Why Semi-Private Training
*all semi-private training includes unlimited training sessions per week
Prior to joining MSI, Rob held the position as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at Cabrini College in Radnor, PA. His main responsibilities at Cabrini were working with the men’s lacrosse team, a nationally ranked program for DIII Lacrosse. In addition to his work at Cabrini, Rob recently completed an internship at Cressey Sports Performance in Hudson, MA; one of the top sports performance facilities in North America.
Kiana is a 2019 graduate from West Chester University with a B.S. in Exercise Science. She Interned at MSI as a Sports Performance Coach in the spring of 2019. Kiana was a nationally ranked swimmer in high school and continued in her early years at West Chester. After graduation, she moved onto becoming a high school swim coach at Marlboro High School in New Jersey. Kiana has previous experiences as a personal trainer and sports performance coach for middle and high school students. Kiana uses her experiences as a Body Positivity Mentor in college to branch into the corporate aspect by giving semi regular seminars at Vonage about exercise education and information. She has certifications in Water Safety Instructing, CPR and Lifeguard AED/First AID and is currently working towards her NSCA CSCS certification. Kiana is eager to learn and is excited for the guidance she can offer athletes towards their performance goals.
Corey is a 2019 graduate of Dickinson College where he obtained a B.S in Biology and was a four-year member of the men’s lacrosse team. During his time in undergrad, Corey conducted research focusing on determining the physiological and metabolic demands of collegiate lacrosse. Corey recently served as a sports performance intern under Rob Rabena at MSI, and he also worked as a physical therapy intern under Jon Herting at The Training Room of Garnet Valley. He continues to work as a physical therapy aide at Movement Professional under Chris Leib. Corey hopes to attend graduate school for physical therapy and is studying to gain his CSCS.
Laura Slavich is a graduate student at West Chester University studying Exercise and Human Performance concentrating in Sport Psychology. The focus of her research is investigating the extent to which student athletes at the Division ll collegiate level report on perceived stress and internal locus of control. In addition to being a full-time student, Laura is working in the Health Sciences Department as a Graduate Assistant, Community Engagement Scholar, and Co-Chair of the Northeast Applied Sport Psychology Conference 2019-2020. Laura completed her Bachelor of Sciences, Exercise Science: Pre-Physical Therapy at West Chester in 2018. Along with her accomplishments as an student, Laura was a 4 year athlete and captain at West Chester for Women’s XC/ Track and Field. Laura also interned for Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Cory Walts at Haverford College. Laura has her CPR, AED/First Aid Certifications as well her CITI Certification. She also has her NSCA CSCS and Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) under the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) pending soon.
Cat is a recent graduate of The University of Tampa where she earned her Master’s degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science. While attending graduate school, she worked two seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates as a Sports Nutritionist. During Spring Training, she worked with all levels in the Pirates organization, and during the regular season she was the nutritionist for their High A affiliate, the Bradenton Marauders.