Reed Hrynewich
Movement Specialist

Growing up Reed was always an athlete with his two most successful sports being golf and hockey. Throughout high school, Reed was an all-state hockey player and golfer leading him to receive a Michigan High School Athlete of the Year award. Growing up he always wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a professional athlete; for this reason, he attended The University of Michigan on a golf scholarship looking to improve his golf game while earning a great college degree. During his career at the University of Michigan he would make it to the round of 64 in The United States Amateur Championship, help Michigan improve their national ranking for 4 consecutive seasons, and become the Michigan Amateur stroke play champion.

When his college career was finished, Reed played in a handful of professional golf tournaments before his goals and ambitions started to take a turn. He suffered an overuse injury from the combination of too much golf and improper training. This made him begin to recognize the vast array of knowledge involved in training athletes properly. Motivated to help athletes (specifically golfers) prevent injuring themselves as he did, he joined Premier Fitness Systems and has been training since the start of 2018.

Reed now uses his awareness of swing mechanics, prior playing experience, and PFS training knowledge to provide his clients with the most suitable training for their specific needs. He believes one of the best qualities of a trainer is having the versatility to train a vast array of athletes with success; to continue to improve in this area, Reed strives to educate himself with more certifications that he believes will help him reach his goals as a trainer.