Chris Mogadam is an exercise physiologist and holds a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology, both from San Diego State University. Chris has over 20 years’ experience in exercise program development, teaching various conditioning classes, managing athletic and physical education programs, personal training to a wide variety of clients ranging from men’s Olympic volleyball players to cardiac rehabilitation patients, as well as health coaching geared towards rehab and preventative lifestyle modifications to battle chronic disease.
In his previous positions he has served as athletic director, athletic commissioner, director of physical education and health & well-being director. He has also created and implemented a volunteer program at the Seattle Humane Society called “Run Dog Run” in which volunteers exercise the shelter dogs during a four mile run, which helps the dogs feel more relaxed and increases their chances of getting adopted. This program is in its 5th year and if you are interested in finding out more visit the Seattle Humane Society website.