Phillip Currier – Head Performance Coach
Plymouth State University: B.S in Exercise and Sport Physiology, CSCS, FMS & PN1
Phil is native to the Connecticut River Valley in New Hampshire, where fitness and athletics had always been a central part of his life, and competed as a short distance sprinter, and in javelin throwing. While earning his B.S. in Exercise and Sport Physiology. Phil interned at APT, and at Dartmouth College, while tutoring Anatomy & Physiology I + II, and working as a nationally certified pharmacy technician. Phil makes it a priority to have a high level of understanding and application of movement patterns, structural and functional adaptations, specific energy system conditioning, injury prevention, and of the art and psychology of coaching. When considering performance enhancement strategies, Phil programs specific physical stresses, that drive specific structural and / or functional adaptations, towards a specific goal based on client need. Phil guides athletes and adults on what can be a confusing path towards better performance and health, and can also offer nutritional counseling to his clientele as a precision nutrition certified coach. Outside of the gym, Phil enjoys an active lifestyle of camping, kayaking, skiing, and plans to become a part time whitewater rafting guide in the Spring of 2021.
Nick pavilonis – Performance Coach
Springfield College: B.S. in Excercise Physiology, NCSF
Nick is originally from Bourne MA, where he grew up immersed in sports including football, basketball and lacrosse. He then went on to attend Springfield College where he received a B.S. in Exercise Science as well as minors in Business and Athletic Coaching. Nick was recruited to play lacrosse in college until a total knee reconstruction kept him from continuing. This allowed him to experience extensive rehabilitation, a process he learned to love and still practices today as a PTA. In addition to this, Nick interned at Mike Boyle strength and conditioning where he received in depth experience with strength and conditioning. Outside of work, Nick spends additional time in the gym pursuing his passion for lifting in hopes of competing in bodybuilding in the near future.
Nick believes in a holistic approach to training that yields transferable performance to the court/field for athletes. He does so by way of training specific adaptations via functional training under controlled conditions.He also has experience with training the general population in order to improve general health and wellbeing regardless of age, or experience.