20+ highly-qualified, highly-motivated coaches ready to get you to where you want to be.

I heard about Platoon from friends but was not sure it was for me. Flash forward 14 years and it’s now one of the best parts of my life.
No matter what shape you’re in, try it.
– G. Garry, Mother of 5

It's time to start your personal growth journey

Our 20+ instructors have been vetted to the highest degree, so you know that no matter who you are working out with, you are getting the absolute best service available.

Mike Smaltz is the Director of Operations and Training at Platoon Fitness, as well as its founder. He has taught over 17,000 outdoor fitness classes and has spent over 25,000 hours working individually with clients during the past 18 years. Mike dedicates himself to providing each client with a unique training program, optimized to meet individual needs and goals. Mike’s training sessions and all Platoon Fitness classes follow the four pillars he created – Structure, Discipline, Accountability and Sacrifice. He works with clients of all fitness levels and ages, including current and former high school, college and professional athletes, members of the military, post-trauma rehabilitation, pre- and post- natal, cancer and fibromyalgia patients, and geriatric populations. Mike can create and tailor a workout to meet the goals and abilities of any client. He can adapt these routines to a variety of environments, designing workouts that can be done at home, in the gym, on the beach or even in a hotel room when traveling. Mike continuously varies his clients’ workouts, never using the same routine twice, and focuses not only on the clients’ training goals but also on their general health and well-being.

Certifications include: ACE (American Council on Exercise), AAAI-ISSA, IFPA (International Fitness & Physique Association) and NSCA-CPT (National Strength and Conditioning Association), Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC) Level 1 certified, studied under RKC founder Pavel Tsatsouline; CrossFit Level 1 & 2 coach,TRX certified, Titleist Performance Institute Golf Fitness Instructor Level 1, Kettlebell Athletic Level 1, USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, CrossFit Olympic Weightlifting certified coach, First Aid/CPR/Lifeguard Instructor for the American Red Cross; leading quarterly training seminars. Mike is a licensed muscular therapist (MT), specializing in Pfrimmer, Myofascial Release and Sports Massage, FMT 1&2 (Functional Movement Tape-Rock Tape), KT 1 & 2 (Kinesiotape). Leader of Platoon Fitness’ certified training program, instructing over 150 trainers to reach Instructor Levels 1 & 2. smaltzPrior to starting Platoon Fitness, Mike was in the US Navy for six years, graduated the Dive farer boot camp program, went to Navy communications school and entered BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/ SEAL) training, following which he was stationed overseas. During his years in the military, Mike became the Head Fitness Trainer for his command, whereby he was responsible for training other military personnel. After leaving the US Navy and studying at the PA School of Muscular Therapy, Mike taught the first Platoon class about 18 years ago to a group of approximately 45 people of all fitness levels on the beach at the New Jersey shore. Many of those original participants are still members of Platoon Fitness today. Platoon Fitness has grown from an organization that held one class to a fitness institution with over 60 outdoor classes, five outdoor locations in the Philadelphia region, a 10,000 square foot indoor location in Bryn Mawr and a 4,000 square foot indoor location in Philadelphia. Platoon Fitness also advises various corporate clients such as Lincoln Financial and VWR on their overall fitness programs. Mike recently was named the “Best of Philly Personal Trainer” by Philadelphia Magazine, has been quoted in hundreds of fitness articles. Mike enjoys competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and had two 3rd place finishes in the Masters International Jiu Jitsu Championships in Rio DeJaniro, Brazil in July 2011. He currently also continues to compete in endurance adventure races, as well as, sprint obstacle race.

Greg is a former Semi Pro football player and two time Junior Olympic competitor, specializing in the 100 and 200 meter dash as well as the 4×100 and 4×400 meter relay. He is a graduate of the National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) specializing in Weight Loss as well as Function, Mobility, Strength and Conditioning. He has been with Platoon since 2005. Greg is a Certified running coach, having Studied under Dr. Nicolas Romanov the Founder of the Pose Running Method. Using video analysis Greg has worked with numerous athletes to fix improper running form and technique to substantially lower your time. He also holds Level 1 and Level 2 Kettlebell Athletics certifications and is working on his USAW Olympic weightlifting certification. Greg has a real niche when it comes to working with kids and adults to help them achieve their goals by getting to know them on a personal level.

Platoon’s Director of Massage Therapy Kelly Coghlan has been a licensed massage therapist in Pennsylvania for 8 years. Most of her work has been with people recovering from injury and specializes in therapeutic techniques. Kelly has certifications in deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, muscle scraping, and sports massage. Helping people return to a pain-free lifestyle is her passion. She is also a strong supporter of self-care. Kelly believes in the body’s ability to heal itself, and that massage therapy is one of the many paths to restoring health and wholeness to the body.

Noah Spear started training Jiu-jitsu in 1996 under “The Gracie Brothers,” the famous sons of the legendary Helio Gracie the creator of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Since then, Noah has been training and competing across America and into Brazil as well. He identified strongly with “the gentle art” and started what would become a rewarding lifestyle and career for him. Noah won the first ever Gracie National title in 1997 with only one year of Jiu-jitsu experience, defeating opponents that significantly outranked him. In 1999 Noah took his first of numerous trips to Brazil, the “Mecca” of Jiu Jitsu.

There he trained at various Brazilian Jiu Jitsu schools training and sharing information with some of the greatest grapplers on the planet. (People like Royler, Carlinous and Rolker Gracie, Saulo Ribiero, Ricardo Liborio, Rodrigo “Minatouro” Nogueira, Mario Sperry, and Vitor Belfort to name only a few.) During his many trips to Brazil Noah would compete in the Jiu Jitsu world championships as well as other well-known Brazilian tournaments. While there he also learned Portuguese and traveled to many schools experiencing the heart of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Noah also volunteer his time to local charity projects that sponsored teaching Jiu Jitsu in the local “Favelas” or ghettos to some of Rio de Janeiro’s poverty stricken youth. He accredits his time spent in Brazil as some of the most influential and memorable experiences in his Jiu Jitsu career, and his life as a whole. In his competition career Noah won additional national Jim Jets titles in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2007. Noah is a Grapplers Quest, N.A.G.A., and Pan American Champion. Noah also won the prestigious Master’s world championships in 2003 in Brazil. In 2004 he was awarded as on of the best grapplers in the world by Rated.com and Grapplers Quest. He has also accumulated many awards in submission grappling, such as winning the V.V.F. Submission Grappling Super Fight in 2004. He is also a Beast of the East, and U.S. Grappling submission grappling champion. Noah has been teaching the art of Jiu Jitsu and self defense for almost a decade. He has led seminars and classes across the U.S. and as well as in Brazil. His children’s programs and women’s self defense courses are highly acclaimed, and have been featured in many news programs including Good Day Philadelphia and Fox news. Noah’s students consistently win championships on both the local and world wide circuit. He is accredited as a master technician and a gifted and learned instructor. Noah puts everything into his students and knows every student could be a champion. Noah believes that Jiu Jitsu is the foundation of martial arts training. He believes that Jiu Jitsu benefits the mind body and soul like nothing else out there. “The training is rewarding and strengthening in ways that can be expressed in no other way.”

Noah’s Titles * 1997 Gracie National Champ middle weight * 1998 Gracie National Champ middle weight * 1999 Yamazaki Grapplers Challenge Absolute champion * 1999 N.J. Quest for the Cup Champion * 2000 NAGA Absolute Gi Champion * 2001 Pan American Champion * 2002 NAGA Absolute Gi Champion * 2002 NAGA No-Gi champion * 2002 Tatu Absolute Champion * 2003 VVF No-Gi Super Fight Champion * 2003 CBJJ Mundial Masters champion * 2004 Ohio Gracie Nationals champion * 2004 Copa Atlantica Absolute Champion Gi * 2005 Grapplers Quest Beast of the East No- Gi Champion (weight class and absolute) * 2006 Copa Atlantica Champion Black Belt – 175 and over * 2007 U.S. Grappling North American Combat Sports Championships 1st – No Gi Advanced Light Heavy * 2007 Grapplers Quest National Championships 1st Place Black Belt Heavyweight

The 2007 Mainline Personal Trainer of the Year, Mike McLaughlin prides himself in his expertise as a personal trainer and acclaimed chef. Mike holds many personal training certifications and is extensively trained in Russian Kettlebell. Mike had the honor of studying directly under Pavel, Russian Kettlebell’s inventor. He holds a Level One Russian Kettlebell Certification (RKC) and is one of only an elite few who are training for the Level Two RKC. While he is too shy to admit it, we have it on good information that Mike received one of the all-time highest scores on the National Strength and Conditioning Association Certification (NSCA) exam and is NSCA certified.

His consummate knowledge and his ability to translate this knowledge into results make Mike one of the most sought after trainers in the Northeast. In addition to RKC, Mike holds certifications in CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Nutrition, he is a National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) certified instructor and is certified in Nutrition Counseling. Mike is a Platoon University Level 1 certified Platoon Outdoor instructor. He is AED/CPR, and First Aid through the American Red Cross.

David Ruhl, CPT, LMT, DNS is a Marine Corps veteran having served from 2002 to 2005. David lives in Pottstown, Pennsylvania with his two dogs, Bonnie and Coe. 
His passion is helping others mentally, physically, and emotionally to perform at their best. He has prepared many candidates for the Service Academy and Special Service tests. David is nationally certified by the American Aerobics Association International (AAAI) as well as the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM) as a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). David is a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) holding advanced certifications in Myofascial Release (MFR), Deep Tissue and Joint Mobilization. 
He is a Level 1 Mixed Martial Arts Strength and Conditioning Coach having studied directly with world-renowned martial arts coach Juan Carlos Santana at the Institute for Human Performance. David has also achieved the status of Levels 1 and 2 certified instructor in both Kettlebell Athletics and Kinesiology Taping. He is a Prague Rehabilitation Level 1, 2, and 3 Instructor of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization.
As a strength coach, David has had notable success with powerlifters, sending several to State level competitions. He helped coach the Special Olympic Powerlifting Team that won Gold in China. 
Also, he has worked with professional fighters, Olympic wrestlers, and Olympic boxers, teaching them Olympic and Powerlifting techniques and how to incorporate them into their sport. David served in the US Marine Corps from 2002-2005 during which a portion of his time was spent managing his company’s Physical Training program. This gave him the opportunity to work with overweight Marines and get them fit for duty. David was awarded the Platoon Ironman in boot camp for having the highest physical training score (287) within his unit. David began powerlifting when he was just 13 and has competed in weight-classes ranging from 123-181 lbs. His personal records are 475 squat, 315 bench, and 515 deadlift, all in the 165 class. He is a former State Record holder in the squat, multiple time National qualifier, and one time World qualifier. He has also participated in Olympic weightlifting, with a 125 kilo Clean and Jerk and 100 kilo Snatch at 77 kilos bw. David wrestled through high school and for a year on the USMC Camp Lejeune Base Greco Team at 156 lbs. When David is not training, he is an avid outdoorsman. David’s passion for the outdoors has led him to many state parks throughout the country. He spent most of his time on the east coast where he has visited dozens of state parks up and down the eastern seaboard.

Bill Manley is a certified personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a level 1 Olympic weightlifting coach through USAW as well as a Level One Russian Kettlebell Certification (RKC). Bill is Platoon’s head Muay Thai instructor. In addition to his education in fitness, he holds a degree in Emergency Medical Services and worked as an EMT in Montgomery County for over two years before coming to Platoon Fitness. He works with Mixed Martial Arts competitors and performs fitness assessments for professional athletes. Bill works with all ages. He is also a Strength and Conditioning specialist who personalizes programs for the non-athlete as well as athletes. He is currently attending college as a kinesiology major with his sights set on becoming a physician’s assistant.

Jim McGoldrick became a personal trainer at 19 by attending and graduating from the National Personal Training Institute (NPTI). This year long course gave Jim the foundation for excelling as a Platoon Instructor. Jim completed Platoon University and is certified to instruct both Platoon Outdoor and Platoon CrossFit classes. Jim also is CPR, AED and First Aid certified through the American Red Cross. He is CrossFit certified. Jim is Russian Kettlebell Certified (RKC) having studied directly with its founder Pavel. He is a certified Nutritional Counselor. Jim is Olympic Lifting Certified and is certified in Pose Running.

