how are we different?
Each member receives individualized programming, whether they prefer to train one-on-one or alongside others in a semi-private setting.
And with monthly scheduling options that range from once-per-week to unlimited times per month, you can truly personalize your training calendar.
Make no mistake, Josh Mavilia Fitness is a gym. It’s fully-stocked with bars & weights and has 400 square feet of turf.
But don’t worry, you’ll also find clean facilities, bright blue walls, and a fridge jam-packed with complimentary water.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned gym-goer or have never worked out before, Josh Mavilia Fitness is an all-inclusive training studio.
We don’t just train athletes, we train real people with families, fast-paced jobs, and crazy schedules.
Who is josh mavilia?
Hometown: Hanson, Massachusetts
Background: Josh attended Northeastern University where he studied both engineering and criminal justice before deciding to make his part-time personal training job into a full-time career. He’s worked in private studio, strength & conditioning, and commercial gym settings.
Credentials: NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Precision Nutrition, & Functional Movement Systems
Likes: Gold fever chicken pizza & anything with Jason Segel or Steve Carrell in it
Favorite Exercise: Squat, both front and back
Favorite Gym Advice: The goal of a side plank is to always do a higher side plank!
Josh Mavilia is the South Shore’s foremost expert on amusing marketing campaigns. Oh, and he’s also a personal trainer.
As a fitness crusader, Josh opened the studio as a way to bring a little bit of “gym attitude” to the traditional personal training atmosphere.
Combining a culture of camaraderie with some kettlebells & a squat rack, we believe we’ve created the ultimate setting for you to reach your fitness goals.
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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.