I’m passionate about educating clients so they feel confident on their own in the gym.
I love showing people that they can do things they never thought possible. Small achievable goals and constant progression is the key to success. Training with a positive mindset is the only way to go. Everyone is unique and requires an integrated training program designed specifically for them. With Humans, I strongly believe in Inertia, “That which is at a stand still will remain there, that which is in motion will stay in motion.” So let’s get moving!
Favorite saying: “Train Smarter Not Harder”
I have always been passionate about health, fitness, and overall wellness.
In life, you only get one body, so you need to treat it well. I am committed to helping you look and feel your absolute best by realizing your infinite potential.
The human body wascreated for movement; if you are notmoving, you are not living and if youare not living, you are slowly dying.
Exercise changes people’s lives, betteryet, it saves lives - I’ve seen it firsthand - what’s not to be excited about!?Fitness has absolutely changed my lifeand I want to share that sameexperience with the whole world. The benefits are too awesome and toopowerful to keep to myself. “If youcan’t run then walk, if you can’t walkthen crawl, but whatever you do youhave to KEEP MOVING.” - Dr. Martin
With the right mindset and discipline you can achieve any goal you set for yourself.
Over the years of playing sports I have learned to work hard and stay consistent with my health. I have endured injuries which have tested my mental strength. I have been the underdog more times than I can count. As a personal trainer, I have learned to apply my past experiences to my work. Becoming a trainer was the best investment for myself. I want my clients to feel confident and excited to be in the gym to train as much as I do. Stay humble, being patient, and respecting others; this is what I live by.
“Never look down at anyone, unless it’s to help them back up”.
Mobility is freedom!
My philosophy in fitness is strength with ease; making sure your body knows how to efficiently move and maximize performance. Having proper mobility and flexibility allows for greater ranges of motion, more power to be generated, great longevity of the joints, and an overall increase in quality of life. Core strength and stability not only prevents injury, but also looks fabulous!
As a former D1 collegiate athlete I have always made my fitness and everyday performance a priority.
I aim to change the lives of my clients not only the through the physical aspect but psychologically as well. I got into training after playing football and running track for 15 years. Shortly after beginning my college career I got injured and realized that if I was going to make a comeback I would have to be mentally and physically in the right state. After battling through some adversity I was able to get back in the right mindset with the help of my coaches. Through this I learned that you don’t have to go through your battles alone. There is always someone out there to help and I want to help my clients achieve success like my coaches helped me. I’m confident that I can help you both mentally and physically, and that together we will reach and surpass your goals.
I believe that improving your quality of movement will improve your quality of life.
The aim is to overcome self-doubt and a lack of confidence through proper movement and specific goal-oriented training. Let's find a way to become above-average. Progress awaits.
“Vision without action is a dream. Action without vision is a nightmare.” - James Kerr, Legacy
Fitness has always been a part of my life.
I grew up competitive swimming and since then have tried many different training styles from half marathons, crew, HIIT and plyo style training, bikram yoga, spinning and currently bodybuilding. I think it’s important to have a well rounded training program that includes a variety of different styles to challenge not only your body, but your mind as well. Fitness is just as much a mental challenge as it is physical. I want to teach you to view fitness in a positive light. My training style varies with each individual client based on their goals and needs. My goal as a trainer is to educate, support, motivate and inspire you on how to achieve your goals in a healthy manner by designing a custom program that is fun, challenging and sustainable. Everyone’s fitness journey is different. You should enjoy it! I want to make fitness and health a lifestyle for you and allow you to find that balance. We will work together to have the best version of yourself inside and out.
My training philosophy is to listen to the clients goals and thoroughly assess the clients biomechanics in order to create a highly individualized and effective exercise program.
I train “from the inside out,” meaning that I try to bring the client into better alignment by working on imbalances and on the muscles that stabilize the core. I also like to train “from the bottom up,” creating a stable base with good balance. Fitness is more than just exercise, it’s a catalyst for positive change that can improve every aspect of your life!
I find fulfillment in connecting with people and by helping to improve the quality of their lives. I originally chose a career in Marriage and Family Therapy for that very reason. What I found during my time as a therapist is that many people I worked with were in poor physical health, which coincided with their mental health. Ultimately, I felt that my skills were best utilized in a fitness training capacity enabling me to facilitate physical wellness that would affect both body and mind.
I truly believe that fitness is something deeper than looking good in the mirror.
Fitness is the motor that drives you to feel good about yourself, feeds your mind and spirit in order to take on the day. To me, the most important part of being a trainer is to make sure you are working with purpose, being specific with each one of my clients and targeting their needs which leads them to be able move and feel great.
“Imperfect reps reinforce imperfect performance” - Gray Cook
“Fitness is a celebration of what your body can do. Not a punishment for what you ate.”
I have been a personal trainer for almost 7 years. I began my fitness career in Washington DC at a bustling club where I specialized in weight loss and circuit training. Most recently, I was living in hometown of Worcester,MA where I coached athletes, from youth to semi-pro level, to improve performance and guide them towards a healthy lifestyle outside of their sport.
I am a firm believer in enhancing one’s movement, not just becoming better at “exercise.” Enhancing the mind to muscle connection is just as important, if not more important, than adding weight to the bar. It is important to break out of your comfort zone when training. Your training should not only have you looking better and moving more weight in the gym, but should also open up new avenues of fitness outside of the gym whether its something as simple as playing with your kids or something a bit more extreme like one of those crazy warrior races!!
Learning from Division 1 NCAA Strength & Conditioning coaches, competing in Division 1 rugby, and having unique military experiences have helped mold the trainer I am today.
Embrace your fitness journey. Make sacrifices, yet live in the moment. Create goals, crush them, and repeat.