RPM is a training community centered around changing the lives of others through fitness, habits and accountability. RPM focuses on bringing out the best version of YOU and ultimately becoming functionally fit.
When you're setting out to reach a goal, but find yourself running out of motivation, you need that extra fuel. RPM is a fitness, mindset, culture and lifestyle community that provides that extra fuel through accountability and discipline.
We're here to surround ourselves with like-minded individuals, who do hard sh*t and help those that don't have others to hold themselves accountable.
Andrew, a 27-year-old endurance athlete, coach, and entrepreneur, has an impressive background. As a former college football athlete and current law enforcement officer, he’s obtained valuable mental strength and fortitude. Recognizing the benefits of challenging himself, Andrew became inspired to share his passion with others, leading him to create a coaching community focused on transforming habits through fitness.
Not one to rest on his laurels, Andrew set his sights on an even greater challenge just 12 weeks later. He participated in a twelve-hour endurance race, pushing himself to run three times the distance he had ever attempted before. With an incredible display of determination, Andrew finished in third place, covering an astonishing 67.5 miles. His efforts were not in vain, as he also raised funds for the cystic fibrosis foundation, showcasing his commitment to making a positive impact on the world.
Eric, a 25-year-old former Walk-On Division 1 College Football athlete, has transformed himself into a remarkable hybrid athlete, coach, and real estate entrepreneur. Similar to Andrew, Eric embodies a mindset rooted in toughness, perseverance, and accountability. Many college athletes struggle to find their footing after their careers end, as they are suddenly faced with the absence of a strict schedule and structure that governed their lives for four or more years. This transition often leaves them in a state of uncertainty, wondering what their next steps should be. However, Eric has successfully navigated this challenge by discovering his purpose and embracing a daily and weekly routine that keeps him competitive.
Coach Ryan Horton is the owner and operator of Horton Barbell. He’s been a Strength and Conditioning Coach/Sports Scientist for almost 20 years. During his career, he has had the opportunity to work with some amazing organizations, coaches and athletes.Most recently, he worked for 3 years as the Director of Applied Sports Science with the Georgia Tech football team. There he ran the Catapult system to help maximize off-season and in-season training and practice plans. He also oversaw the sleep program using Oura Rings.He worked with the football coaches, strength and conditioning, athletic training and nutrition staff to help make data-driven decisions to optimize player performance.
Before Temple, Coach Horton served as the Director of Sports Performance at Elon University. There he oversaw the training for all 16 sports. Horton has also worked for Florida International University and Tennessee University. Coach Horton holds a degree in Exercise Science, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and was a four-year letter winner and captain of the football team at Otterbein College.