Training since 2011
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
ACE Fitness Nutrition Specialist
ACE Weight Management Specialist
ACE Sports Performance Specialist
ACE Functional Movement Specialist
Precision Nutrition Level 1 (In Progress)
Specializes in (but not limited to):
Weight loss, firming & toning (fat loss), hypertrophy training, sport specific training, balance & stability, core training, injury prevention & rehab, macro coaching, supplement use
My main goal as a trainer/coach:
To use my knowledge to help others improve their quality of life through functional movement & healthy nutritional habits. Fitness has given me so much & I feel it’s my duty to guide people in their journey to attain the best possible version of themselves. I pride myself on program design so our workouts will always be challenging, fun & innovative. But most importantly, they will produce RESULTS! You can either give in or give up. Or you can have me as your trainer and give it your all.
American Council on Exercise (ACE) Personal Trainer
Crossfit Level 1
MadDog Athletics Certified Spin Instructor
Pre and Post Natal Certification
Nutrition and Weight Management
CPR?AED Certified - American Heart Association
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
Each client had a different story and goal. I love to tailor my sessions to fit the individual. I try to create an environment that motivates and challenges the person to reach their very best
Inspiration for Becoming a Personal Trainer:
After my third child I gained 60 lbs. I worked hard with a trainer to lose that weight and the experience gave me a new outlook on life. A healthy and fit lifestyle made me happy. I want to help other people come to that same realization. I love meeting new people and enjoy helping them change their lives by reaching their goals. As a mother of 3 young boys, I also believe in instilling healthy habits into children so that can carry that into adulthood.
Three Words to Describe Myself:
Confident, Energetic, Nurturing
Interests and Hobbies:
I am passionate about music, dancing, and cooking. I enjoy going to the beach, outside fire pits, and gathering with friends and family with some food and wine. Most importantly, is spending time with my husband and 3 boys.
PIT (Performance Integrated Training)
PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America)
Why I’m in Fitness:
Athletics and fitness have always been a part of my life from a young age. Having a father who was a doctor of sports medicine also fueled this interest. Having started first as a ski instructor I found it gratifying to help clients reach a higher level of skiing and confidence in general. This translated easily to the gym floor. Now I help my clients to reach goals we have set through effective training methods and motivation. I’ve worked with many different clientele, from everyday folks looking to drop a few pounds and tone muscles to amateur and professional athletes looking to improve their game. Several years ago I had a left knee replacement surgery and consider myself a specialist in post op. Recovery.
5 words that best describe me:
Positive, Motivated, Focused, Committed, Understanding
Activities and Interest:
Skiing, surfing, hiking, golf, motocross, walking my dog - bodey will always be my favorite. I am an animal rights advocate. I’m a member of the ASPCA. The finest teams in professional sports are the NY Yankees, NY Giants, NY Rangers, and NY Knicks.
Matt grew up having a love for sports. He played baseball at Indian Hills high school and played Collegiate Ruby at Johnson and Wales University. While in college Matt’s passion for sports turned quickly into fitness.
Weight loss, Nutritional advice, Muscle Building, Sports Performance
Too many people’s biggest mistake when trying to achieve their fitness goal is thinking short term instead of long term. Results do not happen overnight, it is a process. Your first goal should be to find a workout and nutritional program that is sustainable and not difficult to stick to you. It is all about working smarter than harder.
HOURS OF OPERATION
MON. - THURS.
5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
5:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.