We want to hear about what you envision for the best version of yourself. whether that means coming up with an plan or just being able talk through issues.
We will work with you to chart out where you want go, design a plan, and put into motion everything needed in order get there.
It's as simple as choosing your class times, carving out that time for what's important and showing up. From there, we make it easy!
Seth Rowsam has been working and training in the functional and personal training space for more than 8 years. He especially enjoys the intensity and logistics of training for competition (pacing, movement cycling, keeping HR down, planned breaks, etc.). “I’m all about constantly making myself and those around me better each and every day, no matter how small or large the difference may be,” he says. Maybe that’s why he most enjoys watching a member break through a barrier or plateau that they have been struggling with.
Seth was a multi-sport athlete growing—with a focus on hockey—He focused his energies on hockey and lacrosse from middle school through high school. “After high school, I played three years of Junior B hockey (one year in a Northeastern American League, followed by two years in an Ontario, Canada league). A year of junior college lacrosse also happened.” During his senior year in high school (2007), his strength and conditioning coach had begun experimenting in using CrossFit with some of the athletes who frequented the gym. Ever since he has been hooked to everything functional training and was moved to pursue his degree in Exercise Science.
Seth is the Head CrossFit and Strength and Conditioning Coach for Arsenal Performance. He currently programs for the CrossFit classes and works with a limited number of personal training clients.
Interested in training with Seth 1-on-1? Reach out to him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Head Coach & Partner
B.S. Exercise Science
CrossFit Level 1
Patrick Larcom is an ambassador for the Sport of Rowing and Fitness. He rowed for the University of Vermont and has been coaching competitive juniors and adults since 2009. He has combined his passion for rowing and fitness by offering rowing workshops and instruction to members and coaches at gyms across the Northeast. In 2012, Patrick graduated in the inaugural class of the Institute for Rowing Leadership at Community Rowing Inc. it was that summer Pat had the pleasure of meeting and coaching alongside Jason Gee. It’s been an epic journey and the adventures continue!
By day, Patrick is the Director of Coaching Education at CRI. By night, he programs and coaches strength and conditioning for the Radcliffe lightweight women’s rowing team. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA and he is a US Rowing Level III Certified Coach.
Patrick dreams of the day when racing on the water is available everywhere and every athlete has experienced not only the power and grace of flying across the water, but the power and speed developed in the Olympic lifts. As a coach at CrossFit Arsenal, Patrick enjoys sharing his knowledge and passion for both rowing and strength training in a practical and applicable way with the members of the best community in Boston.
Advanced Certificate in Rowing Leadership – Institute for Rowing Leadership, C.S.C.S. – National Strength and Conditioning Association, M.E. – Stevens Institute of Technology, B.S. – University of Vermont
Emily has been a CrossFit athlete and competitor for seven years with a background in endurance training. She specializes in developing durable performance athletes with a minimal investment of their time. She is passionate about training (of course), traveling, her dogs and running, Emily loves seeing how quickly people progress.
“One week someone can barely get a pull-up, and the next they are stringing three together,” she says.
A runner for more than 20 years, Emily has competed in college and has won a number of local races. “I am a Boston qualifier and competed at Track Club Nationals as an adult,” she says. “I love doing local competitions and spending time in the gym. The people and community feel are some of the best things about the gym. I love interacting with our members and seeing new members fall in love with it. I decided to take the Level 1 to allow me to work with our members directly.”
Emily’s day job is at Harvard Medical School, but outside of work and the gym, she loves to do anything outside and is always looking for another trip to plan.
CrossFit Level 1, National Academy Of Sports Science Trainer
Lisa took her first CrossFit class back in high school and started coaching six years ago in college.
She grew up doing gymnastics, dance, and later, diving. With a background in teaching beginner gymnastics, she loves watching athletes connect the dots from the basics to higher skills. Some of her favorite gym experiences include local competitions and starting a CrossFit pre-k program at her first box in 2015.
By day- Lisa does project management in tech and she also serves in the Massachusetts Air National Guard.
CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
Jason Gee has been working professionally in the field of health, fitness and performance for almost 20 years. As early as 2002 Jason began teaching group fitness classes in Atlanta Georgia while he pursued his own path training and competing in Mixed Martial Arts,Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Boxing. This led to opportunities to work with and train along side numerous veterans and future stars of the UFC and Bellator and even the NFL.
While Jason’s performance training experience dates back decades it wasn’t until 2011 when he relocated to Boston where he discovered what a powerful tool for personal development that CrossFit and community fitness is. “Training and working out have always been a part of my life, but until I started this type of training it was always a solo venture. Frankly I know from the outside looking in, it can seem really intimidating but I’ve never worked with a group of people before that so genuinely want to see the people around them improve and succeed.”
Ever since, it has been his sole venture and since founding Arsenal Performance with a small stack off barbells and a dream he has never looked back.
Jason is the Founder and Program Director of Arsenal performance. He currently focuses on community building and program design. You can find Jason in almost every type of class from CrossFit to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, teaching, training or just hanging out.
Do you want to train with Jason? Reach out to him directly at email@example.com
USAW Sports Performance Coach
Walsh Rowing Indoor Rowing Coach
Black Belt – Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (Bruno Ayolphi Braz)
CrossFit Level 2
CrossFit Rowing, Strongman, Goal Setting, Kettlebell, Mobility Trainer
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