Why us?

Specifically Designed for High Performers.

Because our standards are higher; and yours should be too.

The fitness industry has no regulation or licensure. Most personal trainers have little more than a passion for exercise and a "certification" that they likely earned with a few weeks of self-study -- or, at the most, over a weekend seminar.

That "professional" personal trainer you are trusting with the health of your endocrinology, cardiology, and orthopedics likely has absolutely no formal education in any of these areas. (It should come as no surprise that improper exercise instruction is one of the top causes of insurance claims in the fitness industry.)

This is why our hiring standard for our personal trainers is a minimum of a BSc in Exercise Science, though most have earned Master's Degrees.

Our personal trainers are not working to make ends meet while they pursue acting careers or other endeavors -- they are committed career professionals, who are apply four to six years of in-depth technical education to ensure that you reach your highest potential.

Don't let the status quo set your standard -- set your own for your most valuable asset, your body, and come work with us.


Charlie Weingroff, DPT

Dr. Charlie Weingroff is the Director of Physical Therapy at Apex Human Performance.

Charlie is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He was most recently the Director of Physical Performance and Resiliency and Lead Physical Therapist for the United States Marines Corps Special Operations Command in Camp Lejeune, NC.

Through rehabbing patients, he subscribes to a movement-based approach popularized by the works of Dr. Vladimir Janda, Dr. Shirley Sahrmann, Dr. Stuart McGill, and Gray Cook. In training athletes and clients, he champions the principles of the Functional Movement Screen and sound, evidence-based training principles. Some of the methodologies Charlie is formally trained in include DNS, ART, Dry Needling, Graston, FMS/SFMA, and the RKC.

Charlie also served as Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and Assistant Athletic Trainer for the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers. Among the highlights of his tenure in Philadelphia was being part of the medical staff that ranked 1st in the NBA in Player Missed Games.

Aside from working with patients, athletes and clients, he is also under the bar himself. In 2007, he achieved AAPF Elite status in the 220 weight class with a total of 1915 pounds. His best powerlifting competition total is 800 squat, 510 bench press and 605 deadlift.

Chris Duffin

Known as the “Mad Scientist of Strength” Chris Duffin is a former corporate executive turned inventor and movement professional. He has positioned himself uniquely in the fitness world bridging the gap between top clinical rehabilitation experts and sports performance professionals, as well as actively working with both. He advocates and uses evidence-based approaches in developing both his coaching and cueing methodologies and line of innovative strength training equipment. Chris keeps it simple with reinforcing clean natural movement patterns as a foundation for building strength.

As of today, Chris is the only person in the world capable of squatting and deadlifting over 900lbs at his bodyweight and is one of the most elite pro Powerlifters of our age. Chris may also be the only strength coach that is regularly asked to present at Ph.D level courses on human movement.

Dean Somerset

Dean is an internationally renown educator and public speaker in Exercise Science whose main area of expertise is injury and medical dysfunction management.

Dean has built a reputation as one of the leading authorities in functional anatomy, corrective exercise, and post-rehabilitation in the fitness industry. He is consistently featured in major international fitness publications such as T-Nation.com, Bodybuilding.com, and many others.

Quinn Henoch, DPT

Dr. Quinn Henoch is a highly respected Doctor of Physical Therapy, with a passion for movement analysis. The focus of his clinical practice is helping patients figure out a more effective way to move their bodies — to reduce pain and/or improve performance.

While much of the attention these days is on Quinn’s clinical practice (and other industry endeavors including ClinicalAthlete.com), Quinn has also garnered distinction as an athlete: playing Division 1 football; competing in track and field, Crossfit, and powerlifting; and most recently as a nationally ranked Olympic weightlifter.

Tony Gentilcore, CSCS

Tony Gentilcore, CSCS, is one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance where he served as strength coach from 2007-2015. He now owns and operates his own small training studio in Brookline, MA called CORE. He's routinely featured in health/fitness publications such as Men's Health, Women's Health, T-Nation.com, and BodyBuilding.com and also writes a popular blog on his website TonyGentilcore.com.

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