Braydon is currently working a dual masters in Rehabilitation Science and Sport Psychology. Sports and physical activity have always had a positive impact on his life, and his goals are to use knowledge to help people move and feel better during their daily activities.
Kenny graduated from Waynesburg University with a degree in Exercise Science. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and an EXOS-certified Performance Specialist (XPS). Kenny joined the Wellness Center team in 2012. His training specialties include Athletic Performance, Weight Loss, Chronic Conditions, Power Lifting, and Strength. Kenny has many favorite activities including hiking, kayaking, Frisbee golf, hunting, swimming, biking, reading books, woodworking, and watching movies.
Sami’s passion for fitness started her sophomore year of high school when she began weight training, to not only challenge herself physically but also mentally. This decision quickly changed the way she viewed not only her overall health, but also the health of those around Sami. This commitment to a healthier lifestyle has uncovered her passion for helping others to obtain a goal that will ultimately lead them to a healthier way of life. Sami believes that exercise is one of the best forms of medicine that is beneficial to everyone for a wide range of reasons. Sami’s training specialties include circuit training, strength and conditioning, and weight loss.
Tyler obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physiology and his Minor in Exercise Science from Pennsylvania State University. He is a Certified Physical Preparation Specialist (CPPS) and has experience collaborating with Physical Therapists to help clients with pain management and prevention. Tyler specializes in helping busy professionals speed up their metabolism and get stronger. His other specialties include helping athletes prepare for the specific demands of their sport and has a passion for educating all of his clients throughout their fitness journey. When Tyler isn’t training clients he enjoys tailgating, wakeboarding, surfing, reading, football, and all things Penguins and Steelers related.
Dave graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. He is a Certified Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and has been a personal trainer since 2016. Dave’s passion for fitness and being physically active started from a young age and developed as a high school athlete participating in both football and basketball. He has experience training older adults, special populations, and athletes of all ages. Dave also has experience in prehab, and has assisted in physical rehabilitation settings. His main focus is to help clients exceed their goals, and to improve their health and quality of life. He believes in helping his clients learn to leverage a growth mindset in order to reach their goals; to do things that scare you, to take on challenges that force you to discover your true abilities, and to find hope and joy in the outcome of what you set forth to accomplish
Lynn turned to Pilates in 1999 for relief from lower back pain. Not only did she permanently eliminate her pain, she felt so much stronger and more energized that she soon began training to become an instructor through PHI Pilates. She has now taught all levels of Pilates for the last 16 years, including personal training, and is studying for a certification through the Pilates Method Alliance (PMA). Lynn also has participated in several PHI produced instructional DVDs
Bill attended and played football for Malone University in Canton, Ohio, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Adult Fitness. He continued his education at Kent State University, where he received his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and is currently in the final stages of a second master’s degree in Nutrition and Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology. Bill also obtained certifications as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, Functional Movement Screen practitioner, and Personal Trainer. The drive for his educational pursuits comes from his passion to help all people reach any performance or health goal they have. Bill believes that the focus of all training is movement. Some want to increase the amount of movement they can perform, the strength and speed of particular movements or use movements to increase general health and reduce pain. Working as a personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, and in physical rehab, settings have given Bill the experience to help all people become better, regardless of where they start from.