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About Bobby Scott


Bobby Scott is the owner and founder of Heavy Metal Strength. Bobby is a life-long resident of the Mid-South. He grew up in Collierville and graduated from Collierville High School in 2007. As Bobby took the first steps towards improving his own health and wellness, he found his passion in helping others achieve their health and fitness goals through personal training and coaching. In 2014, Bobby graduated from the University of Memphis with his Exercise and Sports Science degree, and he continued to broaden his knowledge and expertise by earning his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification. Bobby has been a full-time personal trainer and coach since 2014. Bobby previously served as a personal trainer at the Memphis Jewish Community Center (JCC) and NBS Fitness in Cordova, Tennessee, and he currently works as a personal trainer at Memphis Strength Empire in Memphis, Tennessee. Bobby is a competitive powerlifter, having completed numerous powerlifting meets and coaching others through powerlifting meets, as well. Bobby has coached 5 athletes who have achieved Elite Totals in Powerlifting, and Bobby has an Elite Powerlifting Total in the 198lb & 220lb weight classes. 


As a trainer and coach, Bobby works with individuals of all ages and all athletic ability levels, including competitive powerlifters, bodybuilders, and the general population looking to make healthier choices through exercise. Bobby offers one-on-one training, online programming, video review for technical improvement of powerlifting movements, and general strength and conditioning guidance. For specific information regarding Heavy Metal Strength’s training methodologies, please see our services page. 

In his free time, Bobby can frequently be found with his acoustic or electric guitar in hand playing riffs of his favorite hard rock and heavy metal songs. Bobby’s training philosophy can be summed up by one of his favorite musicians, Dimebag Darrell...


 “Make your heart bleed! Put your soul into that damn thing. And try new things.” - Dimebag Darrell

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