Hi! My name is Will, and I’m excited to join the coaching team at Spectrum Fitness! Throughout my life, I’ve always been involved with sports. My primary activities growing up were swimming and football, but I also tried skiing, cycling, and baseball at different points. I’m naturally competitive and love to move around!
During high school I was injured playing football, and the experience interested me in learning more about how we prepare our bodies to perform athletically.
Afterwards, I realized I’d like to focus on involving myself with sports performance for as long as I could.
At college I decided to study Movement Science, which only deepened my passion for fitness! I studied at University of Michigan, and spent most of the past 4 years living in Ann Arbor. (Go Blue!) My program mainly focused on anatomy and the different ways our bodies work. I was most interested in how we learn new movements, and the nuances involved in teaching those movements to other people.
My first time at Spectrum was as an intern in 2019. I spent that summer working alongside the trainers in Beverly soaking up as much information as I could! At that point, almost all my prior weightlifting experience was from what I’d
done during football conditioning programs. That summer taught me valuable lessons about fitness, and my final two years at school benefitted from everything I learned. When I finished school in 2021, I was eager to keep learning, and I knew the best place to do that would be at Spectrum! I returned during the summer and I’ve been coaching here since.
Outside of work I try to keep up with lots of different hobbies. During my free time my favorite things to do are shoot hoops, listen to music, drive around the North Shore, and spend time with my family! When it’s nice outside, I like to go on walks to explore my town. I also love watching Boston and Detroit sports teams, especially the Patriots and the Lions.
Thank you for taking the time to read about me and what I’m interested in.
I’m looking forward to working with you!