Personal Training: Meet the Trainers
Fitness TrainerKye is from New York and Martha’s Vineyard where he began Personal Training over 15 years ago. He received his certification from the National Council of Strength and Fitness. His specialties include: Core work, Strength, Stabilization, Cardio, Boxing, Kick Boxing, PNF Stretching, TRX training, Sports Team and Group Training: generally, recruiting more muscle stabilizers in order to increase power. Kye is inspired by the observation of how the body works and by challenging the body and mind to improve daily life, inside and out, by promoting overall body and mind awareness. He offers Personal Training, Pump Fit classes, Trx training, Cross training, Tabata, and Cardio Kickboxing.
Fitness Trainer and Class Instructor
Alyson is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer with a background in athletics, dance and, more recently, yoga. She teaches “Moves and Grooves” on Mondays and Wednesdays at 9:45 a.m. As a professional nutritionist, she has worked in many kitchens from the local co-op to Kripalu. Her dream is to become a certified dietician and to continue training and teaching for many years to come.
Fitness TrainerHenry joins Airport Fitness from Minneapolis, Minnesota, most recently working for Orangetheory Fitness Uptown and as a Sports Performance Intern at the University of Minnesota. Certified through the NSCA and well versed in Reflexive Performance Reset, Henry believes in coaching the body to relearn natural movement and breathing patterns through dynamic exercise and proper mechanics.
Fitness TrainerTory Dolan has been teaching fitness classes for the last 20 years. She is a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She is certified to teach Spin, Bootcamp, Barre, Pound and Yoga, on top of her Precision Nutrition Level 1 training and her American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) certifications.
In class, expect Tory to motivate you, teach you to move properly, and get you inspired to dig a little deeper and push a little more.