We are an advanced programmed facility.

Millions of people every year are affected by stroke, heart attack, hypertension, osteoporosis, mobility-related injury and illness. A number of different factors, including longer life spans and the obesity epidemic, have also led to a much higher incidence of people with multiple health conditions. While our health challenges as a population have become more complex, our desire to live full, rewarding lives has remained unchanged. There are hip-replacement patients who want to run again, Type 2 diabetics who rely on medication to regulate their blood sugar levels, and people with chronic low-back pain who don’t want to live in constant discomfort.

That’s where certified Advanced Health and Fitness and Certified Medical Exercise Specialists come in. They have the expertise to work with clients who have multiple health issues, and develop post-rehabilitative fitness programming for people recovering from cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and musculoskeletal issues. They can identify imbalances that cause postural, movement, balance and other related issues, and implement exercise programs that train the body to overcome, and in some cases, prevent them from occurring. 
We also employ Health Coaching.
We can help those struggling with obstacles that have kept them from eating better, moving more, and making their health a priority. We can also help those struggling to adopt the lifestyles they need to fend off preventable disease, live longer and spend less on health care. People are living in a vicious cycle of temporary change fueled by quick-fix solutions, and as a result, many of their achievements are short lived. A certified Health Coach, lie the ones at FitTec, can help people end that vicious cycle. These professionals have the behavior change and nutrition coaching skills they needed to empower people to long-term healthy change.
From ACE Website

Chris Morin MS, M.Ed. AHFS, CMES, CHC, XPS
MS Masters of Science degree in Kinesiology University of Massachusetts
MEd Masters of Education degree in Health & Fitness Springfield College
AHFS Certified Advanced Health & Fitness Specialist (ACE)
CMES Certified Medical Exercise Specialist (ACE)
CHFS Certified Health Coach (ACE)
XPS Exos Performance Specialist

What are all these certifications?
Advanced Health Fitness Specialists (AHFS) are fitness professional who design and implement personalized exercise and fitness plans for individuals looking to improve their overall fitness levels and physical conditioning. They will perform a battery of tests to measure their clients’ aerobic capacity, strength, flexibility and mobility and subsequently offer a personalized exercise regimen that will help clients improve their physical fitness levels. 
Certified Medical Exercise Specialist (CMES) hold valuable expertise in creating programs for post-rehabilitative clients recovering from cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and musculoskeletal conditions; identifying postural imbalances; and implementing programs that train the body to overcome, and in many instances, prevent conditions from occurring.
A certified Health Coach performs Health coaching, also referred to as wellness coaching, which is a process that facilitates healthy, sustainable behavior change by challenging a client to develop their inner wisdom, identify their values, and transform their goals into action. Health coaching draws on the principles from nutritional sciences, positive psychology and appreciative inquiry, and the practices of motivational interviewing and goal setting. The terms "health coaching" and "wellness coaching" are used interchangeably. from wiki and ace fitness
EXOS Performance Specialist is an elite certification for those working with athletes on all matters of performance. EXOS’ performance specialists have trained some of the top athletes in the world, including the NFL’s No. 1 overall draft picks and the World Cup Champion Soccer players.