Janine McCarthy


Janine earned her Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania and her Master’s Degree in Adapted Physical Activity from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.

She specializes in working with people who have either short term or long term disabilities, rehabilitative exercises, athletic training geared towards clients looking to prevent future injuries, and also improve their athletic performance.

She interned at Riekes Center for Human Enhancement in California where she worked with a wide range of athletes, including young adults, Paralympians, and Veterans. Janine currently holds her Certified Adaptive Recreation and Sports Specialist Level 1, Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist through NASM, and is an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor.

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Worcester Fitness Flyers and YWCA Successfully Raise Funds for Pool Starting Blocks

The Worcester Fitness Flyers organized a swim-a-thon challenge in October 2022 at the YWCA facility, their current practice location. The goal was to raise funds for purchasing starting blocks for the YWCA pool. The challenge attracted 16 swimmers aged 7-15, who solicited donations to reach their goal. They successfully raised enough money for one starting block, with additional funds contributed by Worcester Fitness. In total, five starting blocks were purchased, and Worcester Fitness covered the installation costs with a generous contribution of $20,000.


Abdominal training, also known as core training, refers to exercises that specifically target the muscles in the abdominal region. While many people associate abdominal training with aesthetic goals like getting a flat stomach or six-pack abs, there are several other benefits to incorporating abdominal exercises into your fitness routine. Here are some of the key advantages.

Worcester Fitness After Hours Fun Run!

We are donating all proceeds to Worcester’s Planting the Seed Foundation in support of their mission to help needy families in and around Worcester County. Planting the Seed provides financial and material resources to several major non-profit agencies in our area.