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Welcome to Red City Fitness! Growing up in Puerto Rico, I got introduced to the fitness industry when I was very young. I started playing baseball when I was five years old, and I continued playing until 2015, when I moved to Boston. After completing high school, I attended a community college in Jacksonville, Texas, where I played baseball as I started my undergraduate studies. I then moved back to Puerto Rico, where I completed a bachelor’s degree in sports management with minors in sports marketing and entrepreneurship. I have been training clients since 2012, when I became an AFAA certified personal trainer. Baseball and training are my passions. I love seeing my clients’ reaction as their bodies and lifestyles change with training; this is the best gift I could receive from them. I always have a plan for each client, and I am ready to help them to achieve their goals. I specialize in weight loss, functional training, conditioning training, strength training, and corrective exercises.


Languages: English, Spanish



Meet Andreia Ferreira, a personal trainer with a passion for fitness and helping others achieve their goals and dreams. Andreia's journey as a fitness professional began as a kickboxing fighter representing Brazil for 10 years, competing in countries such as Ireland and Argentina. This experience instilled in her a passion for training and a drive to help others reach their full potential. With over a decade of experience teaching kickboxing classes and 2 years as a personal trainer, Andreia is dedicated to helping her clients improve their overall health and well-being. She specializes in weight loss, functional training, conditioning, strength training, and corrective exercises to address imbalances and injuries. When she's not working, Andreia can be found running - she's set to complete her 10th marathon in 2023! Her favorite food is rice, chicken, and pequi, a traditional Brazilian dish. Born and raised in Brazil, Andreia speaks English, Spanish, and Portuguese fluently. "I'm part of a team. So when I win, it's not just me who wins. In a way, I finish the work of a huge group of people," is Andreia's motivational quote that describes her dedication to her clients and their success.

Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese



Meet Alex, I'm proud to call home. In 2019, I earned my master's degree in early childhood education from Merrimack College. While teaching for two years, I came to realization that my true 

as a lifelong athlete with a long injury history, maintaining strength, flexibility, agility, and balance are my keys to staying active. These four pillars not only keep old injuries from holding us back but also allow us to excel at everything we do. An active body feels great. Better yet, activity stimulates brain function and capacity. I love to engage with people and with the natural world, playing sports, finding peace on a mountaintop, and getting lost in friendly conversation along the way. Whether you are looking for lifelong functional fitness, recovery, or athletic development, I look forward to meeting you on your level and seeing how far we can grow. Building a connection, helping you hit your goals, and keeping you doing the things you love puts a smile on my face. I promise you will smile (and sweat) along the way too! There is no better time to start something great than now. Let's get after it!

Functional training, athletic development, injury prevention and recovery

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I grew up with all sports from hockey to football as a youth at a very young age. When I was 11 years old my uncle filled a military bag up with sand and trained me for the next three years all basic boxing. After his passing, I was lost and eventually spent every day after school in a gym that was owned by my uncle's best friend who was Cuban. Attained my golden gloves when I was sixteen, then trained for my amateur pro card for the next couple of years. As a young man I began to train friends in my local community to help them defends themselves from the environmental stresses they faced in our rough neighborhoods. Eventually years passed as I continued obsessed with the positive effects this gave to my community. I sincerely believe that if you do not grow in gym you don't grow in life. It's far beyond discipline or motivation. 



— Aristotle

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