Brett is passionate about adaptive fitness and inspiring the best in everyone he meets. The mission of his wellness design is to set a new standard for the world in the “fight back” against Parkinson’s Disease through holistic and fitness based approaches as well as breaking down barriers for adults and children limited by disease or disability by sharing his exceptional mental, spiritual, and physical training experience.
Brett is a U.S. Army veteran and is proud to have served as a combat medic and trainer for special operations and oversaw the construction and development of the DEPMEDS for the United States Army. During his service, Brett became a licensed physical therapist. He has over 26 years of experience in all settings including sports therapy, acute and intensive care, long-term care, and wound care. Brett has worked in the fitness industry for 26 years with extensive experience in kickboxing, boxing, spinning, rowing, and strength and conditioning. He is the Founder and Owner of 110 Fitness, the largest wellness center in the world for people with Parkinson’s Disease. Brett has worked as the strength and conditioning coach for world-class boxers and Olympic athletes focusing on injury prevention and rehabilitation. Brett also volunteered as an adaptive sports coach at New England Disabled Sports at Loon Mountain in New Hampshire for 18 years. Additionally, he is the co-owner of Boston Orthotics, Inc.
Brett is certified in Concept 2 Rowing, Pedaling for Parkinson’s, SCW Boxing, SCW Aquatics Exercise, Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance, CPR/AED, and is a licensed boxing second in Massachusetts. Brett also serves as an ambassador for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and the Davis Phinney Foundation. Brett is a research consultant for innovative research companies as well as prominent Boston hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic.