My first experience with Connor was a good indicator of his character and personal values.
I had been introduced to rock climbing by my girlfriend, and I was thinking about taking it up as a new hobby, so I decided to stop by a new local gym that was under construction (workers were rushing around when I arrived) scheduled to open for business the following day... In the midst of the hustle and bustle of trying to get everything ready for a grand opening I asked if I could stand just inside the door to see what the place would look like, and I was told to wait just a moment while a construction worker grabbed someone that worked there... a moment later Connor appeared, and proceeded to take me on a grand tour - all the while painting vivid mental pictures of what it all would be like when finished, and what the future held. His kindness, and patience - not to mention the generous way he shared his time - all spoke of the way he took care of his customers, and his friends.
That was several years ago... since then he has been helpful, wise, encouraging, patient, kind, and continues to be someone I look forwards to seeing - no longer just for his wise tips, but his friendship.
If you are considering his personal training, please remember that between his personal successes, and his ability to train a competitive team of climbing athletes he has the ability to take you to the next level and beyond. However, he will do so in a laid back, low pressure way that will surprise you, and put you at ease...