Worcester Fitness Nutrition programs include nutrition consultations with fitness training.
Our certified nutrition specialists will help you:
- Create and maintain positive eating behaviors.
- Build long and short-term attainable goals.
- Understand dietary allowances and energy nutrients
- Determine Total Energy Expenditure (TEE)
- Calculate energy needs for endurance athletes
- Identify pitfalls of dieting
- Read and understand food labels.
- Manage nutrition, weight, and general fitness
Worcester Fitness Nutrition Training Team
AASDN Nutrition Specialist
Joanne Salois has been in the health and fitness field for over 28 years. Joanne is an ACE certified personal trainer, an ACE specialist in orthopedic exercise, AASDN nutrition specialist, AAFA group fitness trainer, and also holds numerous certifications in health and wellness, including Pilates, PowerFlex, yoga, and cycling. Through safety and professionalism, Joanne demonstrates the highest standard of service for attainable and positive results. Her skill and expertise in fitness assessment and corrective and functional training provides the ability to develop an in-depth individualized fitness prescription regimen. Joanne’s knowledge as a nutrition specialist enables her to guide clients through the appropriate dietary recommendations for weight management and healthy living, allowing each client to achieve their long and short term personal goals. Joanne believes physical activity, flexibility, and nutrition work in synergy toward the success of an individual’s physical potential. The key is to incorporate these three essential elements into one’s daily life to maintain all dimensions of health and wellness.
AASDN Nutrition Specialist
Denleigh graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS Degree in Exercise Science from Bridgewater State. In addition to being an Ace Certified Personal Trainer and AASDN Nutrition Specialist, she has also been a cycling and small group instructor for over 20 years. She is ACE Mind Body and Senior Specialist. She teaches indoor cycling, small group training, and yoga classes. She admires the quote inspired by Mathew Jeffers -The only disability in life is a bad attitude. Look beyond imperfections, be happy, do what you can, and live your life.
BS Dietetics, University of New Hampshire
Julia grew up in Massachusetts and is a nutrition: dietetics graduate from the University of New Hampshire. Between cycling, skiing, running, dancing, and doing gymnastics she has always had a passion for being active. Julia became a Zumba instructor in high school and later went on to get her spin and personal training certifications. She has coached gymnastics, Orangetheory Fitness classes, taught kids’ and adults’ nutrition courses, and led group exercise classes in the community. Julia loves nutrition research and had the opportunity to present projects at conferences including the international American Society for Nutrition 2018 conference in Boston. Currently, she is working on becoming a Registered Dietitian and hopes to focus on gastrointestinal health and wellness/ weight management. She loves sharing her love of fitness and nutrition with elementary schoolers all the way through senior citizens and always strives to help people find their favorite way to get active and healthy!
Personal Trainer/Nutrition Specialist
Certified Personal Trainer
Janine earned her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania and her Master’s Degree in Adapted Physical Activity from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.
While at Lock Haven she was a two-sport athlete in Women’s Soccer and Track and Field. She specializes in working with people who have either short-term or long-term disabilities, rehabilitative exercises, athletic training geared towards clients looking to prevent future injuries, and also improve their athletic performance.
Janine found a love for disability sports after her internship at Riekes Center for Human Enhancement in California where she worked with a wide range of athletes, including young adults, Paralympians, and Veterans.
Janine currently holds her Certified Adaptive Recreation and Sports Specialist Level 1, Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist through NASM, and is an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor.
Janine is a Certified Plant-Based Sports Nutrition Coach, helping her clients achieve a healthy diet with macronutrients, following a primarily plant-based diet, not to be confused with strictly vegetarian. She helps clients find a balance with a satisfying variety, and appropriate quantity of foods regardless of their dietary plans. She’s skilled vegetarian, vegan, omnivore, etc)
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