Len, a Northampton native, graduated from Keene State College with a B.S. in Health/Fitness and earned a M.A. in Exercise Physiology and Performance from East Tennessee State University, where he also served as a strength and conditioning coach. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA and a Youth Nutrition and Fitness Specialist- L1, with the International Youth Conditioning Association, he has worked with young aspiring athletes to college, Olympic and professional athletes. Len also serves as adjunct faculty and Clinical Educator for Westfield State University’s, Movement Science Department.
Jeremy graduated from Westfield State College with a BA in Movement Science Sports and Leisure Studies with a concentration in Health/Fitness. He believes physical activity is not something that is only for the youth population or those whom are already fit. His philosophy is with proper guidance and motivation, anyone can experience the benefits of regular physical activity. Jeremy uses his high energy and functional training techniques to ensure his clients work to their full potential and achieve their fitness goals.
Brandon began his career at the Hampshire Athletic Club and Northampton Athletic Club in 2008 while attending the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. In 2013, Brandon worked with the Amherst Leisure Services Department as an Assistant Sports and Recreation Director, where he helped coordinate the Amherst Youth Basketball League for area youth. Brandon has developed a passion for helping young athletes reach their athletic goals while training at Strides Human Performance Institute. As a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, he believes that people of all ages and fitness levels can reach their full potential through hard work and dedication.
Andrew graduated from Keene State College in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Throughout school he gained experience preventing, evaluating, treating and rehabilitating orthopedic injuries in the student athlete population at Keene State. Since functional rehab transitions into strength training he decided to take course work to enhance my knowledge in this area which motivated him to get his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist credential after graduation. Combining the knowledge that Andrew has gained from these different, but related fields allows individuals to become healthier and stronger while treating or preventing injury.