Paul started to be a WerkOut boot camp client and after 2 years of attending boot camps, he mastered our boot camps and completed personal training course with NCSF. Paul, who is the Embarcadero trainer, focuses on medicine balls in his boot camp. He is also a history teacher and PE instructor for basketball, football and soccer with high school kids.
I specialize in personal training that combines TRX suspension; rip training, kettle bells, BoSu ball exercises, Pilates, and yoga. Personal training sessions are held at Alex Fitness on Market Street in the Castro. Our WERKout! Personal training and boot camps is uniquely designed fusion fitness program comprised of TRX suspension, sprints, yoga, running, and fun partner drills. For corporations looking for a group program, please email me for more information.
It all began for me at the age or nine when I started kicking balls and dancing my life into fitness. Fitness became a way of life for me when I was sixteen after I suffered a neck injury from dancing. Using weight training as a way to rehabilitate myself, I quickly fell in love with it. At 19, I began my journey with fitness as a career when I moved to Seattle, Washington. There I completed a Sports Science and Human Performance program at the University of Washington while I also worked at X-Gym.
In 2009, I moved here to San Francisco. Shortly after arriving, I was hired at BodyFi and made its Founding Manager. While there, I quickly helped expand BodyFi’s client base and helped the company grow so successfully that it was able to expand and move to a new, larger location within the city’s financial district. Beyond the work I do for my business, I have used my talents as a personal trainer and my enthusiasm for fitness to support our community. I started “Boot Camp for a Cause.” Through these events, I’ve helped raise money and awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS, including raising money for the AIDS/LifeCyle and AIDS Walk SF.
All right, time for me to shut up and it’s time for you to come and start your WERKout!
As I always say, “Shut up and WERKout!”