Albert "Boss Man" Eiler
Prior to being dethroned by M Starr, the Boss man was once considered the master charmer. Albert earned his education in science "years and years" ago at La Roche College and holds multiple certifications through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). A self proclaimed closet starving writer, Albert has become known as a professional truth teller in the often chaotic and deceptive industry of nutrition and performance training. When he's not on the training floor, writing, or building our Associate team, you will find him mapping out our master garden plan, or coaching his two daughter's sports teams. Also a die hard country music fan, Albert often uses a popular phrase to send a message to his fellow coaching team rivals (particularly M Starr)...and that is "I'm not as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was"
"Magic" Mike Starr
The ultimate charmer, and our token Greek "Godener", Mike earned his degree in Exercise Science from Indiana University of Pa and a certification through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). When Mike is not on the floor training his groupies, he's often found tending to our garden, implementing all of the farming skills that were handed down to him from the Boss man. Mike's claim to fame is he's a touch taller than the Boss man, but we also know Mike is devastated to know he's a touch shorter than "Big" Mike Mcgraw (who "Magic" insists the Bossman brought on as an intern only because of his height).
Rob "Bobby" Lessig
"The Hazel eyed one" has a gentle yet firm approach to delivering our training program. Rob earned his degree in Exercise Science from West Chester and is currently preparing for a grueling certification. Rob works extensively with both the general population and the young athletes. Rob is known as the official water guy of our garden, and in his free time he enjoys playing hockey and baseball, and could be the city's largest sports fan. Rob's claim to fame (and rightfully so), is the fact he was part of the West Chester's Baseball world series championship team, and the Boss man's college baseball team was...well it simply was not.