Jim is a big sports fan and enjoys playing. Jim worked at many clubs and owned his own successful facility. Family is important to Jim and he loves reading and learning new things.
National personal training institute CPT/Nutritional Consultant
Russian Kettlebell Certified (RKC) Instructor
Paleo nutrition certified
CrossFit certified coach
Olympic Lifting certified coach
Pose running certified coach
TRX suspension certified Instructor
CPR/AED certified

Ken began his personal training career in 2012 after receiving a B.S. in Kinesiology from Temple University and holds his personal trainer certification through the American Council on Exercise. Ken is also in pursuit of a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Dominican College of Blauvelt. He is originally from Central New Jersey where he was a varsity wrestler in high school turned competitive golfer in college. He prides himself on working with clientele from the ages of 3 to 90 years old. Ken utilizes his combined knowledge from his academic and athletic background to tailor fitness programs which are specific to the needs of his clients. Ken works with clients of all ages, abilities, athletes and clients with a history of injury.

Matthew graduated from National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) in 2015, but his passion for personal training started a long time ago. In 2013 while coaching catholic youth basketball, his sister was struggling to lose weight and asked Matt for help. She lost 45 pounds and Matt decided to dedicate himself to helping people.
Matt specializes in human performance for Squash, lacrosse, football, soccer, basketball and tennis players. He is Certified in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)Weight loss and strength and conditioning and passions for him.
Matt still loves basketball and has played in a mens league for more than 5 years.


Originally from Bensalem, PA, Stephen O’Donnell graduated from Lasalle University with a Bachelor’s in Business Marketing.  A Varsity athlete, Stephen competed on the school’s Division I Track and Field team.  He specialized in the 400 meter event and was an A10 Champion in the 4×400.  Stephen has shared his passion for Track and Field by coaching high school athletes.
Stephen is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  He has experience instructing all ages in a variety of modalities of functional training.  In addition to being certified through AAAI and Red Cross CPR/AED, Stephen recently continued his education by earning Kettlebell Athletics Level I and Level II certifications.  In his free time, Stephen enjoys training for and competing in endurance events such as triathlons and 10K runs.

Stu Smith is a Certified Professional personal trainer with several National certifications including American Aerobic Association International (AAAI). He holds an advanced certification in Older Adult Fitness and Aging Population Sports Specific instruction. He completed Platoon University Level 1 and is a Certified Platoon Outdoor Instructor. Stu is CPR, AED and First Aid certified. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and holds a BA in Speech and Persuasion. While at UConn he formed the first intramural powerlifting team and won his weight class two years in a row. Upon graduation he entered the military and while at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri was made Acting Drill Instructor and won Trainee of the Cycle out of 200 men.

Stu is married with four children and three grandchildren all of which he has inspired through physical fitness. He is an accomplished weight trainer, hiker and cycling expert and formed Team Greyhound of Media Cycling which is established as one of the areas top amateur road racing cycling clubs. Stu also formed and co-chairs the Bike-4-Sight, an annual fund-raising cycling event. He is particularly suited to cycling-specific plyometric cycling programs and weight loss through core strength, cardio endurance and nutrition.
Cristi Bartlett has been an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Penn since 2012. Prior to joining the Quakers’ staff, Bartlett served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Morehead State University. At the end of 2011, she made her initial appearance on the strength and conditioning staff at Penn before accepting another position at James Madison University as an assistant strength and conditioning coach . Bartlett then returned to Penn in August 2012.
Bartlett was a collegiate athlete at Winthrop University and Catawba College where she played basketball from 2004-08. She earned her bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2008. Bartlett then attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2010. While attending UNC Charlotte, she worked within the strength and conditioning departments at Davidson College and North Carolina State University as well as with the Charlotte 49ers. In her spare time, she casually competes in USAPL powerlifting where she holds records in the deadlift and total and placed 2 nd in the 2015 USAPL National Competition. Bartlett is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCS) and a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM).
Cristi Bartlett is a seasonal Strength and Conditioning coach working for the Tennessee Titans.  She holds the distinction of being the Titans First female Strength Coach.

Paul Fenaroli, originally from Monroe, Connecticut, Paul was the Heavyweight State Wrestling Champion in 2007. he graduated from Stony Brook University in 2011 and played Big South conference All American in 2010. Paul played professional football for the NFL, AFL, and UFL as an offensive lineman, having played for the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers.

