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CONNECT HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE

Traditionally, exercise is seen as a separate part of our lives. This is understandable, since most of the time our activities are separated into different environments: the home, the workplace, the gym, the vacation spot, and so on. But there is one thing that all of these places have in common:

Us.

We exist in all these environments, and we bring with us our physical, emotional, and psychological selves. We cannot separate the person we bring to our workouts from the person we bring home from the office. We interact with our environment and those around us, and whether we are aware of it or not, these factors shape us.

Awareness is the first step toward improving health and performance. In order to get where we want to be physically, we must know where we are physically and mentally right now. The first step in the process of working with me is to schedule an assessment to determine where you are now and where you want to be. With that information, we can determine a course of action, (a program) and with this action plan in place, we can re-evaluate and adjust as we go, further refining your path toward improved health and performance.

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

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ABOUT

CONNECT HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE

At Connect Health and Performance, you can expect to explore and expand your potential. The name in itself is a call to action. Health is the first step towards improving your ability to perform, whether that be in the gym, in your sport of choice, or in whatever you choose to do in life.

It is also a chance to connect with your coach, with the CHP community, or with your own body.

 

CHP is more than just a workout or a collection of random exercises. It's more than even just an exercise routine. It's an entire system designed to help you feel, move and perform your best.

Traditionally, exercise is seen as a separate part of our lives. This is understandable, since most of the time our activities are separated into different environments: the home, the workplace, the gym, the vacation spot, and so on. But there is one thing that all of these places have in common:

Us.

We exist in all these environments, and we bring with us our physical, emotional, and psychological selves. We cannot separate the person we bring to our workouts from the person we bring home from the office. We interact with our environment and those around us, and whether we are aware of it or not, these factors shape us. Thus, the energy we have available for exercise is directly affected by all other factors.

Likewise, the capacity we develop over time through a structured, focused exercise program has the ability to improve our quality of life so we can enjoy those things we love to to do, whether that be spending time with family, exploring nature, or playing sports.

Awareness is the first step toward improving health and performance. In order to get where we want to be physically, we must know where we are physically and mentally right now. At Connect Health and Performance (CHP), my goal is to help you improve your capacity to allow you to improve your quality of life.

 

To learn more about working with me, just email chris@coachchrismullins.com. You will receive a response within 48 hours.

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

ABOUT

COACH CHRIS MULLINS

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Coach Chris started in the fitness industry in 2009 as a run coach for the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation's Team Challenge half-marathon training program. In 2012, he obtained a personal trainer certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and began his journey as a personal trainer at a small semi-private fitness studio in Somerville, MA.

Chris has worked with clients from all ages, from teenagers to 70+ year olds; clients with various athletic backgrounds, from former high-level athletes to those who have never before played a sport or set foot in a gym; and those rehabbing from surgeries, injuries, and nagging aches and pains. Beyond specific exercises, sets and reps, his goal with all of his clients is simple: to build a foundation of confidence and competence upon which to maximize health and performance.

Through many thousands of hours of hands-on training as well as a dedication to improving his knowledge base through continuing education, Chris has helped many people accomplish things they never thought possible--from things as seemingly simple as touching their toes for the first time in decades, to completing marathons and triathlons, to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Chris has extensive experience in many modalities, including bodyweight and mobility training, kettlebells, barbells, and sport performance and athletic development.

He has an endless fascination with the human mind and body, and will continue to push himself to be a better coach and human in order to offer his best to his clients.

Forever a student, Chris practices what he preaches by pushing himself to become a better athlete through continuing to play and practice sports such as basketball, soccer, golf, and alpine skiing.