Steve is an American Academy of Personal Training certified tainer hailing from Lowell, MA. Steve enjoys the nature and spending his time outdoors with his close friends. Steve studied autobody in school but his love for helping people to better their futures lead him to becoming a personal trainer. One of his greatest accomplishments thus far has been completing school for personal training where now he feels he has the best job in the world! Steve used to rock climb competitvely but now has chosen to continue climbing as a hobby. He also enjoys ice climbing, hiking and snowboarding. If given the opportunity he would love travel to visit Spain and go rock climbing. On his off days, he likes to kick back, climb and enjoy some quality pizza. If he could meet one celebrity, he would travel back to when Frank Sinatra was in his prime.
Fitness Philosophy: Work Hard and Set Goals!
Danielle was born in New York State and grew up in both New York and New Jersey. She attended college at Adelphi Univeristy, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Media Studies. She spent a semester abroad in Rome, Italy for university and volunteered in local high schools to encourage students with their language studies. After moving to Boston, Danielle decided to turn her passion into a career with the NASM personal training certification. She also combined her love of fitness with a fitness nutrition specialist certification. Danielle has always been passionate about exercise and health after dancing in high school and regularly working out through out college and beyond. When she’s not working out, she loves trying out new restaurants, enjoying the great outdoors, or planning her next travel adventure! She would love to visit Japan or Thailand sometime soon!
Fitness Philosophy: “Working out should not be seen as a chore or a must before a special event or the summer season. It is a positive way of life that maintains long term health and happiness!”
Abby Williams has her B.S. in Kinesiology and Health Sciences from the College of William and Mary in Virginia and is an ACE certified personal trainer. She began rowing her freshman year of college and that kickstarted her love of fitness and training. Being an athlete combined with studying human movement and the body, she loved the chance to see the physical application of information learned in class during practices, which made her focus on function and muscle balance in all exercises. After graduating, she worked as a personal and small group trainer for a year and was the novice women’s rowing coach at William and Mary. She recently moved up to Boston to pursue her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy at Boston University. In training she utilizes all tools and styles such as weights, kettlebells, TRX, bodyweight, plyometrics, and circuits, with a focus on improving function in all of her clients using evidence-based training methods. She loves fitness as a way to decompress as well as improve overall health and wellness, and believes that everyone can and should find a way to incorporate it into their life. Her favorite workouts are kettlebell flows and full body weight or functional circuits. When she is not working out (or studying), she is often Facetiming her 1 year old black lab puppy, trying a new restaurant, hiking, or doing calligraphy!
Fitness Philosophy: “Fitness is a chance to feel strong and show yourself what you are capable of. I strive to get to know my clients and their goals, and help them make fitness a part of their daily life in a way that works for them by designing individualized goal-driven programming.”
Dana is a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer. Dana graduated from New York University with a B.S. in Accounting and the University of Utah with a Juris Doctorate. After practicing as a CPA and a tax attorney, Dana decided to pursue her passion in fitness. Dana understands the daily grind and believes in maximizing and efficiently utilizing one’s workout time.Dana’s first love has always involved sports and being active. She was a member of NYU’s tennis team and ran several marathons. She spent two years in Switzerland hiking the Alps and their extensive trials. Working out/training has allowed Dana to fully enjoy the outdoors and she hopes to continue to bring this joy to others. During her free time Dana enjoys watching NFL football, figuring out how to fix things around the house, and spending quality time with her family and friends while eating fabulous food.
Fitness Philosophy: Being active is not only beneficial for the body but the mind. Take care of your body and it will yield benefits in many aspects of your life.