Nick Esposito

Waltham, MA 02453

Nick Esposito is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine; The NASM Certified Personal Trainers’ Program is considered one of the top programs in the fitness field.

Nick has increased his knowledge in the field by studying under some of the most prestigious strength coaches and companies in the field, including Mike Boyle (Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning), Eric Cressey (Eric Cressey Sports Performance), and EXOS Human Performance, and MovNat.

Along with being a NASM-CPT, Nick is certified to perform Functional Movement Screens (FMS), which allows him to score individuals in a simple way to determine if their movement patterns are optimal, acceptable, or dysfunctional.

Nick’s vast knowledge has been put on display as he presents at National Strength & Conditioning Association seminars, schools, and team programs. He is constantly learning by talking to other trainers in the field, reading books and articles. Nick regularly attends workshops and seminars to stay up to date to provide the highest level of service he can.

Nick combines all of his skills and knowledge to create the best possible programs for his clients to enhance their training sessions, and ultimately their performance.

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About Me


  • Bachelor's Degree, Sports Management, Bellevue University

Certifications / Trainings

NASM - Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)
Expires: 2019-05-25 07:00:00 UTC
World Kettlebell Club® - WKC® Fitness Trainer Certification
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World Kettlebell Club® - WKC® Sport Coach Certification
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CPR Certified

American Heart Association
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American Safety & Health Institute
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AED Certified

American Heart Association Heart Saver AED
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Liability Insurance

  • Provided through my club/employer

Nick's Locations

Champion Physical Therapy and Performance

110-1 Clematis Ave
Waltham, MA 02453

Additional Information


$0.00 / hr, Please contact for more information

Payment Methods

Cash , Credit Cards , Personal Checks

Years Experience


Awards & Accomplishments

  • Co-Author of The Baseball Strength Training Manual
  • Co-Author of The Softball Strength Training Manual
  • Co-Author of The Young Blood Training Manual
  • Speaker at NSCA Seminar - AP Performance 2017

Languages Spoken




11 Ratings

5.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by Gary Longman on May 31, 2013

    All the outstanding reviews about Nic are absolutely correct. He has been training me on kettlebells for over 2 months and I am very impressed with his technical knowledge, teaching skills and ability to motivate. I am a 61 year old male (retired Army) and have always had a physical fitness mindset, but Nic is my first personal trainer and he has taken me to new levels of cardio, flexibility and strength performance.

    Additionally, I have had the opportunity to observe Nic train other members (of all ages and abilities) and they are just as impressed as I. He has a rare gift of understanding both the physical and mental needs of his clients and they respond with results. To sum it up, I started the use of a trainer as a short-term experiment; but now, thanks to Nic, I am hooked.

  • by Christina DAllesandro on Dec 07, 2012

    Nick is an excellent trainer. He was highly professional and committed. He motivated me to work toward my goals, while ensuring that I had the skills necessary to continue the workouts on my own. The workouts he proposed were innovative and enjoyable.

    I am sorry to see him leave my current club - his skills and experience and overall demeanor are a great loss. Nick truly helped me work toward my fitness goals and was very helpful in assisting me on the needed lifestyle changes to improve my overall health. I recommend Nick without hesitation.

  • by Nancy Hill on Sep 11, 2012

    Great trainer! I have had the incredible pleasure and experience of working with Nick Esposito as my personal trainer for just 8 weeks. Without the use of free weights or running, I’ve enjoyed weight loss ahead of my goals, and an incredible increase of cardio-respiratory endurance.

    Nick is professional and engaging. He challenges my mental limits by encouraging me and pushing my physical limits. As he continues to learn new techniques and tools, Nick brings them to our sessions and again, encourages and motivates me to try the new and unfamiliar. He’s always patient and careful in explaining it to me- and believe me when I say he’s VERY patient with me! With that, I’ve been exposed to some new tools that I absolutely have loved using- like TRX and ViPR.

    Without being overbearing, he gets in my head and just knows when I need to hear that coach talk – “finish strong” “leave it all here”. I’ve done things I never would have imagined doing and have made achievements that I couldn’t have accomplished 8 weeks ago.

    A fact in all of this is, I’m 50 years old, was about 50lbs overweight and have asthma. In the short time I’ve had with Nick’s training and guidance, my endurance has increased immensely- when at first I needed my inhaler a few times during a workout- currently I’m able to do a full 1 hour strenuous workout without needing to use my inhaler at all! (Though, he makes certain I have it with me-and constantly checks on me)

    I really feel a loss in Nick’s departure from my current fitness center. Though I tease him about abandoning me, my true feeling is, he deserves to be elevated as a personal trainer. He is a leader and I’d move to his new location if it were geographically feasible!

  • by Sara Matczak on Sep 03, 2012

    Nick is an amazing trainer. During a training session with him I was always exercising to my fullest. He always pushed me in the right direction, but he also knew what my limitations were. I play for my high school tennis team, and Nick really helped me get leaner, faster, and acquire more muscle quickly. Other than physically working out in the gym, Nick helped me change my diet to aid in my fitness and workouts. My mother and I both were trained by Nick (during different sessions), and he always specifically tailored our workouts to our needs, goals, and bodies. Nick is the best trainer anyone could ever have, and if you have the opportunity to work out with him, it'd be the best decision you'd ever make.

  • by Patty Tirak on Sep 02, 2012

    Nick was the only trainer I ever met that inspired me to believe that trainers were what they are supposed to be. He is extremely knowledgeable which enables him to keep each session fresh and fun. He also is well aware of ways to adapt exercises to minimize stress on existing physical faults. His nutrition knowledge and coaching were also a strong factor in his appeal.

    I have witnessed many trainers at the gym I belong to that seem to be staring off in space, socializing, or even texting while training someone. Nick would never display that kind of behavior. He is very focused on the individuals he is working with. He chose this as a profession and is every bit a Professional Trainer. With that being said, I must add that training sessions were never boring and quite often actually fun. Nick enjoys what he does and made it enjoyable to learn and workout.

    My personal goals were modest. At six months I wanted a 25 lbs loss using the logic that a pound a week would be adequate. I reached that goal. I was really amazed that the steady minor changes in daily life and working out was working for the first time ever for me. I was equally amazed that the beginning and ending measurements had such drastic differences. (inches on thighs, waist, chest, etc.)

    Nick relocated to Hollis, NH. I miss him but believe I can take what I learned and keep going forward, or in this case down. I have lost 5 more pounds following my six months of gaining knowledge from Nick.

    I would also like to add that he has checked in with me about my progress and given me encouragement even since he moved away.

    I would say he is one in a million.

    Anyone would be fortunate to spend time under his guidance.

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