Antonio Gurule began working in the health and fitness to inspire people to move. But, his motivation really goes beyond simply helping others, as he has a strong interested in reaching people on a different level.
Finding out what motivates each one of his clients and patients is an integral component to treating and training them as a chiropractor and strength coach. He strives to create an environment where others feel motivated and excited to reach new levels, and in turn, encourage others around them to also reach for their goals and to be happy, strong, and healthy.
Antonio believes that everyone can and should enjoy a life full of happiness and adventure. Humans interact through movement, and what better way to live and interact than to learn how to move better! To be stronger! To be mobile! To be you!
Gain Mobility | Get Stronger| Move Better
Antonio received a Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder just outside of Louisville and Lafayette Colorado, where he met his wife and business partner Nichelle. He has been involved in many aspects of health and fitness over his years at CU, and was also a student intern for the Sports Medicine program of which he worked directly with the football team and basketball teams, and ultimately lead him into becoming a chiropractor at Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California.
Antonio is certified in Graston Technique ®, FMT I & II and PMT through RockTape ®, trained in Active Release Technique ® (ART), holds a positions as a CrossFit Level 1 Coach, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), certified in the Functional Movement Screen ® (FMS), and trained in the Select Functional Movement Assessment® (SFMA).
These various certification and training modules gives Antonio a diverse background and knowledge of various types of methods to treat and train, as a chiropractor, those who seek guidance and care from him.
His is an enthusiastic student of the body constantly looking for new and innovative ways to challenge his body whether it be through, kettlebells, CrossFit, Olympic lifting, and functional training, and Indian Clubs, or exploring the mountains and trails surrounding Louisville and Lafayette Colorado.
During his free time Antonio loves to spend time outdoors with his wife Nichelle, sone Bodie, and his dog Sawyer. He enjoys all adventures of Colorado including rock climbing, mountain biking, snowboarding, camping, and attempting to learn how to unicycle.
“A Body in Motion Will Remain in Motion.”
— Isaac Newton