Danielle Aromashodu, born and raised in Miami, FL, has always had a love for all things sports and outdoors. Having parents that both played sports throughout college and a brother that is a former NFL player, she was eager to follow in her family’s footsteps. She began running track and field in elementary school and continued on to compete as a Division I NCAA track and field athlete at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. She was a gold medalist within FAU’s conference in the 400-meter hurdle event for three consecutive years.
During her undergraduate studies at FAU, she majored in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. In the Spring of 2014 she received her Bachelor’s degree and shortly afterwards began graduate school. She received her Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology in the Spring of 2016.
Danielle has a passion for training others and witnessing the progression that the human body can accomplish through regular exercise. She has had the opportunity to train seniors, children, and professional athletes. Currently she serves as SoFlo PT’s physical therapy technician. Her goal is to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy and serve the community of South Florida.