FRST Strength@TBS
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As a young athlete fitness and athletics became my very first love.  I was a catcher in baseball, a forward in basketball and a college level defensive tackle in football.  I learned about injuries very early on, so I got familiar with physical therapy and corrective exercise.  I am a firm believer that an active body is a happy body.  Fitness gives me a greater sense of purpose, well being, and connection.  The body responds to exercise in such a fascinating way, and it’s a moving experience to see someone get results. We begin to get better in every facet of life, and I want to be the 1 that guides you on your journey.  I will make training fun.  Redundancy is something you won’t experience in the program I design for you.  The idea of tricking muscles is part of my system.  Whether you want to heal an injury, prepare for a competition, lose weight, maintain, or get in great shape for an event I am the right person to be in your corner.

-Ryan Trusevitch-



Ever since I played sports as teenager the strength and conditioning component was always my favorite part.  This is what lead to my passion for health and fitness, strength training being my specialty.  In 2018,I graduated from Umass Amherst with a degree in Kinesiology to connect myself further with exercise.  Gaining strength, power, and agility improving balance and core stability, reducing pain and preventing injury are all things I've done to reach my fitness goals.  I will help you all of this and more, specific to your goals, and lifestyle so you can find the best version of you.  I am a certified Personal Trainer through American College of Sports Medicine.

-Steven Ferry-

CPT/BA Kiniseology