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Tom Chowanec lives for the outdoors. He grew up camping and riding motorcycles. He started racing motocross and BMX from 13-16, winning three regional nationals in that period. At 18, Tom was involved in a car vs. motorcycle accident with life threatening injuries. He spent 18 days in the hospital with 9 of those days in the Intensive Care Unit. Rehabilitation involved learning to walk again and multiple surgeries, including a shoulder replacement and a lower back spinal fusion from L4-S1. He is truly a person who understands what a patient goes through and the effect it can have one ones image and self esteem.
In April of 2000, Tom Chowanec became a certified trainer by the National Academy of Sports Medicine. He started working for Spectrum Club of Agoura Hills. In 2003, Tom left Spectrum to work at Agoura Fitness until 2005 making the decision to work at Body Logic Sports Therapy full time until late 2008.
Tom always had a vision to open his own training facility. In January of 2010, Conejo Dynamics opened its doors to the community serving his long time clients and athletes. Athletes in the community include Club Soccer, Baseball, Football, Volleyball, Tennis, Water Polo, Golf, Wrestlers, Track and Cross Country. With many of them earning scholarships to D1 and D3 Schools. With one local girl making the U17 Women’s National Soccer Team. Dr. Kyle Knox and Tom met in 2010 and began a working relationship to better serve the needs of the athletes and members of our great community. Tom is extremely passionate when it comes to the health and fitness industry, his desire to help the community achieve their fitness and wellness goals are a dream come true.
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