WE’RE NOT YOUR AVERAGE TRAINERS
Adam is the founder of Pure Performance Training. He has been involved in the implementation and administration of Strength and Conditioning programs for over ten years.
Adam specializes in corrective exercise for the post-rehabilitative population, with a focus on restoring functional movement patterns, postural equilibrium, and joint stabilization.
BJ has been involved in the training, preparation, nutritional counseling, and rehabilitation of athletes in virtually every sport. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/Athletic Training from Cortland State University and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine from Ithaca College.
BJ has served on the Athletic Training staff at Cornell University (Graduate Assistant), Harvard University (Athletic Trainer), New England Blazers Major Indoor Lacrosse League (Head Athletic Trainer), Brine Lacrosse Club, and was the first Conditioning Coordinator for the Boston Red Sox.
Kathie is the lead Physical Therapist at Pure Performance Training. She graduated from Boston University’s Sargent College of Allied Health Professions. She specializes in transitioning clients with injuries from the rehabilitation process into structured strength and conditioning programs as their capabilities, function, and needs progress.
Nick began his personal training career in 2005 after completing his final season playing Major League Soccer. Nick was the New England Revolution’s first pick in the 2001 Major League Soccer Super-Draft and played three seasons with the Revs.
Nick was the head Strength and Conditioning Coach for New England Revolution from 2011-2016.
He focuses his efforts on the design and implementation of sport-specific strength training programs, youth fitness, and soccer-specific skill development.
Bethany graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training.
She was a two-time Collegiate All American in the hammer throw and a member of 2006 U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team.
Bethany works with people of all levels and all ages, specializing in corrective exercise to assist people with injuries and/or pain transition back into fitness programs.
Emily graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Exercise Science, where she was a member of the cross-country team, and a staff trainer at the Ithaca College Wellness Center.
She enjoys working with clients that are new to exercise, recovering from minor injuries, or the senior population who want to maintain their health and fitness level.
Sam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Quinnipiac University and a Master’s Degree in Strength and Conditioning from Springfield College.
Sam works primarily with baseball athletes but also specializes in working with clients and athletes rehabilitating from injury. During his time on staff, Sam has developed a successful off-season Baseball Strength & Conditioning program with several local baseball teams.
Dan was an All-American high school lacrosse player and played four years of Division I Lacrosse at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana.
His dedication to his own health and fitness has been an inspiration to the people around him and he has dedicated himself to coaching individuals of all skill levels. He is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Mike is a Physical Therapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach who places an emphasis on return to sport play and prior level of function following injury. Mike graduated from Springfield College with a Doctor of Physical Therapy where he also pitched for the varsity baseball team.
Mike uses his unique skill set and knowledge base to provide manual therapy, corrective exercise, neuromuscular re-education, and capacity training while recognizing the natural asymmetries of the human body to provide a custom plan of care and optimize results.
Erin is a graduate student at Simmons College where she is earning two degrees–a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Health Promotion, as well as completing the Didactic Program in Dietetics to become a Registered Dietitian.
Currently, she is a Precision Nutrition Certified Nutrition Coach and Certified Sports Nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutrition.
Some of her main points of interest in nutrition include building habit change and skill level in clients, assisting people in restoring and developing a healthy relationship with their food and their body, supporting muscle mass and metabolic flexibility, increasing nutrient density in daily eating, and learning how to navigate the modern processed food industry. Erin’s love of cooking and farmer’s markets helps her assist clients in developing healthier relationships with food and building nutrition cultures at home.
Erin also has a profound love for the science of nutrition and is committed to mastering the biochemistry of the body, as well as learning and following the latest research in the field so that her protocols for clients are evidenced-based and delicious