry lacked a rigid and responsible approach to health and fitness.
He noticed that the consumers within the market had been stultified by new “trends” and “quick and easy” weight-loss strategies, and he wanted to share his military-based physical training with others. His time in the armed forces included rigorous workouts that included doing 29 push-ups in 60 seconds, 38 sit-ups in 60 seconds, running 1.5 miles in under 13 minutes, and treading water for 5 minutes.
Seeing the results in his body, Krashefski grew confident that he could motivate others to achieve similar results. This new observation in mind, Justin Krashefski enrolled in Keiser University and earned an Associate of Science degree in Sports Medicine.