We pride ourselves in being able to specialize in the tough cases of weight management, sports nutrition, vegetarians, flexibility training, and strength training.
We are a results-oriented nutrition and fitness business and offer a variety of services that can meet your needs as an individual, group, or company in the Austin, TX area and beyond. What separates us from other personal trainers, registered dietitians, and nutritionists is that we are all at the same time and able to provide expert services as a dual professional.
Maybe you have tried other trainers and nutritionists and aren’t getting the results you want. Maybe you are new to making a healthy lifestyle a priority in your life and want to not waste any more time or precious motivation navigating the confusing marketing and trends that the fitness industry and supplement stores would have you believe to make a profit.
We are not here to sell supplements, gimmicks, or quick fixes. We take the guesswork out of getting you results and can support your progress in the war against personal habit change. We employ coaching, counseling, and education in our services.
Joey Gochnour, BS, BS, MEd, RDN, CSSD, CSOWM, LD, NASM-CPT is a licensed dietitian in the state of Texas, registered dietitian nutritionist, board certified specialist in sports dietetics, board certified specialist in obesity and weight management, exercise physiologist, and certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
He completed two BS degrees at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park in kinesiology and nutritional sciences as well as a minor in Spanish. Upon graduation, Joey attended graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin, completing a master’s of education in kinesiology: clinical exercise physiology while completing the additional accredited dietetics coursework and competitive 1200-hour internship to become a registered dietitian.
Joey has worked in a variety of positions during his 9 year journey of education, including working as a personal trainer for RecSports at UT, where he taught the ACE Personal Training Instruction course, teaching new trainers the physiology and biomechanics of training.
He has worked as a teaching assistant for the UT Nutrition Department for two and a half years, teaching lab courses for nutrition assessment, nutritional sciences, food science, community nutrition, and introduction to nutrition for majors and non-majors. Joey has also tutored UT athletes in physical science, physics, biology, physiology, exercise physiology, nutrition, and biomechanics for two years while also teaching new tutors how to tutor.
He completed his undergraduate final senior 275-hr kinesiology practicum with JM Chiropractic in Houston and learned about the profession of chiropractic, creating a stability and core exercise 3-stage progression program for clients, and also learning PNF stretching and myofascial release techniques. Joey’s master’s internship was completed at UT Athletics in sports nutrition, working mostly with football and baseball.
Joey’s personal athletic background includes being a year-round swimmer from childhood until retiring as a walk-on at Penn State. He lettered 6 times between water polo and swimming in high school at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory in Houston, TX. During graduate school, Joey became a specialist in strength training, which led him to dabble in gymnastics. Joey has also run up to a half marathon, which he says is far enough for him!
Joey really enjoys working with the general population because of seeing how very small changes in lifestyle yield big results. Joey likes to specialize in weight management, sports nutrition, vegetarian and vegan nutrition, strength training, flexibility training, men’s nutrition, and nutrition and exercise therapies for medical conditions. He works in-person services in the greater Austin, TX area.
In his free time, Joey enjoys movies, working out, lifting, swimming, running, riding his bike, being with friends, kayaking, hiking, keeping up with tech, political, and business news, TED Talks, commenting on nutrition and exercise-related topics, YouTube, Netflix, computer gaming, board gaming, mobile VR gaming (Daydream), trampoline parks, adult gymnastics classes, and open gyms.
Joey is a member of the following professional dietetic practice groups: