All of our personal trainers hold a four year degree in kinesiology or a related field and CSCS certifications.

Coach Colin Gerritt

Colin Gerritt Fit in New England TrainerEducation

  • Bachelors of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of New Hampshire
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from National Strength and Conditioning Association (current)
  • National Academy of Sports Medicine Weight Loss Specialist
  • Pre-Natal and Post-Partum certified
  • CPR/AED certified
  • American College of Sports Medicine certified (2006-2010)

Work Experience

  • South Nassau Communities Hospital, NY: cardiac rehabilitation program
  • St. Francis Hospital, NY: cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation program
  • Lowell General Hospital, MA: cardiac rehabilitation program, Electrocardiogram Technician, helped administer stress tests
  • Tufts University Strength and Conditioning Coach, MA (volunteer/intern)
  • Fitness Manager, NY
  • Personal Trainer, NY and MA

Why health and fitness is my career

My calling for a career in health and fitness started at a very young age. I have had two very substantial influences throughout my childhood that started my path to a life in health and fitness.

I started playing sports as soon as I could run. I was ready to play, any and every team sport there was. This was something that I always found to be very enjoyable. Then in my later high school years I became very competitive. I excelled in mid-distance track events that would lead me to all-state competitions in high school, as well as some time with a Division 1 collegiate track team.

My most influential experience from my childhood was my morbidly obese family. My father at his heaviest was over 350 lbs. It came down to both my parents needing gastric bypass surgeries so they could live longer lives. I knew as a teenager I would never allow myself to be that way, and that I would always try to help others stay away from such a fate. Watching anyone being limited in life by their weight is a hard thing to see, but when it’s your own family, it’s something you never forget.

My life experience, with both athletic determination and awareness of the struggles of weight loss, has given me a balanced approach toward helping clients/athletes reach their goals, whether they are athletic dominance or a healthier lifestyle.

As the owner of Fit In New England, my passion is to deliver the best experience possible for all clients/athletes who walk through my door. I only hire coaches with the same passion and vision to join the F.I.N.E. family. I hope you’ll make the next step and come meet the team!

Coach Bradley Drewek


  • Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Sport Physiology from Plymouth State University
  • CPR/AED Certified
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from National Strength and Conditioning Association (current)

Work Experience

  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Plymouth State University
  • Collegiate Athlete at Plymouth State University, NH (Football)
  • Youth Football Coach, Billerica MA
  • Teaching Assistant for Strength and Conditioning, Plymouth State University, NH (volunteer)

Why health and fitness is my career

Heath and fitness has always been a huge part of my life without me even knowing it.  My passion for sports started at the age of six, playing football, baseball, and wrestling.  Although at that age health and fitness were not my main concern, it was a natural byproduct of being an athlete. My training goal was to achieve optimal performance throughout all three seasons. When I was 16 years old, I sustained an injury that sidelined my sports career. I was fortunate enough to have a former collegiate strength coach as a teacher. He was my first experience into proper techniques for rehabilitation and was an inspiration while he worked with me through recovery. At that moment, I was hooked!  I knew I wanted to learn as much as possible about how to safely take people through protocols to reach their goals and optimum performance. I was very lucky to have my coach as a mentor who made my dream of becoming a collegiate athlete come true.

My experience, internal drive, and highly competitive nature, fueled my desire to not only become the best I could be on the field, but paved the way for my decision to become an Exercise Physiologist! I love knowing how to optimize human performance and my drive continues to motivate people to optimize theirs!

Coach Mike Roy


  • Bachelors of Science in Exercise Physiology from Bridgewater State College
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from National Strength and Conditioning Association (current)
  • NCSF Certified Personal Trainer 2019-current
  • CPR/AED certified
  • NSCA CSCS 2004-2013

Work Experience

  • Strength and Conditioning Coaching from athletic to geriatric populations for over 17years
  • Rugby Coach and Athlete
  • Strength Coach for the Northeastern Men’s and Women’s Soccer team

Why health and fitness is my career

I have always been involved in health and fitness in one way or another. I put on a pair of ice skates at the age of two and then was involved in sports for the next 30 years of my life. Growing up, my mother worked as a part-time aerobics instructor and she now currently manages the fitness aspect of a club in CT.

I went to college in hopes of becoming a high school math teacher, but I ended up taking an intro class in exercise physiology and I was hooked! Since graduating I have been a Strength Coach, worked in corporate health and wellness, and for the past decade I have been working exclusively in small group classes and one-on-one training.

Another passion of mine is cooking! I continually apply my knowledge in nutrition to try out new and different healthy homemade meals. I find such a joy in cooking that at one point I was even involved in a culinary arts program! There is no question that nutrition is one of the big keys to a healthy life. Being able to share healthy and tasty meals to my clients is an added benefit that they all enjoy!

Working with people is what I love to do! I may not be a math teacher, but I am certainly a health and fitness teacher! Helping someone achieve their goal in health and fitness is just as thrilling for me as scoring a tri in rugby!