‘I feel that training with Coach Meg has not only helped with my stability, but with my strength and endurance. The difference is very noticeable and has been very helpful in getting me to where I am today.’ –Sydney, WWindsor/Penn softball/Team USA 2013 Maccabiah Games
lI’m a collegiate pitcher who worked his tail off this past off-season to get myself into pitching shape for the spring. Unfortunately, during this process, I began to feel a chronic pain in my lower back and hips. My knees began to hurt as well, and at such a young age, I didn’t know the cause of these injuries, or how to overcome them. Then I met Coach Meg. She was completely open to answering any questions I had, and did it with a smile on her face. She evaluated my movement patterns, and revealed to me that my hips and hamstrings were very tight, and the three plus miles I was running daily were probably a little too much for a relief pitcher. I cut down on the running and began to practice the “hip-opening” stretches she showed me, and just weeks later, my pain was non-existent. Coach Meg and I remain in touch and I can’t thank her enough. She truly cares about the people she works with.” –Matthew Delbert, reliever, NJCU baseball

‘Coach Meg worked with my team and I noticed a difference in their strength, balance, and endurance. She is very creative with her workouts and is able to work sport-specific movements for our game. My student-athletes continue to use her drills and I have noticed a change in their core through her consultation. Coach Meg is very passionate at helping athletes pursue their dreams in getting to that next level.’ –Bridgette Quimpo, Head Softball Coach, New Jersey City University


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