Training Staff Bios
Welcome to the Kingsbury Club Fitness Department.
Joel St. Cyr
Professional Strength & Conditioning Coach
Joel St. Cyr has been a professional strength and conditioning coach for over twenty-five years. Joel is currently the coordinator of speed, strength and conditioning at Babson College. He spent twenty years at Northeastern University as the head strength and conditioning coach working with collegiate athletes from all sports. He worked as a strength coach for the Patriots as well as Clemson University. In 2010 Joel opened St.Cyr Sports Performance and trained athletes of all ages from middle school students through adults. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Springfield College. Joel is available for personal and small group training.
Jason has been a trainer, strength coach, and educator for over 20 years. He was the owner and founder of APECS, CrossFit Tri-Valley, and Franklin and Medway Speed and Power Academies. He has written a few books including Building a Winning Culture in High School Sports, Butt, Guts, and Other Problem Areas, The In-Season Training Manual, Lean Body Solutions, The Adventures of Little Skidooch Part 1 and 2, worked as head football and soccer strength and conditioning Coach and Adjunct Professor of Exercise Science at Dean College, served as the head strength and conditioning coach for the nationally ranked Boston Irish Wolfhounds Rugby team, sits on YMCA board of incorporators as well as the Cooper Institute law enforcement advisory board, and currently has the honor of serving as the Massachusetts statewide health and wellness coordinator for the municipal police. He teaches seminars around New England including ISAF: Instant Strength and Flexibility, Butt, Guts, and Other Problem Areas, The Bulletproof Officer, and Building a Winning Culture in High School Athletics.
After earning his Master’s in Human Movement, he began traveling around the country and Europe, learning under his mentor, world renowned strength coach Charles Poliquin. Jason was able to earn the PICP Level IV International Strength coach recognition through his work with thousands of athletes, including numerous professional, college, high school and middle school athletes, state champion teams and individuals, College league MVP’s, high school league MVP’s in all sports, high school and college All-Americans, Strongman, Powerlifting and Figure/Fitness Competitors, business executives, MMA fighters and clubs, Ironmen, SWAT teams, military teams and personnel, state and local police and firefighters, BUDS and SWCC operators, and dozens of local high school teams.
The two most important things in his life are his family, especially his two kiddos Ayden and Bryn, and 2: his passion for teaching, educating, and helping others through his work in the fitness/strength and conditioning industry as well as through the various charities he is a part of including the YMCA Integration Initiative and LiveStrong Programs, Dana Farber, and locally in youth sports and health and wellness programs.His specialties include: injury rehabilitation, structural balance and Biosignature evaluation, body composition, off and in-season athlete preparation, Olympic weightlifting and strongman training, and small, large group and team training.
Jeremy is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS) with over a decade of experience helping kids and adults build strength, overcome injury and be more athletic. It’s a fact, the more fun we have the easier it is to work hard…AT ANY AGE! If you know an exercise is prescribed to serve a specific purpose, it’s easier to give more effort. Jeremy finds the balance between education and fun to build intrinsic motivation so you want to work harder, not because you have to. If you haven’t met him, Jeremy looks like Tigger from Winnie the Pooh because of the way he bounces around the training room.
In 2009, he graduated from Westfield State College with a B.S. in Movement Science and a concentration in Health and Fitness. In 2018 he became Level 1 Titleist Performance Institute Certified (TPI) to help golfers reduce pain and add distance to their game. He is currently pursuing his Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification to help people that have struggled with their diet build sustainable results.
Sports are fun and training should be too! Just because you don’t play on a team doesn’t mean you are not an athlete! The “everyday athletes” are working professionals, moms, dads, grandparents, weekend warriors and so-on that want to stay healthy to live their lives to the fullest. The smarter you train in the gym, the more capable and confident you will be when taking on life’s demands!
Growing up a two-sport athlete, he understands the demands sports can have on an athlete as well as their family. In high school he suffered a severe football injury that ended his season and put his spring sport season at risk. The rehabilitation process failed to prepare him for the demands his body would be facing which lead to another injury. Years later after understanding the rehabilitation process he identified the gaps in the system and created programs to help keep others from falling in!
This sparked his passion to help competitive athletes and “everyday-athletes” reduce their risk of injury, build confidence and unlock their potential. He has achieved this through building smarter training programs that fit each individual’s lifestyle and goals in a fun, educational environment.
His specialties include: golf fitness, youth athletic development, team training, Olympic lifting, return to play (closing the gap for athletes between physical therapy and getting back on the field), lifestyle/habit coaching for long-term change, personal training, small group training, and large group training.