Amy John, Owner/Operations
Andy John, Owner
Alfonso Balducci, Director of Programming
A Long Island native, Al is a huge New York sports fan (Giants, Yankees, and Rangers). His mom also makes a mean spaghetti.
David Manning, Director of Athletic Programming
David is a professional lacrosse player for the Philadelphia Barrage and also holds a Master of Science in exercise physiology with a concentration on nutrition and exercise. A Loyola Maryland alum, he played on the 2012 National Championship team and was a captain during Loyola’s 2016 Final Four appearance. David will be rejoining the Loyola Men’s Lacrosse team as the head strength and conditioning coach through Training House.
David has worked as a sports performance coach for Professional, College, High School, and Middle school teams and athletes. He has also been very involved coaching in the lacrosse community, most recently acting as the Director of Lacrosse for Cambridge High School in GA and prior to that as a two year assistant coach at Bridgewater College. The son of a nutritionist, David has always been fascinated by the importance of proper nutrition and training to optimize performance on the field. Along with strength and conditioning, David will be a sports nutrition resource for our athletes and teams affiliated with Training House. David also owns and operates Pure Performance Lab LLC, a sports performance resource for athletes and coaches. Outside of the gym, David enjoys coaching and playing lacrosse (obviously!), playing fetch with his dog Scar, reading the latest sports science research, and cooking.
Sam Udell, Personal Trainer
Kenya Butler, Personal Trainer
Angelo Levon, Boxing Coach, Sports Performance Trainer
Kelly Verbil, Member Relations
PJ Quarrie - Sports Performance
Dr. Shannon Will, PT, DPT, CSCS, Will Power PT, Director of Sports Rehabilitation
Dr. Shannon Will, PT, DPT, CSCS is a sports physical therapist who has treated professional and collegiate athletes in sports including football, basketball, lacrosse, track & field, gymnastics, field hockey, soccer and boxing. These athletes work with Shannon to address post surgical rehabilitation, persistent pain or limitations, and to enhance overall performance.
In addition to physical therapy, Shannon is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Sports Performance Specialist. She provides custom collegiate and high school team training based on speed and agility, plyometrics, power, strength, exercise capacity and active recovery principles. She is passionate about injury prevention for young athletes.
Shannon serves her Baltimore community through the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, One Love Foundation and promotes healthy lifestyles through partnership with Pure Raw Juice and Juice Plus.