Alexia Malone Oliver.
Alexia is a Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC) and is currently studying to become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis on Sports Nutrition at Simmons College and is currently perusing her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. While at Simmons, she was a member and varsity captain of the field hockey and lacrosse teams. Alexia helped lead her field hockey team to become a two-time conference champion! Alexia assisted in the Simmons athletic training room with the varsity athletes in strength and conditioning programs, as well as, rehabilitation programs. Alexia completed a highly competitive internship program at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning in Woburn, MA. Here, she worked with professional, collegiate, high school, and youth athletes of various sports, as well as, clients interested in losing weight or gaining muscle, in order to live a healthy lifestyle and feel confident with their own bodies.
Alexia completed her second strength and conditioning internship at Champion Physical Therapy and Performance. During this internship, she realized her passion in strength and conditioning! Her goal is to further her education in this field while incorporating her rehabilitation background in the prevention of injuries. Alexia is passionate and enthusiastic in her desire to inform and train women that strength and conditioning isn’t solely for men. Incorporating Power/Olympic lifting, as well as, an appropriate diet, into a woman’s daily routine can increase fat loss and provide the ideal slim body every women desires.
Alexia is currently training to run in the Boston Marathon for South Shore Hospital Cancer Research affiliated with Dana Farber and Brigham and Women’s Cancer Research.