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SPORTS PERFORMANCE

SPORTS
PERFORMANCE

1-on-1

Small Group

Team Training

Performance Assessment

Nutritional Guidance

Classes

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FITNESS & WELLNESS

FITNESS
& WELLNESS

1-on-1

Small Group

Corporate Fitness

Movement Assessment

Nutritional Guidance

Classes

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INJURY RECOVERY

INJURY
RECOVERY

Youth Athlete

College Athlete

Professional Athlete

Return to function

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KINEXIT

KINEXIT

Single Sport Athlete

Multiple Sports Athlete

Adult Fitness

Senior Fitness

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OUR TEAM

JOE
TOFFERI
MS, CSCS, FAFS, CAFS, 3D MAPS

OWNER/PERFORMANCE COACH

“Hi, I’m Joe Tofferi. For over 15 years, I have been an elite trainer and coach. I’ve been privileged to train and advise 1000’s of athletes at every level of play – professional, college, high school and recreational. I’ve also trained those with goals related to personal health, recovery, fitness, and well-being.

My passion is helping people reach their full potential for comfort, confidence, and competitiveness. I use a distinctive scientific movement system that is highly personal, innovative and effective. It’s nothing like you’ve ever tried before. We train together, always guided by your achievement and aspirations.

My promise is to give you my very best effort; and I simply ask that you promise yourself the same. At Train 4 Your Best, you will never be judged and always be challenged with respect and encouragement. It would be my privilege to help you become your very best!

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ANDREW
JOHNSON
NASM-CPT, CAFS, USAW

MOVEMENT SPECIALIST / TRAINER

“Hello, I’m Andrew Johnson. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication. While studying at UWO, I was the Lacrosse captain as a Freshman. I was also a part of the UWO Boxing Club.

My career began in Southfield, MI as a Financial Advisor and from there I moved on to Chicago, IL, working with Tech Startup companies and was moved over to Denver, CO to work as a Director of Operations. With a broad view of the business world, I found myself thinking of what I was truly passionate about. I decided to go back to school in pursuit of becoming a Physician’s Assistant and through attaining a 4.0GPA in my Pre-PA course work.

While completing 1,000 hours of direct in-patient care my experiences and education made me even more passionate about the education of personal health and responsibility. I knew I wanted to be at the fore-front of helping people before they needed medical intervention. I’ve been a personal trainer for 3 years, have worked with hundreds of individuals, adolescents to adults optimizing performance for athletes and teaching adults how to improve their overall well-being through fitness and proper nutrition.”

DAN
WIERZBA
MS Ed., LAT, ACSM-CPT

PERSONAL TRAINER / ATHLETIC TRAINER

“Hi, I am Dan Wierzba. I graduated from UW-Stevens Point with an undergraduate degree in Athletic Training and was a member of the wrestling team. I continued at UWSP and completed my Masters degree in education while providing athletic training services primarily for the women’s soccer and men’s hockey teams.

After completing my Master’s degree I worked in Marshfield, WI at the Marshfield Clinic as an athletic trainer and also provided outreach services to Abbotsford High School. My medical experience and knowledge gained from working in the clinic has given me the privilege to work with people of any age, sport or activity level. I loved going out to a small community and getting to know the student-athletes, parents, coaches and community members.

Throughout my time as an athletic trainer I found an extreme passion for working with student-athletes in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Each person is like a puzzle with their own individual pieces. This provides a fun challenge when working with each and every individual to help accomplish their specific goals. I want to take my experiences as an athletic trainer and use them to teach others about one of the most important factors in fitness and prevention. Movement and how it relates to our daily function!”

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