Austin, TX, May 10, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Over the last four years, Aaron Knight, also known as the Austin Caveman, has focused his culinary and nutritional fitness efforts on cleaning up the standard modern diet and teaching as many people as possible to heal their bodies through their daily nutritional intake.
“By pairing my passion for creating accessible primal nutrition with classic functional fitness, I have embraced ‘using the world as my gym,’” says owner, Aaron Knight. “Training clients in both functional fitness and nutritional fitness is my passion.”
His approach to fitness is centered on functional movements that are, and have been, applicable to daily human mechanics throughout history. Although the environments modern humans have today are far easier to navigate and increasingly require little to no movement, the human body still needs to move in ways we have evolved doing for millennia.
The Austin Caveman partnered with Mark de Grasse and MegaMad Websites to launch the website. The Austin based online brand development firm designed the fitness and nutrition company’s website including the branding, blog set up and online store. MegaMad is now helping to drive traffic to the website.
“Aaron has a very solid fitness and nutrition philosophy that has generated results for himself and his clients," stated Mark de Grasse, owner of MegaMad Websites. "As the former Chief Fitness Officer of Onnit, I've worked with a lot of trainers and I believe he has something special. We were very happy to be able to help him build his new brand."
Mark de Grasse is the former editor and owner of My Mad Methods Magazine and the original Chief Fitness Officer of Onnit Labs. He helped create the Onnit Academy and Onnit Academy Level One Certification and currently partners with innovative fitness companies to bring their products to market. He is also the current owner and editor of Mad Fit Magazine.
Aaron is located in Austin, Texas and he coaches clients personally or remotely to suit the needs of each client. To learn more about the Austin Caveman, visit http://theaustincaveman.com.