MOEfit's Mission Statement
"At MOEfit we train the average to be above, and the above to maintain."
The History Of MOEfit
MOEfit can trace it's roots back about 6 years to a time when we were simply a blog called Badass40. Our primary focus was to motivate Gen X'ers to get out of the house and do stuff. We were mainly focused on obstacle course races and similar events like Tough Mudder, Spartan and GORUCK.
Today we are a full fledged gym with our first location at 235 Willow Street in Titusville. We approach getting fit as an all inclusive process to train you for life, not simply "working out."
When you join MOEfit you join our extended family. We motivate you when you are here and miss you when you are not. All of our coaches and trainers are Crossfit L1 trainers and continually educate and recertify as needed to make sure you are safe and effectively reaching your fitness goals.
Come on by any time and give us a shot! The first class is always free, if you actually come back for more, then we'll be glad to take your money!!
Welcome to MOEfit!
Crossfit L1 Trainer
Marc has been physically active since he was a young tyke in New England. The son of an avid mountaineer and runner, he ran his first half marathon at age 11. Growing up with access to the White Mountains in New Hampshire, Marc and his family spent almost every weekend of his formative years hiking, backpacking, backwoods camping and rock climbing. Also an avid fan of obstacle course racing and rucking, Marc is also an active ambassador for Tough Mudder style races and GORUCK.
As a coach Marc believes that a person can never stop learning. Currently a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, Marc is studying for ACE Personal Trainer certification and additional CrossFit certifications including endurance and nutrition. When it comes to coaching athletes, Marc’s philosophy is that there is absolutely no reason why athletes can’t get smoked hard, be enthusiastically encouraged but also have a good time. No athlete under Marc’s guidance will ever feel like they are not important or made to feel like they shouldn’t be there.