Alex has over a decade of expertise in health and fitness and athletic performance training. His passion for fitness began through his love of human anatomy and continued to grow as a past assistant professor for The State University of New York. During that time, he helped educate and empower the next generation of undergraduate fitness professionals within the fields of kinesiology, biomechanics, exercise prescription, and exercise physiology. Today, Alex continues to work with diverse populations of all ages at Equalize Fitness in Yonkers, NY. In addition, Alex works closely with the medical community through the Equalize Fitness Post MedCare™ program.
His successful fitness methodologies emphasize evidence-based, age-appropriate programming with a specific focus given to cardiovascular and strength training. Alex approaches fitness as a lifelong behavior modification where his clients can realize continuous improvement. If you are looking to get stronger or you have had an injury in the past that prevents you from working out, Alex will work with you towards the goal of integrating exercise and optimal wellness into the daily demands of life for each unique member.
Alex holds a BS in Health Science from Mercy College and a MS in Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology from Long Island University – Brooklyn. He is a Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).