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Craig Lifner

 
Craig’s Tip:
 
“Do your cardio after your strength training. Why? Well, it takes your body 20 minutes just to start utilizing fat as a primary energy source. If you do your strength training first, you will sufficiently warm up your body and begin the fat utilization process. By the time you finish your strength training and begin your cardio, your body will be primed and ready to utilize fat as its primary energy source.”
 

Craig Lifner is a certified personal trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA). In 2012 he also became certified by Kettlebell Athletics as a Level 1 Kettlebell Trainer. Craig also attended Bridgewater State University from 2004-2007, majoring in exercise science. He has been involved in fitness for the majority of his life, exercising and participating in …

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Dana Capizzi

 
Dana Capizzi’s Tip:
 
“Nothing good in life is easy. The only failures in life are the opportunities you don’t take.”
 

Dana Capizzi graduated in 2008 from University of Massachusetts Lowell with a Bachelor of Psychology and Gender Studies. Since then she has earned her NESTA (National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association) Certification in 2012, gaining subject matter knowledge that prepared her for everything from injury prevention to weight loss and conditioning. In 2013, she became certified by Les Mill’s Body Pump, thereby even further broadening her experience with group fitness. Since Dana was a preteen she has competed competitively in cheerleading as well as gymnastics. She has won several cheerleading titles including State Champions in High School.

Dana is extremely passionate about fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. She excels in the …

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Dana Capizzi

 
Dana Capizzi’s Tip:
 
“Nothing good in life is easy. The only failures in life are the opportunities you don’t take.”
 

Dana Capizzi graduated in 2008 from University of Massachusetts Lowell with a Bachelor of Psychology and Gender Studies. Since then she has earned her NESTA (National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association) Certification in 2012, gaining subject matter knowledge that prepared her for everything from injury prevention to weight loss and conditioning. In 2013, she became certified by Les Mill’s Body Pump, thereby even further broadening her experience with group fitness. Since Dana was a preteen she has competed competitively in cheerleading as well as gymnastics. She has won several cheerleading titles including State Champions in High School.

Dana is extremely passionate about fitness and living a healthy lifestyle. She excels in the …

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Elissa Knott

 
Elissa’s Tip
 
“What you eat in private, you will wear in public.”
 

Elissa Knott started her career as a personal trainer serving as a United States Marine in 2008 assisting other service members in combat nutrition, fitness and weight maintenance. Elissa is a graduate of the American Academy of Personal Training (AAPT), Boston division, certified in pre/post natal fitness and is currently attending Framingham State University studying Food and Nutrition.

Elissa enjoys helping clients achieve the results they are looking for by setting smart, reasonable goals by good planning and pushing past the comfort zone with safety as the highest priority. Elissa likes using free weights, kettlebells, cables and other exercise equipment that will challenge the muscles throughout the entire range of motion for the best results. Elissa promises …

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Fernando Rivera

 
Fernando’s Tip
“Believe you can do something and you will. If you continue to tell yourself that the task in front of you will be hard, guess what? It will be. Whether it be better eating choices or a new routine that I throw in your path, tackle it like a bull. Find that winning attitude inside yourself. Remember, if you believe you can do something, you will!”

Fernando Rivera has practiced martial arts for over 30 years. He is licensed in several states as a Professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter. He has a red belt in Tae Kwon Do, a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), and has his Third Degree Black Belt in American Kenpo Karate.

Fernando is an active fighter and has been training professional and amateur fighters for …

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