Paul earned his professional credentials from the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). He also has a B.S. degree in Health and Physical Education from West Chester University.
The Right Experience
Paul has 20 years of professional experience in outpatient rehabilitation, sports-specific training with teams and individuals, general fitness training and pre-employment work-capacity testing, helping companies assess a candidate’s ability to do physical work.
The Right Breadth of Knowledge
Paul has provided strength and conditioning for the Philadelphia 76ers, Hawk Hill Olympic Developmental Swim Club, Cardinal O'Hara Girls Basketball, Malvern Prep Ice Hockey Team, the Media Mustangs semi-pro football team and many individual athletes, from amateur to professional.
The Right Understanding of Fitness Goals and Challenges
Paul’s personal involvement in fitness spans four decades: from a fifth-grade contest in pull-ups, to his first weight set at age 13, through multisport athletic endeavors and becoming an Air Force base power lifting champ. This broad background combined with his professional studies and work experience give Paul a deep understanding of how anyone can make fitness achievable—and integral to everyday living.
Paul takes fitness personally -- and that means designing personalized programs that are right for you.He listens carefully to your goals, objectives and aspirations. He designs the proper program for your needs and abilities. He separates fact from fiction so you can work realistically toward your targets.
All the comforts of home
Working out with Paul is as comfortable as being in your own living room, because it is your own living room...or family room...or basement. His unique approach features fitness programs you can do in the comfort of your own home, with whatever is available.
Paul has helped
- 10-year-old athletes improve their performance
- 50-somethings lose pounds and tone muscles
- 90-years-young individuals stay active and self-sufficient
- Business owners identify which job candidates can perform physically demanding work
- Individuals who have completed outpatient physical therapy programs ease into a fitness regimen
- Teams from high school to professional sharpen their edge