On paper, Ian Rubin sounds intimidating: 12 years of experience as a Certified Personal Trainer & Food Coach, a Masters in Health and Art Sciences, and a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. However, try to shake his hand and he’ll laugh and move in for a hug.
Ian’s eye’s light up when someone—anyone—strikes up a conversation about food, fitness, or overall wellness. As a Food Relationship and Holistic Fitness Coach, Ian empowers his clients to find that same spark and passion for leading a healthy, happy and balanced life.
In the gym, Ian focuses on proper form and body mechanics for the individual client, incorporating functional movements, strength exercises and stretches that build confidence and ease pain. In the kitchen, Ian shies away from deprivation and “bad” foods, encouraging a deeper conversation about how and why we eat, and how we feel about it.