A former high school and semi-professional football player in New England, Gregory attended his first Crossfit class in 2013 and became a regular once his football career ended in 2015.
Training at multiple boxes over the next four years, he was exposed to different coaching and programming styles.
Gregory became interested in understanding the methodology of Crossfit coaching and programming. In 2019 he earned his Level 1 coaching certification and immediately began coaching.
Gregory earned his Master’s in Physical Therapy from American International College in 2003 and later his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2014.
Greg was first introduced to art of orthopedic manual physical therapy in 2008 when he attended his first Functional Manual Therapy course. He then began the tract to become a Certified Functional Manual Therapist which he earned in 2014.
Gregory focused his next education tract on spinal manipulation and dry needling through the Spinal Manipulative Institute.
In 2018, Greg enrolled in the fellowship program taught by the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy and earned fellowship recognition in the American Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy in 2019.
Combining Physical Therapy & CrossFit, Gregory has found an avenue to work with people who desire to achieve a higher level of fitness. Dissecting movements and identifying impairments is a trademark of Physical Therapy and provides a great service to the classes he coaches. In his clinic, his patients perform many of the foundational movements of CrossFit throughout their rehab process.
Gregory brings his knowledge or the human body, healthy movement patters, and CrossFit elements together in his classes, helping athletes move to the best of their abilities!