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Get to know our friendly Fitness Together® Personal Training Staff at North Attleborough.

Shane Caito
Shane Caito

Shane Caito

Assistant Manager

American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer. 

Shane's career in health and fitness started as many other fitness professionals' have, with off-season preparation for high school athletics. Preparation for football and outdoor track served as a springboard for future interest in strength and conditioning.  With his interest in athletics and working with athletes, it became clear to Shane that working in the health and fitness field was the right fit for him. After graduating from Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High-School, Shane attended Fitchburg State University, where he enrolled in the exercise and sports physiology program. While at Fitchburg State, Shane was on the football team and the spring track team, where he competed in the sprints and javelin. After completing freshman year, Shane transferred to Plymouth State University and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Exercise and Sport Physiology. Shane made the switch to rugby for his 3 years in Plymouth, and he continues to play today, with the Providence Men's Rugby Club.

A practicum with Waterville Valley Academy in the fall of 2013 helped solidify Shane's interest in strength and conditioning. At Waterville Valley, Shane worked as a strength and conditioning assistant with the Alpine ski team with a focus on the Burdenko Conditioning program. Shane's career in personal training started with another local training studio in Providence, RI, after he received his personal training certificate from the American College of Sports Medicine. Helping client work towards their goals in a one-on-one private setting was an exciting and rewarding challenge for Shane. Shane enjoys designing and implementing challenging and fun workouts for his clients. He strives to encourage client to push their limits, so they can reach levels they often do not expect to reach.

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Aaron Keable
Aaron Keable

Aaron Keable

Lead Trainer; Health & Fitness Coach

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

My name is Aaron Kaeble and I am a certified strength and conditioning specialist as well as a certified personal trainer. I graduated from Springfield College in 2012 with a degree in Applied Exercise Science. I have been working in the fitness/trainer field since 2011 and have worked in various settings such as Div. 1 colleges with athletes all the way to working with the general population.

For me I entered the fitness field because of my love of sports growing up which meant I spent a lot of time training. I love exercise because it’s a way to progress yourself and you can actually see and feel the results. Outside of the gym I am a husband to a beautiful wife and father to an amazing son. I am also an Associate Pastor at my church working in various ministries. I also still enjoy getting on the football field and basketball court dominating the competition! 

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Shelley Maroney
Shelley Maroney

Shelley Maroney

Health and Fitness Coach

International Sports Sciences Association Certified Personal Trainer.  FRC Mobility Specialist. FRA The BioMechanics Method. Corrective Exercise Specialist.

Hello! My name is Shelley Maroney and I am a certified personal trainer specializing in mobility and corrective exercise.

I graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelors degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Science. Sports have been the focal point in my life since the age of three when I put on skis for the first time and hit the slopes! Throughout my child hood I played numerous sports including tennis, martial arts, softball, volleyball and track. During college I took up biking and completed the 180 mile bike trek in Maine for the American Lung Association. Then I became serious with long distance running and went on to run a marathon and half marathons.

I started personal training in college at a personal training studio in Hingham called Absolutely Fit. I became hooked and knew I had chosen the right field of study! I then went on to train in corporate settings as well as the YMCA where I taught Boot camp, TRX, P90x and individual/small group personal training. I also taught a kids triathlon team to compete at Brown University as well as run the LiveStrong program for cancer survivors. I also worked in an all woman's gym in Dighton called Boom where I taught HIIT classes and Strength and Conditioning.

Throughout my years of training all abilities I noticed a common theme among the general population and that was pain. Back pain, shoulder pain, and hip pain were common complaints from people walking through the gym doors. I grew tired of working around the pain and treating it as a limitation. I knew I could do better so I immersed myself in several courses that could help me better assess the pain and work through restrictions. Through Functional Range Conditioning certification, Functional Range Assesment certification and The Biomechancis Method Corrective Exercise certification I am able to assess the health of every joint as well as improve range of motion and build up the capacity of the tissue to decrease the chance of injury. Pain can be all consuming so there is no greater reward than when I am able to help clients decrease or resolve their pain. I am also certified in TRX, RIP trainer, LiveStrong, Kettlebells, P90x, and CPR. When I am not in a gym you can find me hiking, reading a book or training service dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans through NEADs!

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Brian Espinosa
Brian Espinosa

Brian Espinosa

Health and Fitness Coach

International Sports Science Association Certified Personal Trainer.  Sports Conditioning Coach.

Hello! My name is Brian Espinosa and I am a personal trainer and the sports conditioning coach here at Fitness Together North Attleboro.  I graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and concentration in Fitness Club Administration and Recreation.  At Bridgewater State I gained great knowledge in physiology of exercise and also developed great leadership and management skills. 

I understand the importance of knowing the difference of the needs of each client while I can promise to be focused completely on the achieving the goals of each person who walks through the door.  Whether you’re a beginner, an elite athlete, a child, or a senior citizen I know what it takes to bring you to the next level and help you reach new limits!  Athletics have also been a big part of my life as long as I can remember. 