Rashan Chanyothi graduated from Temple University with a BS in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise & Sport Science. He has a deep interest in the evidence based knowledge and foundation of science behind all aspects of exercise ranging from the neuromuscular, physiological, bioenergetic, and biomechanical level and how each can promote health and performance. At Temple, Rashan had the privilege of learning from one of the best in the field of exercise science, Dr. Mike Isratel and Dr. James Hoffmann of Renaissance Periodization, who provide science based diet and training programs for top athletes and general population in the areas of physique alteration, sports performance, and health.

Rashan takes pride in applying the knowledge he has gained to his own clients and athletes. He’s interested in furthering his knowledge in the field and plans on attaining a MS in a kinesiology/exercise science related field. Rashan grew up playing numerous sports before committing to wrestling and football, wrestling in particular, being one of the most accomplished wrestlers to go through his high school. Before transferring to Temple, he wrestled at West Virginia University for some time in the 184/174 lb weight class. Through competitive wrestling and football, not only was he passionate about the sports, he fell in love with the training that came along with them. Now he trains in powerlifting and weightlifting, designing his own training and diet programs, and looks forward to competing.
NSCA CSCS (National Strength & Conditioning Association-Certified Strength &
Conditioning Specialist)
USAW Level 1 (USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach)
USAPL-CC (USA Powerlifting Club Coach)
First Aid/CPR & AED American Heart Association (Heartsaver)

Prior to her arrival at Platoon, Battistoni earned her BFA from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J., where she was named to the Deans List multiple times and invited to present her work at events held by the Rutgers Entrepreneurial Society. While earning her degree, she was a scholarship recipient and four-year member of the women’s varsity swimming and diving team. Battistoni helped the 2006 RU women’s team rank 12th nationally, was a 2x Big East Champion Competitor and was selected to the Big East All-Academic Team three years in a row before she suffered a severe back injury which forced her to redshirt.

From 2016 to 2017 Battistoni was the Assistant Swim Coach at Butler University and a strength & conditioning coach at Sparta Training Academy. From 2014 to 2016 she was the Director of Operations & Interim Assistant Coach for Rutgers Women’s Swimming & Diving. During this time she also coached Scarlet Aquatic Club and was training at Apollon Gym.
Battistoni served as coach for Seacoast Swimming Association from 2011-2014 where she had the opportunity to coach every age group. In 2014 she was also named Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. Her program design, which focused on functional strength, mobility, and injury prevention, helped Seacoast rank in the top 4% of 2700 registered USA swim teams.
Battistoni is a native of Providence, R.I. As a high school swimmer she was a Boston Globe All-Scholastic Award Winner (3x), Boston Herald All-Scholastic Award Winner (4x), and was named Swimmer of the Year by the Boston Herald in 2005. Battistoni was co-captain of her high school team and a 4-year varsity letter holder.
Battistoni currently holds CSCS and TRX Certifications and is interning with UPenn Strength & Conditioning. She is looking into becoming NKT Certified in the near future.

Reece is a graduate from Temple University with a B.S. in Exercise & Sport Science. He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist under the National Strength & Conditioning Association, as well as a USA Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach. A personal trainer for three years, he also has hundreds of hours of experience as an intern coach at both University of Pennsylvania Strength & Conditioning and TopSpeed Performance School in King of Prussia. He enjoys training clients of all levels and fitness goals, and specializes in sport performance training for athletes.

He is originally from Harleysville, Pennsylvania, where he was a four year varsity letter winner in both winter indoor and spring outdoor track & field. He is also CPR/AED certified by the American Red Cross. He is currently working on attaining his Corrective Exercise Specialist certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Devon is a Registered Yoga Teacher (200 RYT) who moved to Philadelphia from Arlington, VA. She graduated from James Madison University with a B.S. in Health Sciences and a concentration in Pre-Occupational therapy. Devon worked at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital as a Senior Rehabilitation Technician. She worked with stroke and traumatic brain injury patients, co-treating with occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech language therapists.
Devon is passionate about helping people lose weight, get strong and reach their goals. Her specialty is working with people of all fitness levels reach their goals.

