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Marc Digesti

Performance Coach | Founder | President

 

Biography

"I help average Joes and Janes, athletes and executives reactivate themselves physically and mentally, by getting them back on track after years of building their craft— but at the same time, not letting their health, lifestyle, and mindset become compromised.”

Marc Digesti has been in the strength and conditioning industry and personal training industry for more than 13 years.  During his time in the industry, he has been the performance coach for these top-tier organizations: United States Disabled Ski Team, Olympic Training Center, 2-top 10 personal trainers facilities in the US, Athletes Performance/Core Performance, and a Consultant for: Team Babur Race Team, Northstar Ski Instructors, Reno PD, NASTC Tahoe, Spanish Springs Football, Independent Ski Racing Team, Wellgate Project Redding, and Motivate U-Hometown Health.

"My objectives for Performance EDU Fitness are to bring the same techniques, culture, attitude, service, methods, philosophy and Coaching used to maximize performance amongst the top performing athletes in the world"

Marc works as a consultant to many high performers and companies- offering insights and strategies to improve performance and improve their life.

Marc has formulated progressive programs and strategies to improve mobility, increase stability, increase speed-strength-power ration’s and improve body composition for maximal performance.

"My goal with everything we do at Performance EDU is to expand the category of performance; focusing on methods to enhance performance, goals, and outcomes. With training, there are guaranteed results. Be accountable to the process" - Marc Digesti

Marc’s passion and energy for his brand are contagious, but he is more passionate about his people.  Marc is known for his attention to detail on the day to day operations, his program design, his coaching and his staff.  Marc’s favorite quote is “inspire greatness in others”

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