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Eric Hung

Eric Hung


Certified Personal Trainer

Eric grew up in San Francisco living a very active lifestyle. He has been training in martial arts, and competed in multiple sports such as football, track, and dragon boat racing throughout his life. Through these activities, Eric learned that improving in athletics not only strengthened his body, but also developed character traits such as discipline, commitment, and ownership that are transferable to all other aspects in life.

Going into college at UC Davis, Eric majored in neurobiology, physiology and behavior with the intention to eventually become a physical therapist. During his time at UC Davis, Eric worked as a personal trainer and strength training coach. He initially saw this job as a stepping-stone towards becoming a physical therapist, but after working with and impacting a multitude of people, he realized his passion for helping others grow stronger.

Despite being accepted to University of Pacific’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, Eric turned down this opportunity in pursuits of his new mission in life: to become the strongest version of himself and empower others to do the same through his expertise in strength and conditioning. Eric made the transition from personal training to group training so that he can serve and reach out to more people. Today, Eric is constantly looking for new ways to challenge himself in physical training and ultimately in his life. He aspires to open a strength gym in the SF Bay Area one day, so that he can continue supporting others in growing to become the strongest version of themselves.

  • University of California, Davis (UCD) – B.S. Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
  • American Council on Exercise (ACE), Certified Personal Trainer
  • American Council on Exercise (ACE), Sports Conditioning Specialist
  • Track and Field Sprints, Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • American Heart Association, CPR/AED certified

Favorite quote: “Do the thing, and you will have the power.” -Ralph Waldo Emerso