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Intelligent, purposeful physical training and mindful nutrition!

If you are unhappy with your current level of fitness, body weight, or energy levels, if chronic pain or injury is negatively impacting your life or if you just want to look, feel and perform better, I can help.

By focusing on and optimizing the basic facets of physical health- Quality Nutrition, Purposeful Training and Sleep and Recovery, I can help you, in helping yourself build a more resilient and energized body and mind.

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SERVICES

Personal Training

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Physical Therapy

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Nutrition Coaching

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Testimonials

Eighteen months ago I herniated two discs in my lower back and as a result I suffered from constant chronic back pain and frequent flare ups of stiffness which would impede me from exercising and made my living day to day really difficult. I work in an office so sitting all day was really painful and my motivation to work out decreased for fear of further injury. (more…)

Stevë Devonda

We are in our 60’s (Vera) and early 70’s (Ken) and have had personal training twice/week with Ed for nearly 10 months.  When we first started, we had many aches and pains (back, neck, knee, etc.) and had difficulty with some functional movements, such as some of the heavier household chores and handling our suitcases when travelling.  We are now pain free and significantly fitter and stronger.  In fact, we feel a decade younger and can now even do some things that we could not do a decade ago. (more…)

Vera Radyo & Ken Phillips

I trained with Ed O’Donovan for almost a year. Over that time, I dropped from 195 lbs to 185 lbs, while becoming stronger and faster than I can ever remember.  At 51 years old, years of ice hockey, downhill and cross-country skiing, and mountain trail running left my body a broken, asymmetrical mess. I was 30 lbs overweight, my knees were aching and swollen, and I couldn’t bend over in the morning because of a herniated disc. (more…)

Sean Cox