Alex is originally from Mashpee, Massachusetts. In high school he played multiple sports including baseball and indoor track. In 2011, Alex finished fourth in the State of Massachusetts for the 55 meter dash, running a 6.62 seconds FAT. He later went on the play Division I baseball for Fairfield University.
During his time at Fairfield, Alex was a four-time member of the MAAC Academic Honor Roll, three-time member of the MAAC All-Academic Team, and the Team Captain in his senior year. In 2014, Alex ranked as high as eighth nationally in stolen bases per game.
He graduated in May 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and May 2016 with a Master’s Degree in Accounting.
Alex quickly learned that his true passion is fitness and well-being. He has found this to be the best way he can make significant impacts on the people around him. Since high school, Alex was keen on nutrition and exercise but it was not until after college that he started to look at the broader scope and study fitness, functional movements, and well-being.
At the age of 25, Alex had hip surgery which was the worst and best event of his fitness career. It was at this time that he realized fitness and well-being is different for everyone and should never be defined by how much one back squats or what their mile time is. Proper mechanics, technique, form, safety, and having a positive mentality are now Alex’s top priorities, all of which he passes on to his clients.
Alex enjoys getting to know his clients on a personal level and promises that their goals in fitness and life become his own. He takes pride in seeing his clients’ progress and accomplish tasks they once viewed as impossible.
When Alex is not at the gym he enjoys fishing, hiking, and exploring the outdoors with his dog.