Dane Fletcher was born and raised in Bozeman, Montana. He was a multi-sport athlete at Bozeman High School who went on to play football for Montana State University Bobcats. Dane went to MSU initially on a partial scholarship and went on to earn the respect of his team and coaches. He was a three-time captain for the Bobcats and received numerous honors including First-Team All-Big Sky Conference in 2009, 2009 Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP, and was a Buck Buchanan Award Finalist. Following his notable performance for the Bobcats, Dane signed a professional contract with the New England Patriots in 2010, where he was part of the AFC Champion team in 2011. He went on to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2014 before resigning with the New England Patriots again in 2015. Throughout his athletic career, Dane has had the opportunity to train at many of the top training facilities around the country. Through this experience, and by combining philosophies and ideology from some of the best in the game, he has created The PITT, a state-of-the-art group workout facility that encompasses all aspects of health and fitness. Dane lives in Bozeman with his wife Dani and twin boys Hawkins and Tuck.