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Meet Mark

Mark grew up in Oregon as an All-State, All-Conference record setting four sport Varsity athlete. He went on to earn a BA degree in Kinesiology/Physical Education at Whitworth University while playing baseball. After graduating from Whitworth Mark went on to sign with Baltimore Orioles organization as a first baseman. In 1996 Mark and his wife Angie opened Shockman's All About Fitness providing superior personal training, strength & conditioning and sports instruction. Instructors at All About Fitness are all former pros and trainers are all degreed and certified. Mark is a former pro baseball player, Associate MLB scout for Washington Nationals, degreed (BA) and certified master personal trainer, hitting & fielding instructor, and college internship instructor. Prior to opening All About Fitness Mark designed, initiated and managed the personal training programs at the Spokane Club and Stay Fit Health Clubs. Mark prides himself in providing the highest level of customer satisfaction, ethics and results at All About Fitness.

Professional:

  • Former Professional Baseball player Baltimore Orioles organization: 1st Baseman
  • Lead team in home runs, slugging %, and 2nd in RBI's
  • Associate MLB Scout under Scott Ramsay, Washington Nationals
  • Hitting coach: Hall of Famer Minnie Minoso. Teammate Billy Ripken
  • Former Professional Baseball Player NW League/TriCities Triplets: 1st Baseman, Designated Hitter
  • Youth Baseball Coach

College:

  • Earned BA degree Kinesiology/Physical Education Whitworth U
  • 4 year starting baseball player, selected to Conference All Star team
  •  N.W. Conference Champions
  • 2 years First Team All Conference
  • 2 years leading the Team in home runs
  • Set school record for career home runs & RBI's
  • 2 summers playing for Brewers International Team

High School:

  • 2 years 1st Team All-Conference
  • 2 years 1st Team All-State
  • Selected to Oregon State All Star Team 
  • Lead State of Oregon and set school record with .505 Batting Average
  • Set school records with 52 hits
  • MVP
  • Varsity Athlete in baseball, basketball, football and golf