Tuesday Class: Vinyasa
Great for beginners who want to try yoga! Vinyasa is all about flow and matching movement to breathing. This class will take you through a series of sequences that help increase flexibility, strength, mental clarity and overall well-being. [60 minutes]Thursday Class: Power
Ready to take it up a notch? Power flow is a more vigorous yoga class designed to focus on physical alignment, breath and avoiding injuries. Power will also offer students a chance to play in different inversions and arm balances. [60 minutes]1:1 Yoga
Perfect for people who want a more individualized yoga practice, customized to your unique needs. This private yoga class is offered in an hour and half hour sessions.

Emily joins us from Jefferson University where she attended the College of Nursing. She was a diver throughout high school and college where she became interested in weight lifting. Her passion for helping people through fitness started in high school and lead her to earning her degree in Exercise Science with a Sports Psychology minor from Ithaca College. She took classes including strength and conditioning and nutrition. Emily could not wait to train people so she earned her Certificate in training from American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and worked at Ithaca College Wellness Clinic where she gain experience with clients of all ages and abilities. Emily is experienced in comprehensive baseline assessments which included mobility, strength, aerobic and anaerobic fitness and tracked progress. She teaches group fitness classes, loves personal training, and guided group training.

Emily served as a research assistant at Ithaca conducting comprehensive biomechanical, aerobic and strength assessments on college athletes. This developed protocols for training future athletes.

Christian is a graduate from Pennsylvania State University, with a B.S. in Kinesiology. He has his CPR/AED certification through American Red Cross, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. During his time at Penn State, he spent his last two years assisting the Strength and Conditioning program. In addition to his hundreds of hours of experience with the S&C program, he was also a part of the powerlifting team, competing at a local, state and national level. Following Penn State, he worked at a gym called Athletic Republic as a Sports Performance Specialist and HIIT instructor, for both one on one and group training.

Christian Quinn has lived in Lower Merion for most of his life. He is Nationally Certified with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) with specialties including weigh loss, sports specific training. He has been lifting weights since 6th grade, and became particularly passionate about it after high school. Having been a former collegiate baseball player, he knows what it takes in the weight room to accomplish the outstanding play needed on the field, but he also has an understanding of how to work out to feel and look your best. Christian works with all kinds of clients, from young kids to elderly people – the common goal with all of them is getting a little better than the day before. His approach employs the idea that exercise, while not always easy, is simple. His objective every day is to simplify fitness for clients so they spend less time worrying about what squat variation they need to perform, and more time enjoying their process.

Emily is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a BS in Health Behavior Science and a minor in Exercise Science. Her quest to discover optimal methods to rehab her own running related injuries lead her to pursue Personal Training. She is the Assistant Cross Country/Track & Field Coach as well as the Strength Coach for The Wilmington Friends School. She most recently worked in a Physical therapy clinic, hands on with patients, prescribing and educating patients on exercises that would allow them to get the most out of their recovery. In her time at the clinic, she worked alongside 15 different Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers. In her off time Emily loves to travel, read and spend time with friends and family.

Hannah was born and raised in South Philly where she currently lives now. She’s always had a passion for fitness and nutrition which led her to realize she wanted to share her passion with others and show how it can shape the lives of others from the inside and out. Hannah graduated from the National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) where she studied the theoretical and practical applications to become a CPT/Nutrition Consultant. While training with Platoon Hannah will be working on furthering her education as much as possible to be the best she can be for you! Hannah also enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and family.

Sam worked as a swim instructor for 6 years with the NPAC (North Penn Aquatics Club) teaching fundamental skills as well as endurance training. For three years he worked closely with chiropractors specializing in weight loss, correcting postural deviations and muscular imbalances. Sam’s passion is helping people lose weight and improve performance. Sam is certified through the American Council of Exercise (ACE) as a Personal Trainer. In addition he achieved his Sports Nutrition Specialist Certification also through ACE. Sam’s style tends to incorporate principles of mobility, stability and endurance.

He takes a clinical approach to address issues while they are less prominent.

Sam is a green belt in Kempo karate which he has studied for 5 years. He is an avid student and Instructor of orthodox boxing as well as kickboxing which he has studied for 20 years. He can incorporate these into any session. 

Sam played rugby for 5 years, 3 of which where with Doyelstown Rugby Football Club which is ranked 5th in the nation.  His hobbies include running, wrestling, swimming and Jiu Jitsu. 

