Rob has been working in the Sportsmedicine and Fitness Industries since 1998. He received his Bachelors Degree in Athletic Training/Sportsmedicine from Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH and then went on to receive his Masters Degree in Athletic Training/Sportsmedicine from Western Michigan University. Over the course of his career, Rob has been blessed to work for some amazing facilities: New England Patriots, University of Michigan, The Sports Club of Novi, Manchester Athletic Club, Pumps Real Fitness for Women, The Works Family Health and Fitness Center and Beverly Athletic Club. In addition, Rob also has experience working as Fitness Business Consultant for the ProFitness Program out of Toronto Canada as well as a Board Member and Past President for the New England Health Racquet and Sports Club Association (NEHRSA). Rob is currently a Senior/Master Instructor Trainer for TRX Training, an Adjunct Professor at Endicott College, a Clinical Early Intervention Specialist for ATI Worksite Solutions, contracted at GE Aviation, a Premier Coach for Ladder Fitness and a Master Trainer for Praxis Performance + Wellness. Working with clients of all ages and fitness levels is something that Rob enjoys doing. His specialty is working with individuals who have been diagnosed with orthopedic issues, as well as pre- and post-rehab/surgical intervention. Rob has been fortunate to work with Salma Hayek (Actress), Tim Johnson (Professional Cyclocross Champion-Retired), Matt O’Keefe (Professional Mountain Bike Champion-Retired), and Lyne Bessette-Johnson (Professional Cyclist, Para-Olympic Gold Medalist-Retired).
"With tons of experience training all sorts of abilities, Rob is spot on with his tailored workouts. He has a contagious sense of humor to push you when the end seems so out of reach. Rob is not only an incredible athlete, he clearly loves helping others achieve their goals."
~ Emily Kelly, Triathlete/CrossFit Athlete
"We all have dreams.
In order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline and effort."
~ Jesse Owens, Olympic Gold Medalist