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Shane is the CEO and founder of GotROM.com – a website dedicated to helping athletes fix injuries and get flexible. He is a Certified Massage Practitioner (CMP), Strength & Conditioning Coach, and Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES).
Since 2010, after suffering a traumatic back injury, due to an underlying hip condition called femoroacetabular impingement, Shane has been intensively studying various healing modalities (PNF stretching, Joint Mobility, Yoga, Massage, Chiropractic, Physical therapy, etc) to learn how to heal and optimize the functioning of the athletic body, and in 2013 he began teaching his system and methods to thousands of athletes who have benefited from his unique approach.
He is the creator / co-creator of over 12 popular online programs, including The FAI Fix, which are helping thousands of people around the world fix pain, correct posture and improve their flexibility & mobility.
Shane’s educational journey began at Central Michigan University in 2003, where he studied Dietetics and Kinesiology and graduated with Honors. A competitive internship with the Strength and Conditioning Department allowed him to work with collegiate athletes in sports ranging from football, soccer, track and field, wrestling and baseball. This “in-the-trenches” experience, on top of his foundation of nutrition, anatomy, bio-mechanics and human physiology further increased Shane’s enthusiasm for the human body, fitness and rehabilitation.
Shane’s professional career has been further accelerated by training with Olympians, working with elite level coaches and athletes, as well as prominent trainers and physical therapists. These mentors have shaped his critical thinking and eye for the small but crucial details of training. Shane is a member of the NSCA and got certified as a USAW Level 1 Club Coach.
Shane’s most important qualifications pertaining to FAI are:
- He has FAI (cam morphology)
- He also has labral damage and a subchondral cyst
- He used to have a lot of pain and movement problems...but no longer does.
- The video above is a snapshot of his journey out of FAI