CrossFit PSP

CrossFit PSP

5.0 (2)
15 years in business

About this pro

With My 20 Year experience as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for Profeccional Athletes and elete collegate athlets and my nationally certification from NSCA ( National Strength and Conditioning Association), CSCCa ( Collegiate Strength and Conditionning Association) USAW (United State of America Weightlifting) CFL1 (Crossfit Level 1), among the most recognized, I bring a performance base, wholistic training mentality where I address all aslpects of Fitness. Not only strength and cardiovascular but flexibility, coordination agility and balance. I believe this style of training is best for Weightloss , muscle building, and overall quality of life.

Do you want to look like an athlete? come train like one. 

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I love my job. I get to be part of the journey to a healtyer and happier person. My athletes are like my kids. Their success lift me up and give me joy. To see a kid learn to skip, make a JV team, make their first goal, or reach a performance level never before imagined is amazing. Seeing an adult stumble in barely able to walk with knee pain and 3 years later tell me he does not remember last time his knees hurt as he squats. or enjoy activities with his wife again excite me. I am blessed to start the journey with a client/athlete and end with a friend. 

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Longwood, FL 32750
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2 Reviews


  • Kathy Herbert

    I take Crossfit classes. I feel the training is more well-rounded than other Crossfit gyms and I have belonged to two. Alex is very focused proper form and my form has improved immensely in just a few months, thus allowing me to increase lifting weight. He also figured out my double-under problem

  • Danielle

    I took a few years off from crossfit due to irritating a lifelong back injury. I was very nervous and intimidated to come back; but after my first workout with Coach Alex and Sean, I knew my safety came first. They pushed me to keep going but knew when I needed to lower the weight. They pay close attention to form because athlete safety comes first. If you ever want to give crossfit a try, I highly recommend PSP. They will debunk any bad reputation you have heard about the sport.


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to meet the athlete and for them to meet me and see the facility. I believe that client and athlete must be a good fit for each other. In order for the training to be effective there has to be a level of trust and compatability that can not be achived without a face to face. In this meeting we talk about previouse exercise and nutrition experice, any physical limitations, and personal short and long term goals. I then take the athlete through a movement screen to see if there is anything else I think we should focus on. We nish with any questions the athlete might still have. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a MS in Sports Psychology from Florida State University. I hold Certifivations from Nike (SPARQ), NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) CSCCa (Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association) USAW (United States Weightlifting) CFL1 (Crossfit ), and ISSA (international Sports Sciences accociation

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Pricing Ranges form $8 to $65. Sports Teams (Demending on size) can be as low as $8 a session. Personal Training is $85 for  1 indivisual hour but pacages , depending on number per week and length of program) lowers that cost significantly, up to 45%. 

How did you get started teaching?

I loved psychology and fitness and studied both it in college. I have always been a people person. Coaching to me is a blend of both. you have to know the exercise science to get results but also the psychology of the athlete or client to know what modivates them and how to get the most out of them. I started as a personal trainer at FSU's gym as an undergrand, moved to be the Strength coach for tennis, Swimming and Diving, then sports psychologies for FSU swimming and Diving and continued my path to Major League Baseball, Colleges and eventrually to open my own facility. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I work with all populations. Athletes from 8 and up in Sports Performance and the sports of Weightlifting to adults looking to improve their quality of life by improving overall fitness , strength training and weight control.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure to be an educated consumer 

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Make sure to be an educated consumer. All certifications are not equal. Some can be attained by taking a simple test online and some take a college degree and years of experience. Make sure they are by a nationally recognized organization. Meet and ask every and all questions. A good coach/trainer should be able to answer any and all questions or tell you they don’t know and will get your an answer. Make sure you are comparable, you have to be able to trust your coach/trainer. And beware of promises of big results with little effort. It will be hard at times, and it will take sometime. Anybody that tells you otherwhise is not telling the truth.