Byron Bell has been involved with fitness, sports and coaching for over 15 years. From The New England area, Byron participated in football, track and wrestling. After high school, he played football for the University of Massachusetts as a wide receiver/tight end. After college, Byron started training in Amherst, MA where he held the position of Fitness Director at The Club Tennis and Fitness Center of Amherst/Sunderland for 4 years. At this location, he trained female bodybuilders, and also helped clients increase muscle mass, endurance and weight loss.
Byron relocated to Pennsylvania, where he was hired at the The Athletic Club South in State College, PA performing initial assessments for new and pre-existing members and also designing and implementing personalized resistance, cardiovascular, core and balance programs to meet clients needs and goals. For 3 years he was on the panel of judges for the Nittany Lion Classic, a regional bodybuilding event held annually. It was there that he participated in drug-free power-lifting for 5 years, qualifying for national and world competition in the sub-master and master divisions and also coaching lifters for regional power lifting events.
He is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Kinesiology, as part of that degree, he participated in an internship with Penn State football assisting their Strength and Conditioning staff for 4 years, training Division 1 players with some going on to play in the National Football League. Byron not only has experience training athletes, but has also worked with individuals between the ages of 17-80 years of age. He is results oriented and has an inspirational and highly motivational personality to help clients improve stamina and overall conditioning. He brings a combination of experiences; fitness, conditioning, bodybuilding and power lifting to help clients gain/restore strength, while transforming bodies and promoting a health lifestyle.