Needham, MA 02494
Eric incorporates 12 years as an athletic trainer, strength coach, and post rehabilitation specialist to provide a detailed movement screen into your training sessions. In the first visit you will have a detailed Functional Movement Screen (FMS) to determine functional mobility of the body along with uncovering asymmetries of the body from right to left sides and core activation. From that point on Eric will develop a training program to eliminate the weakest link and maximize fitness and weight loss goals. Functional Movement Screen (FMS) will incorporate corrective exercises to decrease asymmetries in the body and help you accomplish your personal goals in fitness and in life. In the process of eliminating the weakest link you will also be developing mobility, stability, strength, stamina, resilience, and fat loss through training with kettlebells.
Eric is the only certified athletic trainer (ATC) in the New England area and state of Massachusetts to hold the RKC and Certified Kettlebell-Functional Movement Specialist (CK-FMS) certification.
Eric is an accomplished movement based athletic trainer with several national and local presentations on the importance of finding symmetry in the body and developing strength on that right and left side movement symmetry.
Eric’s eye for movement began while working with Division I athletes in undergraduate studies at Canisius College and then continuing at the University of Kentucky. Professionally Eric has worked with athletes from St. Bonaventure University in the Atlantic-10 conference to the University of Mississippi in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) while he was rehabilitating and balancing asymmetries with future MLB and NFL players. Eric served as the Senior Athletic Trainer for football at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and most recently served as the Senior Athletic Trainer at Boston University. This experience has helped Eric develop a keen eye for helping athletes and clients merge the gap from injury to return to high level of fitness.