33 Bullet Hill Rd.
NASM, PES, CPT
Since his freshman year of high school, when his father introduced him to a workout program, Brian Fenn has been passionate about exercise. Not only did he enjoy his early workouts, he found the results helped him excel in high school and college sports like baseball, running track and cross country. His success inspired his friends, and sharing what he learned, he began helping others to reach their own fitness goals. Brian quickly realized he had found his vocation.
Today, Brian is a Certified Personal Trainer. He also holds a certification in Performance Enhancement Specialization from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Performance Enhancement Specialization is a rigorous certification program that has become the preferred credential for coaching professional athletes and teams. Because Brian believes in continuous education, he frequently attends seminars and workshops, especially when they are offered by the top names in the fitness industry.
Brain has trained clients of all ages, from high school athletes to the “senior” set, even those with physical limitations. What he loves most is helping his clients to transform their lives through fitness. With a special talent for identifying and correcting weaknesses and muscle imbalances in his clients, he has seen his clients achieve and regain strength and wellness, and even improve their golf games!
Linda Fandel understands firsthand how challenging it is to keep your weight and fitness at a healthy level when you are a busy mom. She knows because after the birth of her third child, her weight became an issue and she knew she had to do something. She began working with a personal trainer and discovered the rewards of looking and feeling better. That’s when a passion for fitness entered her life.
For the passed 10 years, as a Certified Personal Trainer and with a certification from the Aerobic Fitness Association of America, Linda has been helping people of all ages discover the rewards of core strength, slimming and toning, and increasing bone density. “I love my job, and I am excited to go to work everyday” says Linda.
Tiffany Kelver went to Quincy University in her home state of Illinois on a basketball scholarship, and graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. She began that journey by personally adopting a “do it yourself” philosophy and training practice early in life. She obviously excelled, as she subsequently lead her team to the NCAA Elite 8, and finished as Quincy's all-time leader in assists and steals, as well as being a thousand-point scorer.
Tiffany is also certified through National Strength and Conditioning Association. In addition to playing college sports, she has trained elite and professional athletes under the Frappier Acceleration Program, and has coached at the college level, as the top assistant for three respectful institutions. She currently coaches Eastern Connecticut State University’s woman’s basketball programs in weight and conditioning protocols.
“What I love most about being a personal fitness trainer is helping people to transform their lives. My Body Physics clients range from 10 years old to 83 years old. They each have unique issues and goals. I like creating programs that often require me to think outside of the box.” To that end, she is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Psychology, which she believes will help her to understand and address her client’s underlying motivations.