No PUSH without sacrifice

Until I injured myself doing a squat, I was relying on the feedback of my gym partner and my gut feeling to guide me through my training. While recuperating, I started researching tools that could add insight to my training but found none that were adequate, affordable, and user-friendly. So I decided to build one.

To build PUSH, I had to quit my full-time job at, Artez Interactive. I really enjoyed working with everyone there, but I had to make the difficult decision to have the time to build something from scratch.

So far, I have not been disappointed. I enjoy every minute of working on PUSH. Yes it is difficult at times and I struggle with whether I’ve made the right decision to go out on my own, but then I look at what I’ve learned so far and at what I have ahead of me and realize I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.