At Parisi Baldwinsville, you will find the most elite performance coaches in CNY. Each performance coach is put through a rigorous certification process. The Parisi Speed School is the only nationally accredited training program in Central New York – this ensures the education and quality of our program.
Mike is one of our certified Parisi Speed School performance coaches. Mike is in the United States Marine Corps and stationed in Mattydale, NY. Prior to joining the Baldwinsville Parisi Speed School family, Mike was working at Riverside Fitness Center as an NCSF Certified Personal Trainer. In high school, Mike played Varsity Football for Baldwinsville and formed a passion for sports and athletic performance at a very young age. In his playing days, Mike trained at Parisi Speed School where he excelled in enhancing his athletic performance. Being a Parisi athlete gave Mike the best idea of what Parisi Speed School is all about and how beneficial it was to him and can be to others.
“The best way to predict your future is to create it.”
Before joining the Parisi Team, Edward Ramin attended SUNY New Paltz. Edward has been an avid soccer player for the past 15 years. During high school Edward played on a CNY United, Olympic Development Program, and NY West soccer clubs. Edward went on to start his collegiate career at York College of Pennsylvania, then transferred to Onondaga Community College. During his time at Onondaga Community College, Edward’s team won the Conference Championship. Edward finished his collegiate soccer career at SUNY New Paltz where his team reached the Semi-Finals in the SUNY Athletic Conference. Edward developed a strong passion for fitness and physical training from training on three competitive collegiate soccer teams. Edward joined the Parisi Team and received his Parisi Certification after graduating. Through his experiences, Edward has gained a strong understanding for what it takes to increase speed, agility and strength as well as confidence.
“The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion when nobody else is watching.”