With more than 20 years of dedicated service to the Eastside communities of Columbus Ohio, David offers a unique and diversified perspective on fitness and wellness programs. David graduated from Bishop Hartley High School in Columbus, Ohio where he received 8 varsity letters in both track and football. He was voted high school All-American in football in 1985 & 1986 and was ranked in the top 25 blue chip prospects in the nation. Additionally, he held 9 state championship titles and was selected as a Track & Field All-American in 1986. David later went on to receive a B.S. in Kinesiology from The University of Michigan where he attended on a full athletic scholarship. He was a three-year starter (36 consecutive starts) and won 4 big ten championships under the guidance of legendary Big 10 coach, Bo Schembechler. Upon graduation, David was drafted by the New England Patriots in 1991 and played professionally for three years.
In 1993 David founded the Key Body & Fitness Corporation by offering personal training, athletic skill enhancement, Aerobics and group exercise classes. He quickly gained the reputation as one of the best fitness instructors in central Ohio.
David is most proud of the Key Body athletic strength and conditioning program. This program has produced more than100 collegiate and professional athletes. In addition, David performs as a consultant for several media venues, clubs and exercise facilities in and around Central Ohio. David has helped thousands of individuals over the years become healthier and happier individuals. He looks forward to his continued dedication to the fitness industry and the Columbus Eastside community.
David Key is currently not instructing any classes.