A native from Newark, Delaware, Christopher Simpson graduated from Widener University majoring in Exploratory Studies and then went on to complete is coursework from Delaware Technical Community College as a Physical Therapy Assistant. Throughout his coursework, Christopher has developed a passion for assisting others in the fitness realm. His knowledge has expanded and afford him the opportunity to become certified in Personal Training, Strength and Weight Consulting, and a certified Kickboxing Instructor.

In 2008, Christopher became the Christiana High School Girls Cross Country and Track and Field coach. During his tenure there, in 2011, Christiana High School Girls’ Track and Field won their first Penn Relay’s 4×400 meter championship and all finished second in the state while setting two new school records. Christopher has shown a strong knowledge of sound principles and rules governing track and field as well as a commitment to students, community, and instructional leadership while promoting positive character.

In the year of 2010, Christopher was able to co-find and be the head coach of the Newark Elite Track Club which in the first three years on conception has increased to over 70 members.  This achievement meant a lot to Christopher but none more than 75 percent of his students furthering their careers, athletically and academically, on a collegiate level. His coaching only grew from that moment as he then transition to be Head Coach of the Glasgow High School Boys Track and Field team as well as the head coach of the girls cross country team and is currently the Goldey-Beacom College, Men’s and Women’s Track and Field assistant coach.

Being able to train and assist others is what drives Christopher every single day. His love for his clients and athletes is reciprocated has he was a finalist for the Delaware Readers’ Choice Awards in Personal Training in consecutive years for 2014 and 2015.