Joe Marsit, MS, CSCS, USAW Level 1 & SPC
brings over 20 years of performance training experience to the programs at Fittquest
unique background in both the science and practice of human performance has been a tremendous asset for the clients he
has had the privilege of training.
experience has included coaching stints at Penn State University
, Appalachian State University
, Northern Arizona University
, Arizona State University
and the Olympic Training Center
in Colorado Springs, where he
Masters' thesis work and studied under USA Weightlifting coach Dragomire Cioroslan.
has been fortunate to be mentored by the best sports scientists and performance coaches in this country and brings a new level of expertise and insight to the Fittquest
Joe's approach to training is a combination of tested and proven traditional methods of resistance work combined with specific training tools to meet the desired goals of each client.
Because of this approach he
has been able to build success in athletes across a wide spectrum of sports.
Some notable athletes he
has trained include: Tim Harden, World 60M Indoor champion; Marcus Brunson, World Collegiate 100M champion; Dwight Phillips, NCAA, National and Olympic long jump champion; Dexter Coakley, NFL linebacker; Damion Easley, MLB 2nd baseman; Paul Casey, PGA tour player, PAC-10 champion; Jeff Quinney, US Amateur golf champion; Jason Murietta, FB, State Player of the Year, Big Sky Freshman of the Year; Margie Giordano, VB, 5A State Player of the Year.
has worked with over 100 NCAA All-American athletes and hundreds of college recruited high school athletes.
From a fitness standpoint, he
has assisted in training information for the Phoenix Fire Department
and Glendale Police Tactical Operations Unit.
has achieved success with clients of all ages and abilities.
ability to educate participants has allowed them to achieve the goals they set and enjoy their experience getting there.
has two children, Joey
and Ally, that are both involved in competitive sports.
time away from the gym, Joe
plays golf, Call of Duty and poker.