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Sean Larson
– Owner and Head Trainer of FiT Athlete 
(908) 797-0785

  • NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • Certified Speed and Agility Trainer (Agility Training Institute)
  • Certified USPTA Professional
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science
  • Maryland State Bench Press Record 2007
  • Placed 2nd in the 2002 NJ State Marines Physical  Fitness Competition
  • 14 years of tennis instruction
  • 11 years coaching Speed and Agility
  • Trained top level athletes at IMG Academies & Salisbury University
  • Collegiate Level Tennis Captain for Salisbury University

“The main goal of FiT Athlete is to get athletes as hooked on the conditioning and fitness aspect of their sport as they are into just playing their specific sport(s).  So many kids get private lessons or do constant clinics in their sport refining their skills, yet never put in the extra time in the gym until it’s too late.  I want to give those kids the physical edge over their opponents using proven training I’ve used with professional and collegiate athletes, along with new workouts I’ve learned on my own fitness journey.  Any edge an athlete can have in their sport is important, and sometimes physical capabilities overcome natural skill, so join us and get FiT!”
– Sean Larson, Owner and Head FiT Athlete Trainer


Emmett Hall   FiT Athlete Assistant Trainer
ACSM Certified Personal Trainer
MLB Prospect
High School Varsity Baseball – All Conference Senior Year
2 Years as Youth Baseball Coach

“Becoming a part of FiT Athlete gives me a tremendous opportunity to help make a difference in people’s lives.  Seeing athletes progress over time becomes more rewarding for not just myself and my career, but their overall performance and lifestyle.  Seeing little improvements daily correlate to major improvements over an extended period of time, whether it be physical or mental adjustments to help our athletes perform and compete better.  Gaining a competitive edge is what separates the good athletes from the GREAT athletes, and I’m willing to share my expertise to help bring athletes of all ages to the next level!”
– Emmett Hall, Assitant FiT Athlete Trainer