Sam’s family includes three dogs, two rescue Labradors and a shih-tzu.  He lives in North Wales, PA 

Steve is a Chiropractic Doctoral candidate and Health Performance Specialist.
His focus is athletic goal-driven training for individuals and small groups across various skill levels. Specialty experience with strength training and tissue mobilization, specifically active & passive manual techniques.

He is a Licensed Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA as well as CSCS), Functional Movement Systems (FMS) level 1 and 2, and Precision Nutrition certified.

Steve has athletic experience in collegiate football and Triple Jump field events. His fitness journey began after being amazed at the inter-workings of a rehab facility while recovering from an injury. Since graduating with his BS in Exercise Science & Business, Steve is receiving high level mentoring and serving individual through reaching their goals. His focus is to optimize lifestyle health and athletic skill performance.

Colleen is a multi-state licensed & Professional Standing member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She brings passion and experience with over 10 years of massage practice. Specializing in clinical massage, Colleen graduated (with honors) in 2011 from The Soma Institute in Chicago IL. Thereafter,  many years of involvement within the spa setting has allowed her to customize unique hands-on methods, incorporating productive healing modalities and therapeutic bodywork, but also a relaxing, restorative & mindfully-tailored session.Modalities include: myofascial release, trigger-point therapy, injury rehab, cupping therapy, salt stone massage, CBD treatment, sports, & chair massage. Additionally, Colleen has recently become a certified Yoga Instructor- accredited with The Yoga Alliance, which further increases her promotion of holistic wellness, stress management, body-awareness and self-care, for a truly collaborative understanding of mind and body.

Eli GoodwinEli Goodwin is a Cum Laude graduate from West Chester University with a degree in Exercise Science. Eli graduated from Friends Central High School and won several bodybuilding competitions. Including the 2019 Excalibur Classic Physique Novice and the 2021 Lehigh Valley Championship Classic Physique Junior. Eli specializes in building strength and muscle in kids and adults. He loves fitness because it makes him feel strong, healthy, and is great for helping manage stress. Some of Eli’s hobbies include working out and painting, he is also a huge animal lover and has 2 cats, a lizard, and a bird.

Breohn is a graduate of National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) class of 2018. He started personal training at the YMCA developing classes for children aged 3 to 13. That lead to a larger box in where he opened and closed the facility for two years.

He has also worked in personal and facility security at various clubs and with G4S Solutions.

Breohn attended Upper Merion and is professional, seasoned, certified and insured.
Some of his hobbies include auto body repair (certified) and lawn care.

Justin began his fitness journey as a young adult when he decided being obese and living an unhealthy lifestyle wasn’t for him. After losing over 90lbs and acquiring years of hands-on experience in bodybuilding and powerlifting he decided to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a professional boxer. Now well on his way to those dreams becoming reality, Justin uses his arsenal of training techniques backed by an ISSA personal training certification and years of independent research to help people achieve their own fitness dreams. Whether those dreams are to lose weight, increase flexibility and agility, build muscle mass and strength or just improve all around health and wellness. Outside of the gym Justin lives for his twin brother, Luca, along with their American Terrier pitbull, Canelo. Any other free time in his life is spent cooking in the kitchen or in front of a canvas with a paintbrush in hand.

Chris is an exercise physiologist working closely with physical therapist and massage therapists.  He enjoys helping you make progress and the challenge of modifications.

He is a professional, seasoned, degreed, certified and insured personal trainer for adults and kids.  He is equally adept at teaching classes.

Chris worked as an assistant to physical therapists helping clients lose weight and gain strength.  He holds a BS in Science from Bloomsburg as well as AFAA and National Academy of Sports Medicine certifications in both personal and group fitness.

Ula has studied, practiced, and taught about healing for 42 years, in the US and internationally. She focuses on effective ways to let go of limitations that create pain and suffering physically, mentally and emotionality. She enjoys facilitating healing of the whole human through restoring a pain free physical body with myofascial release therapy and sharing ancient time-tested effective tools and therapies. It is only through raised awareness of knowing ourselves that we can be happy. Her passion and fulfillment come from sharing knowledge, tools and technology for efficient healing and restoring growth, healing, and wholeness, enabling creation of a more meaningful and healthy life for ourselves and others.

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