Fit to a T Mission Statement:
I believe that fitness is grounded in a healthy lifestyle. Fitness is not exercising. It is not eliminating carbs from your diet. It is not taking fat-loss pills. Fitness is a unique balance of exercise and proper nutrition, and this combination is different for every single person.
Pursuing a career in exercise science and nutrition, I am here to design that balance for you. I have both the scientific education and professional background to help individuals achieve a wide array of goals that could include but are not limited to: weight loss from 2 lbs - 200 lbs, building muscle mass, developing athleticism, sport training, and more. Whatever your goal may be, I am fully committed to helping you reach your desired outcome.
I focus all types of training around the basic fundamentals of form and technique. The mind should constantly be challenged by new motor patterns and should be developing at all times. I believe there is always room for improvement and that having this mindset helps us become better. Once the foundation of training has been established, then the fun can begin! All training programs are customized to each individual and how he/she desires to look and what he/she desires to achieve. Most importantly, nothing is impossible when training with me. We will not ATTEMPT to reach your goals, we WILL reach your goals.
I am fascinated by the creativity used in the strength and conditioning field, and I am passionate in applying all that I have learned and will continue to learn to anyone wanting to start their fitness journey with me. My experience in this field has allowed me to appreciate what a healthy lifestyle is all about. It comes down to one simple word: decisions. The decisions we make impact our lifestyle to ways we do not even realize. With a healthy body and mind, our decisions become more instrumental and beneficial to our health. I am here to help you make better decisions and guide you to a happy and healthier lifestyle.
Fit to a T
I am currently a student at UMass Lowell’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, expecting to graduate in the spring of 2020. I spent my undergraduate years earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology with a minor in Nutrition. During this time, I discovered my strong passion for both exercise and nutrition, and I knew I wanted to pursue a career in it. Also, during this time, I was able to gain internship experience from one of the best strength and conditioning facilities in New England, the Institute of Performance & Fitness, more commonly known as IPF. Here, I gained full insight into what it is truly like to work with athletes and how to train them, and I am extremely grateful for the knowledge I gained there. In my past year, I was also a personal trainer at a local gym, and this is where I was challenged to work with adults trying to lose weight and/or get stronger. Growing up in Westford, MA, I played several sports at the high school level including basketball, volleyball, and lacrosse. I was able to continue playing club basketball during my undergraduate studies. Now I continue to program workouts for friends, family and clients while learning as much as I can about the industry. I plan on launching my career into the strength and conditioning field after earning my DPT.