Our personal trainers create a customized exercise plan for each individual client and then coach them through the plan providing expertise, motivation and encouragement. Our system helps our clients stick with and reach their fitness and weight loss goals.
Whether you are a new comer to exercise or looking for something new to challenge and motivate you, personal training is the answer. All of our programs are targeted to each individual whether you are looking for a trainer every time you come into the gym or just an updated program that you can do on your own. We offer training for everyone, all ages! One on one or in groups, we will guarantee results!
Mical is currently a Master Level Trainer, Group Strength & Conditioning Instructor and a Super Middle Weight Professional Boxer. Mical leads the training team under the leadership of NAC's Fitness Director Keith Alpert here at the Norwell Athletic Club.
Mical played many different team and individual sports in his youth, but at 14 he became serious about boxing. By 15 he won his first amateur fight. As an amateur he won the 2003 New England Rocky Marciano Tournament of Champions Championship. Months later he won the 2004 Southern New England Golden Gloves Championship. Currently Mical is 3-0 with 2 knock outs as a Super Middle Weight Professional Boxer.
Mical has had a serious interest in nutrition since he began making a direct connection between his performance and healthy eating at an early age. He has worked for two international sports nutrition companies for a number of years and has extensive knowledge on sports nutrition. Mical continues to educate himself in this area as he strives to bring his strength and sports performance to higher levels through this process.
Mical has 15 yrs of experience of being a certified personal trainer. Mical has his degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Science from Bridgewater State University. Mical continued his post-baccalaureate studies at UMASS Boston and Bridgewater State University in Pre-Med studies. He is presently certified as a Level 2 PICP Coach and a Level 1 Biosignature Modulation Practitioner under Charles Poliquin and is a certified Personal Trainer with the I.F.A. He is currently C.P.R. certified with the American Heart Association. Mical trains for his professional boxing matches under the direction of NAC's Fitness Director and Elite Pro Athlete Trainer Keith Alpert.
About: Chris’s passion for a healthy lifestyle started after he changed his own by losing close to 100LBs as a senior in high school. The mental and physical struggle with fat loss is something that Chris empathizes with which is why he began a career in training. Since he has been here at N.A.C., he has been under the direct tutelage of Keith Alpert and Mical Weisberg. He understands that continuing his education is what will give him the ability to over deliver for his clientele. Regardless of the goal, Chris wants to put his clients in the best position to succeed.
*American Council on Exercise
** Poliquin International Coaching Program
Keith Alpert has been a strength, flexibility, and conditioning consultant, trainer and coach for over 25 years, since 1988. Featured on ESPN Sports Center and in publications including Sports Illustrated, American Health and Fitness Magazine, Keith has gained peer respect and a wide following for his ability to combine his training skills and teaching style with stellar program design skills. Clients include sport-greats Antonio Davis (Indiana Pacers, Toronto Raptors), Theo Ratliff (Los Angeles Lakers), Mark Eaton (Stanley Cup holder) and current professionals all training currently at NAC ... Ryan Kelly (Los Angeles Lakers) Andre Dawkins (TX Legends NBA-D) and Danny O’Keefe (Orangeville CBL) . Keith has worked with numerous professional players from the NBA, overseas basketball, and many players from the NCAA as well. Keith holds a degree in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts. He is certified with the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA), the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and Keith is one of a dozen people on the planet to achieve a Level Four International Coach Certification from world-renowned strength and nutrition expert, Charles Poliquin. (Poliquin Performance Institute, RI) See below for more specialized certifications and descriptions that Keith has accomplished to help people recover from injuries, improve performance and get results!
P-DTR® www.DrPalomar.com was developed by orthopedic surgeon Dr. José Palomar. This work recognizes sensory receptors, and the way the body processes the information from these receptors. Using a comprehensive system of muscle testing and neural challenges, involved receptors can be located and normal function can be quickly restored. Most other therapeutic modalities deal with the “hardware” of the body, neglecting the fact that much of the pain and dysfunction we experience is often actually a problem with our “software”.
NeuroKinetic Therapy® www.Neurokinetictherapy.com known as Neuromuscular Reprogramming® (NMR®) in its previous incarnation, is an innovative and relatively new method of bodywork and muscle therapy which utilizes manual muscle testing to assess dysfunctions of the coordination system of the brain resulting from traumatic injury, over use, under use, repetitive stress, postural stress, etc. It cues the brain for new learning resulting in immediate correction of neuromuscular imbalances. NKT® works with the body’s organizational intelligence, addressing pain at its source: the motor control center of the brain.
Fascial Abrasion Technique http://wts.fat-tool.com/: Developed by Dr. Mark Scappaticci, the FAT-Tool is much different than the many assisted soft tissue mobilization tools on the market. FAT-Tool has a patented textured surface that allows for maximal tissue tension release without excessive pressure and without bruising.
Fascial Stretch Therapy® http://stretchtowin.com/ Developed by Ann and Chris Frederick, is a type of stretching that targets not only the muscles but the fascia, the connective tissue around the muscles, bones and joints. FST also targets also targets the entire joint and joint capsule, using traction to remove restrictions from movement and to stimulate lubrication.