Josh Mavilia Fitness

Private & Semi-Private Personal Training @ South Shore, Massachusetts


Our Mission

To create an unparalleled environment for our members to improve their health and reach their personal fitness goals. 

We understand that beginning a new fitness regimen can be daunting and overwhelming, but that’s just who we’re built for.

We use a creative combination of many different fitness ideologies to create a workout experience like no other. This means that your workouts will get you to your goals both quicker and with more variety in your training sessions, helping you stay committed.

And using a balanced blend of practicality and science, we’ll give you a complete perspective on nutrition, sleep, and stress, important components to your overall health and wellness. These elements will help you to bring fitness into your life, not the other way around.



What People Say

I thought I was out of the “working out” game for a long time. Having chronic tendinitis and being in pain every day definitely made it difficult to imagine going to the gym. After trying out some remedies suggested to me by my Dr I quickly realized there is no quick fix. Starting to see Josh definitely worried me, was I going to hurt myself worse? Could I cause permanent damage. But I said screw it, my husband thought it could at the least just help me get stronger in other areas. So I did, Josh and I have had some challenges along the way modifying almost all of the workouts for me in some shape or form. But sofar I’ve noticed a difference in my overall strength, balance, and flexibility. I’m excited to start hitting some goals I’m setting for myself. #legdayeveryday

It’s been scary pushing some limits and out of My comfort zone on deadlifting and zercher squats. Now I’m finding that I am looking forward to these workouts and building more strength and pushing my limits.

This has been such a nice experience for me and my family. Truly we enjoy it… even when we really don’t. I love that Sydnie will be able to understand the importance of working out and by her seeing both her parents do it. It’s sure to make an impression on her.

Just give us your name and email and I'll send The Busy Person's Guide To Fitness straight to your inbox.

Inside, you'll find advice on workouts, lifting, cardio, and diet, as well as six months worth of 2-day-per-week workouts that I've used with my actual clients.

- Josh

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Tammie

Member

I started my training with Josh to gain better balance, strength, and endurance. I wanted to be able to walk distances, bend, and to be able to be independent.

I have achieved better balance since starting training. I less frequently lean on walls & my grandchildren for support. All the strength exercise routines I do and even getting on and off the floor as I go to the next venue all assist me to perform my daily chores and activities at home. Some times I surprise myself that I am able to do as many reps as I do.

The first advice I have for my fellow members is to show up for your workout. We all have been guilty of the opposite. It is too easy to not workout; we have to work on this. The next thing is to have a sense of humor. Humor helps the pain. Humor and conversation during exercise gives you respite for a short time out to take a breath.

Just give us your name and email and I'll send The Busy Person's Guide To Fitness straight to your inbox.

Inside, you'll find advice on workouts, lifting, cardio, and diet, as well as six months worth of 2-day-per-week workouts that I've used with my actual clients.

- Josh

We won't send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.

Richard

Member, Age 73