As a former collegiate baseball player, Paul Lee has carried over his love for playing sports into a passion for coaching and instructing all levels of fitness regardless of ability or background. Paul designs personal training programs to adults and athletes with a specialization in post injury rehabilitation, working with those new to exercise and sport specific training for baseball/softball (including throwing mechanics, hitting lessons and swing analysis), basketball and soccer.
Paul was a Physical Therapist Assistant from 1999-2010 and worked at some of the best orthopedic outpatient clinics in the area such as South County PT, Physical Therapy Innovations and Worcester Physical Therapy. His experience gained in the PT field allows him to have an in-depth understanding of the biomechanics and movement patterns of the body and he is able to use this to help clients exercise in a pain free environment and maximize their potential.
He began training collegiate athletes in 2001 and ran The Elite Athlete Training Camp from 2001-2007. His clients have gone on to notable athletic programs such as Bryant College, Boston College, Long Island University, University of Connecticut, Quinnapiac University, University of Delaware, University of New Hampshire, Keene State College, St. Anselm College, Assumption College, Worcester State University, WPI, Stonehill College, Springfield College and Clark University.
From 2003-2007 Paul worked with the Clark University Women’s basketball program and designed their strength and conditioning programs. In those years, Clark had 1 NCAA tournament appearance, 1 Conference Championship, 2 Conference finals appearances and 2 Conference POY winners.
In 2008, Paul opened Peak Fitness Workouts and started offering boot camps with an emphasis on form and technique taken from the PT world and applied it to functional fitness. In 2015, Peak Fitness Workouts rebranded as Peak Fitness Performance Training and expanded its offerings to include strength training, kettlebell, core and flexibility classes as well as team athletic performance training. In 2021, Paul moved his training program to Worcester Fitness and became the clubs Performance and Health Director.
Paul is an avid golfer and still plays in a competitive wood bat baseball league in his spare time. He especially enjoys golfing with his wife Carolyn and passing on their passion for sports and fitness to their daughter Lizzie.