While at Bridgewater State I competed in the sport of track and field and developed a great passion for the sport and training my body to be in peak physical condition while understanding the importance of training, dieting, and rest which are all important in reaching one’s potential.  Also through strong faith and positivity I believe you can accomplish anything you set your mind to.  Through all of these components I became an All-New England Champion in the 200 Meters indoors with a time of 21.62 seconds and two-time All-American in the 200 Meters and Long Jump events with personal bests of 21.38 seconds in the 200 meters and 23 feet 6 inches in the long jump. I love working with athletes of all sports as I have been around sports nearly all of my life and have also excelled at a high level in football where I was the division 3 state leader in touchdown receptions my senior year and was a third team All-State selection. 

I believe in looking at the big picture in life and not only do I focus on building physical strength but emotional and spiritual strength as well.  I hope that in training with me you will have a positive experience and take more than just strength and physical health gains out of our sessions. 

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John Dempsey
John Dempsey

John Dempsey

Health and Fitness Coach

National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer.

Hello, my name is John Dempsey. I graduated form Rhode Island College in 1993 with a BS in Physical Education and a certificate to teach Adaptive Physical Education. Upon graduating, I worked for BICO Collaborative for 2 years. During this time, I worked with multi handicapped children and children with behavioral and emotional issues. This work consisted of developing educational plans for the children as well as providing Physical Education services.

Since the fall of 1995, the Town of North Attleboro has been my home. Over the years, I have worked for the YMCA & NA Recreational Department as well. My work has included running an intramural basketball programs, a 5-7 yr. old basketball program as well as directing the Summer Sports Camps. In 2002, I won the YMCA Character Counts Award. Throughout the 14 years, I have taught Physical Education at all levels including Adaptive Physical Education. Currently, I work at the Middle School with grades 6-8. In 2005, I won the MA Teacher of the year and then the Northeast Teacher of the Year.

A love for fitness activities has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. I believe all people can benefit from physical activity. I have taken this mindset into coordinating the Special Olympics programs for the town as well as assisting with the Hoops for Heart Program at the Middle School. All adults and children can benefit from the wonders of physical activity and taking care of themselves.

It is my goal to bring my knowledge from school and my personal trainer certification with the National Association of Sports Medicine along with my passion for physical activity to make a positive change in the lives of people. My athletic interests include mountain and road biking, weight training, and martial arts. I look forward to taking all of these experiences to help others. I believe in the old saying that if you take care of your body your body will take care of you.

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Seth Turnbaugh
Seth Turnbaugh

Seth Turnbaugh

Health and Fitness Coach

National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer.

Hello, my name is Seth Turnbaugh and I am a certified personal trainer here at Fitness Together North Attleboro.  Sports and fitness have been a central part of my life for as long as I can remember, and I want to help you achieve whatever your fitness goal may be.  I grew up in Boston, attending Xaverian Brothers High School in Westwood MA where I was a member of the 1998 State Championship football team, which was inducted in the Xaverian Brothers Hall of Fame in October 2018. 

Upon completion of high school, I attended Allegheny College in Pennsylvania where I played varsity football, basketball, and volleyball.  After Allegheny, I obtained a culinary degree from Newbury College and proceeded to work in some of the best kitchens New England has to offer even helming a kitchen that won a Best of Boston award.  However, my passion has always been athletics and an active lifestyle, and in 2018 I returned to Xaverian Brothers High School to coach football, alpine skiing, speed and quickness, and strength and conditioning. 

 

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Kirby Anderson-Duguay
Kirby Anderson-Duguay

Kirby Anderson-Duguay

Health and Fitness Coach

Hello! My name is Kirby Anderson-Duguay and I have been in the fitness industry for just over 15 years. My professional fitness journey started by teaching kickboxing and step aerobics at a local fitness club. From there I began personal training and soon after I became a registered Power Yoga instructor.  My fitness career didn't start like most others in the fitness profession. I was slightly heavy as an adolescent and I knew that I needed to make changes. So, I lost weight on my own by adopting a healthy diet and beginning a regular fitness regimen. Among the tears, and trust me, there were a lot of tears, I found what worked for me and I stuck with it.

I am now 36 years old, a part time Certified Dental Assistant, and married with 2 very young kids. So, I guess I'm just a regular mom trying to juggle life like most, all while keeping my health and wellness in the forefront of my brain to not only be the best I can be for myself but also to set a positive example for my kids and those around me. I have come a very long way from the personal trainer I was in my 20's. In those years I was preaching to my clients how easy it is to get your workouts in and to meal prep and eat well. Now that I am at a point in my life where my clients were then, I fully understand the struggle. Life is busy. But let me tell you from experience, this is far from impossible. You are far from impossible. If you have an image of what you truly want for yourself, of what you see your life looking like, go after it. Its never to late. It all starts with a choice.


Fun Fact: From 2000-2004 I was on the United States Olympic Shotgun team specializing in Women's Doubles (shooting 2 targets at once). I earned a Gold Medal in the Championship of the Americas Games, and a Bronze Medal at the World Championship held in Finland. I have also competed in other World Cups and Championships in Egypt, Greece, and Australia. In 2004 I tried out for the 2004 Olympic games held in Athens, Greece. I placed 4th in the tryouts. Dag, so close. But, being 4th in the country is still pretty cool and something I will forever be proud of.

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