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  • Savannah Genereux, CPT, KEI, CFMSP, DVRT1, Studio Manager

    Years of Experience

    • 14 Years


    • Certified Personal Trainer - American Council on Exercise - 2008
    • Kickbox Exercise Instructor - International Sports Conditioning Associated - 2010
    • Certified Functional Movement Screening Professional Level 1 - FMS - 2013
    • Dynamic Variable Resistance Training Level 1 (Ultimate Sandbag) - 2018

    My career as a fitness expert started while I was in college - I earned my personal trainer certification and began working at various gyms & studios while continuing to build my skills as a fitness professional. I've been with Fitness Together over 8 years and really believe the individualized setting and personal approach are key factors in helping our clients reach their goals. I've loved building strong relationships with clients and being a part of their journey towards a healthier lifestyle. I'm a firm believer that a healthier life is a huge factor to living a happier life. To live a healthier life requires an emphasis on functional fitness and this has led me to specialize in working with clients who have a history of orthopedic issues - anything can be worked around with the right level of expertise!

    in my free time I like to
    Outside the studio I love spending time hiking with my dog, snowboarding,and competing in terrain & obstacle course races. I also have a huge love for animals and plan on someday opening up a dog kennel on my property.

  • Lyzz Davidson, BS, CPT, CFNS, SFS, Fitness Coach

    Years of Experience

    • 8 Years


    • Bachelor of Science - Engineering - Mapua Institute of Technology - 1999
    • Certified Personal Trainer - National Academy of Sports Medicine - 2014
    • Fitness Nutrition Specialist - National Academy of Sports Medicine - 2018
    • Senior Fitness Specialist - National Academy of Sports Medicine - 2018

    I know the struggle! After graduating college and starting a career, I took the route many people take and became less active. The result was I became 30 pounds overweight and had never felt worse about myself. After resolving to change my lifestyle and never again be that heavy, I read up on as much as I could on proper eating and exercise technique so I could help myself. After attaining my goals, I had to do a bit of soul searching to realize that this is what I really need to do in life - help others as I have helped myself. So I studied to become a certified personal trainer; in the process of getting qualified I completed a 100-hour internship at Just Results Weight Loss Center and attended a Corrective Exercise live workshop in New York. While I have helped many people lose weight and feel better, I realize my interest has branched out into the realm of corrective exercise modalities aimed at improving posture and moving more fluidly. I look forward to helping you look & feel your best!

    in my free time I like to
    My fitness interests include strength training, cardiovascular conditioning, and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). Outside of fitness my hobbies include hiking, traveling, and baking (healthy things of course).

  • Mary Hurley, CPT, CES1, CES, HHC, Pn1, Fitness Coach

    Years of Experience

    • 12 Years


    • Certified Personal Trainer - American Council on Exercise - 2010
    • Level 1 Corrective Exercise Specialist - The Biomechanics Method
    • Cancer Exercise Specialist - Cancer Exercise Training Institute
    • Holistic Health Coach - Institute for Integrative Nutrition - 2013
    • Level 1 Precision Nutrition Coach

    I first met with Billy Pratt towards the end of 2014 to gain some insight into how I can really make an impact in this field - when I saw his Fitness Coach ad in January 2019 I contacted him again because I really enjoy the idea of helping people in a fully-private setting. Prior to this, I was a performing arts manager for 17 years with a crazy-busy schedule. This experience allows me to help others with crazy schedules to build healthy habits in the midst of "chaos". I believe that a healthy lifestyle is the best "medicine" one can take and it has the very best side effects of more energy, a leaner figure, and in some cases, a reduction in the need for medications that are frequently prescribed for conditions including anxiety/stress disorders, insomnia, heart conditions, high blood pressure, allergies, arthritis, diabetes and metabolic disorders.

    in my free time I like to
    Outside of the training studio, I am a lead singer and play rhythm guitar & keyboards for the Highway 70 band, covering classic & contemporary country music. My personal goal is, as a member of the "169 Society", to complete a road race in all 169 towns in Connecticut. One by one I'm getting there! :)

  • Andy O'Neill, BS, CPT, TFW1, DVRT, NETA-KC1, Fitness Coach

    Years of Experience

    • 9 Years


    • BS - Interdeptl Science (Physical Therapy) - American International College - 2012
    • Certified Personal Trainer - National Academy of Sports Medicine - 2013
    • Training for Warriors Level 1 Certification - 2014
    • Dynamic Variable Resistance Training Certification - 2014
    • Level 1 Kettlebell Certification - National Exercise Trainers Association - 2016

    I come from a very diverse training background. I started out in college studying anatomy & kinesiology because I have an interest in the body and how it works - however I also became more self-conscious of my own health & fitness. I took it upon myself to take the necessary steps to change how I looked and felt - I lost 108 lbs the right (sustainable) way and got a lot stronger by incorporating basic exercise programming and changing my eating habits. Whereas I love training athletes for sports performance I have grown into recognizing the importance of "pre-hab" work in a training program. With the right pre-hab you may not need to re-hab. Assisting in rehabilitation and recovery, injury prevention, and strength & conditioning all go hand in hand. Beyond training individual clients I also really thrive off of giving workshops and seminars on these topics to a range of people from the general public to other health professionals.

    in my free time I like to
    I am often asked what hobbies and likes I have; while this may sound cheesy my favorite hobby really is my work ("when you love what you do you don't work a day in your life"). But aside from that I enjoy playing the guitar, snowboarding, running, and doing charity work when given the opportunity. Since joining the Fitness Together family in 2020 I have built up a nice client base and am looking to continue building on that. Me and my significant other are looking at possibly starting a family with the ultimate goal (MANY years down the road) of retiring to a quiet mountain town in Colorado (I did a lot of fitness instruction when out there and have many fond memories of that part of the country).

  • Scott Shaw, BS, CEP, Fitness Coach

    Years of Experience

    • 4 Years


    • Bachelor of Science - Exercise Science - Colby-Sawyer College - 2018
    • Certified Exercise Physiologist - American College of Sports Medicine - 2018

    I enjoy training people of all ages with a big focus on getting you strong! Strength has a big carryover to all areas of life, and this is part of the reason why anyone can start regardless of age or experience level. I started off majoring in Kinesiology but switched to a broader emphasis in Exercise Science after realizing that helping people become fitter would require a more diversified knowledge base. Whether your goal is to move with less pain, pick up your grandkids, excel at your sport, or get toned - strength training is the key! I enjoy guiding people on how to take that first step. I would love to work my way up in the industry and build my client base at FT so I can help more people over time get in the best shape of their life!

    in my free time I like to
    Lifting heavy things makes me feel happy (no surprise there), but aside from that I really enjoy doing anything recreational outdoors, especially skiing. I've also taken up bowling and am working to improve my aim.


here’s how it works


signature fit evaluation

A complimentary signature process where we learn about your goals, health history, and take you through a mini workout so we have the information we need to begin building your customized program.

full body assessment

A comprehensive fitness assessment to collect baseline metrics that will help us track your progress.

personal training session

Meet your trainer in your private suite (or virtually) for your 1:1 session to begin your completely customized workout program.

progress checks

A comprehensive assessment every 6 weeks so we can celebrate your progress and set new goals.


  • Friendly people who care about helping you achieve your goals. FT helped me prepare to hike the Appalachian Trail at age 65. If you have the will, FT will show you the way.

  • I started working out after having breast cancer and heading to osteoporosis. My primary goal with FT was to increase bone density. I now have normal bone density.

  • I have been working out at FT for a couple of years and it has made a dramatic difference in my health. I no longer need hip surgery and I am able to dance and hike again.