Meet the Trainers

Brendan O’Neill, Trainer

Training Experience: Brendan has been training athletes and clients of all ages for twenty years.  He has built a strong following of students seeking specialized exercise routines, to overcome injury and establish a high level of fitness. Brendan focuses on implementing a training method based on pre-habilitation in a safe and fun environment.  Pre-habilitation is the process by which clients can adjust their training, nutrition, and recovery needs in order to increase performance and decrease the chance of injury.  Within this system, Brendan’s role is to focus on the training portion, through functional movement and corrective exercise.

Background: “I truly value time with my family, it helps recharge my batteries and find balance in life.  I firmly believe that finding balance is one of the keys to health and happiness.  I am a New England sports fan, enjoy playing the drums, listening to music, and big into movies.”


–  Certified Personal Trainer (CPT)

–  Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS)

–  Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC)

–  Functional Movement Screen Level 1 (FMS)

Brendan has also earned training certifications from the Burdenko Institute in the following areas:  

–  Part 1: Core Program – Levels 1, 2, and 3

–  Part 2: Instructor Program – Levels 4, 5, and 6

Matt Nevard, Trainer

Training Experience:

Eat well, sleep well, move well. I strongly believe in all three of these, and since Bosse Sports Club opened in 2004 I have taken great pleasure in helping people move well and move often. Whether they are athletes or non-athletes, young or young-at-heart, I appreciate when people recognize the importance of incorporating training in their lives.


B.A. Psychology, Holy Cross College

NASM Certified Personal Trainer

Kate Fulchino, Trainer

Training Experience: Kate began her career working in physical therapy, which she continued for 11 years. She specialized in rehabilitation of various injuries, monitored patients closely after surgery and administered return-to-sport protocols. In addition to working with patients, Kate also worked privately with clients as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist with all ages groups, while focusing on current and past injuries when developing their programs. She believes in the importance of motivating clients by creating diverse and challenging exercises that can be done in any environment.

Background: In her free time, Kate enjoys spending time with friends, family and especially her golden retriever, Rookie. Growing up in an Italian family has made cooking and trying new restaurants a favorite activity of hers. Kate maintains a healthy lifestyle by running regularly and incorporating interval strength training into her workouts.


BS in Athletic Training, Northeastern University 2005

Licensed Athletic Trainer (LAT)

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)