Sports Performance Coaches

Ron Hackaspker  Ron Hackaspker
Ron has been working in the health and fitness industry for 16 years and in sports performance for 10 years. He has trained over 200 NFL players and other high level athletes in all sports, and has coached wrestling and football. In 10 years Ron has trained over 40,000 athlete's overall. Ron is an athlete who played football, lacrosse, baseball, wrestled, and ran track growing up and through High School. He continued wrestling at Bergen Community college and also wrestled for a club team while serving in the Army.

Ron is an experienced body builder and competed for team USA at the 2005 Bodybuilding World Championships in China. Ron is one of the top pound for pound power lifters in the country and has won national and world championships in the RAW division.
Dan Scott  Dan Scott
Dan is a dedicated and motivated trainer who is always trying to stay up to date with new training styles and fitness equipment. He is a graduate from Sacred Heart University where he played 4 years of Division 1 Collegiate baseball as a pitcher and also received honors for his athletic accomplishments. Dan received certification from VSA weight lifting as a Sports Performance Coach from the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. His latest stride in fitness was becoming a certified Kettlebell instructor though Kettlebell Concepts. Dan has been in the fitness industry for over 6 years and has worked with clients of all ages ranging from adolescents to senior citizens. During his experience Dan has helped hundreds of fitness enthusiasts attain their goals such as weight loss, muscle building, pre/post rehab, athletic performance, and countless others.
  Jordan Baum
AFAA, Level 1 USA Hockey Coach
Jordan Baum is a SUNY Cortland graduate. She received her Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology Fitness Development. Jordan has been involved in various sports including soccer, softball, tennis, and track but her love and passion is playing ice hockey. She played Division 3 hockey at Cortland State. Completing her college career, she decided to become a hockey coach. Her training commitment brought her to an elite level. She enjoys training athletes to help them reach their athletic and fitness goals. Her prior experience includes interning at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning and working with the United States Military Academy West Point Strength coaches. Both experiences fueled her passion to share her knowledge of fitness and sports performance training with athletes.