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Jason Jarett

Certification:

ACSM Certified Personal Trainer

 

Education:

BA in Psychology, University of Connecticut


Originally from Lake George, NY, Jason moved to the Boston area to pursue a career in the health and fitness industry as a personal trainer. He has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Connecticut and is also a graduate of the Boston branch of the American Academy of Personal Training. Certified through the American College of Sports Medicine, Jason has a passion for helping others better themselves physically and mentally resulting from his personal fitness and weight loss journey. He specializes in strength training as well as high intensity interval training. Outside of the gym, he enjoys movies, sports and obstacle racing including the Warrior Dash, Tough Mudder and all three Spartan races.


Alex Goldfeld

Certification:

ACSM Certified Personal Trainer


Alex hails from New Haven, Connecticut and earned his certification as a personal trainer from the American College of Sports Medicine.  Hooked on fitness ever since, Alex has experienced all of the high points of exercise, including increased strength, a trim waist, better metabolism, good nutrition, and overall health. But he also fell into some of the traps, including over-training, diet and supplement fads, injury, and plateaus. As a trainer, Alex draws on past experience to keep his client’s workouts diverse, safe, challenging, and efficient. Alex lives with his family in South Boston and has been working at the BHAC since 2012.


Steve Williamson

Certification:

ACSM Certified Personal Trainer

Education:

BA Sports Management


Steve obtained his Certified Personal Trainer certificate through the American College of Sports Medicine and has recently completed his Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management.  Steve successfully competed at the high school and collegiate levels in the sport of rowing.  His current personal fitness goals are at the extreme ends of the fitness spectrum including improving his marathon time while continuing to build his maximal strength.  Steve works well with average people seeking to improve their general health, quality of life, and base athletic level and physical skill set through effective training.  However, he also has an understanding of the mindset and motivation of the competitive professional or amateur athlete.


Sarah Lucas

Certification:

NASM Certified Personal Trainer

 

Education:

BS in Kinesiology, Penn State University

MS in Health & Physical Education, Boston University


Sarah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from Penn State University as well as a Master’s in Health & Physical Education from Boston University. She is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and is also a certified Spinning™ instructor. Sarah worked in the athletic department at Boston University as well as with the Boston Breakers of the Women’s Professional Soccer League. In addition to her experience as a group exercise instructor, personal trainer and Spinning™ instructor, Sarah also teaches Circuit Training and Seniors Weight Training classes and is a running coach for the Boston Children’s Hospital marathon team. She’s completed six marathons herself and as a figure skater growing up, competed in eight National Championship competitions. If it has to do with fitness, Sarah’s your girl.


Robyn Dalton

Certifications:

ACE Certified Personal Trainer & Health Coach

NETA Certified Group Fitness & Kettlebell Instructor

 

Specialties:    

Advanced Training for Weight Management    

Implementing Practical Training Programs

Exercise for Cumulative Trauma Disorder       

Balance Training

Implementing Practical Training Programs       

Functional Training for the Older Adult

Foam Roller Training                                        

End Back and Neck Pain

Posture Analysis Specialist                              

Nutrition and Weight Control

Post Injury Fitness                                            

Exercise and the Older Adult

Developing Fall Prevention Workshops           

Pre and Post-Natal Fitness

Exercise and Osteoporosis                              

Screening and Assessment for Exercise Programming

 

Education:

BS in Exercise Science, Salem State College


Having realized early on that fitness and nutrition was her passion, Robyn earned a degree in Exercise Science from Salem State College and subsequently became certified as a personal trainer, group fitness instructor, Kettlebell instructor and health coach. She has taken so many specialty courses that it’s hard to list them all, but they include Advanced Training for Weight Management, Exercise for Cumulative Trauma Disorder, Functional Training for the Older Adult, Pre and Post-Natal Fitness, Exercise and Osteoporosis, Posture Analysis, Exercise and the Older Adult, Post Injury Fitness, Nutrition and Weight Control, and many more.  She has trained hundreds and hundreds of clients of all ages and fitness levels throughout her career.

 

Robyn views the first meeting with a new client as the start of a lifelong pursuit of good health. She stresses regular, bi-monthly fitness evaluations in order to quantify goal setting and to take the opportunity to refine an individual’s workout regimen. She believes that “It’s not only what you’re doing for the hour that you’re in the gym, but what you’re doing (or not doing) the other 23 hours a day.” She encourages her clients to maintain a diet journal and stresses the importance of good nutrition as an integral part of the fitness process.