Meet The Coaches
Disillusioned with the state of strength training during his college athletic career, Nick began creating his own path to improve his athleticism. Since then, he has become a NASM certified personal trainer, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and USAW L1 coach and helped numerous people improve their lives through fitness. Nick understands that every client is unique, and always focuses on perfecting movement before progressions.
Erin focuses on creating the perfect combination of pertinent, fundamental movements and exhilarating, performance-driven exercise. She has extensive experience working in a variety of rehabilitation settings, leading small and large group fitness classes, producing fun, individualized workout programs, and cultivating a uniqueness in her one-on-one training. She firmly believes that the human body is limitless: anyone can achieve whatever they want as long as they are willing. Erin will set you up for success in breaking through what once seemed impossible.
Ghadi El Helou
With a Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in the making, Ghadi's passion for fitness stems from his days playing professional soccer in the Lebanese National League as well as Varsity Soccer in college. Always on top of his physical game, Ghadi enjoys helping others achieve the same feat.
Eliza developed a strong work ethic and enthusiasm for athletics from an early age. She trained and competed as an elite tennis player with the Bollettieri academy and continued to play varsity tennis and volleyball throughout high school. She then became an ACSM certified personal trainer with a strong interest in strength training, graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Rehabilitation Science and as a Doctor of Physical Therapy with a Sports Strength and Conditioning concentration.
Matthew discovered his passion for anatomy and fitness after both competing and coaching indoor rock climbing for four years. In his pursuit to understand the body at a fundamental level, Matthew looked towards Northeastern University's bioengineering program to further his education. He has learned that conventional medicine can neglect root causes of long-term illnesses and that an active and fit lifestyle can solve these problems. Matthew will help you improve your health through his understanding of the body proper application of exercise.
As a Ph.D. student in Biology with experience in biochemistry and engineering, and years of experience working as a personal trainer for faculty and students at Northeastern University, Blake is well situated to provide personalized programming that is firmly grounded in cutting-edge research to the clients he works with. Blake coaches clients of all athletic backgrounds and ages, and improves the physical fitness and movement capacity of his clients through sports- and occupation-specific programming. His exercise programming capabilities built upon his experience working in orthopedic and spine rehabilitation clinics, CrossFit, and campus recreation settings. Blake’s fitness interests range from CrossFit, Olympic lifting, Pilates, and yoga to rock climbing, running, and golf. His current fitness goals include: running nine half-marathons in 2022, running the TCS New York City Marathon in 2023, and hiking the John Muir trail in 2024.
MOVE Limitless Coach
Stephanie grew up performing synchronized swimming and downhill skiing. Stephanie worked for 10 years in a sport medicine clinic at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal and moved to Boston in June 2015. She was the head Physical Therapist for the Canadian Synchronized Swimming Olympic team for 4 years and took part in many events with the team. Stephanie currently works in an outpatient clinic in downtown Boston where she performs orthopedic manual therapy.
MOVE Nutrition Coach
As a Registered Dietitian with over seven years of health and fitness experience, Michelle knows first-hand how important the food we eat is to athletic performance and everyday life. She believes that eating healthy is a lifestyle, and strives to educate others on how to fuel their bodies not just for fitness, but for living each day to its fullest. Michelle hopes to educate, motivate, and inspire her clients to lead a happy, active, and balanced life by finding the most nourishing foods for their bodies.
MOVE Nutrition Practioner
Chelsea became passionate about proper human movement, rehabilitation and strength training after a high school soccer injury of a torn ACL. For the past 4 years, she has worked as a personal trainer, helping women navigate weight loss goals, healthy pregnancies, and general well-being. Upon completing study with the Nutritional Therapy Association, she decided to make a shift to nutrition coaching. She believes in a foundational, bio-individual approach to nutrition, treating the root cause first rather than just surface symptoms.
MOVE is always looking for the best talent in the industry. We typically hire those with a strong background in fitness and human mechanics, and although a degree in physical therapy, athletic training, kinesiology, etc. is not required, it is preferred.
Serious inquiries only. Must be willing to travel to locations in Boston. Contract positions only currently available.
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