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Sam Amado

Founder and Head Trainer


When he was 18, Sam began training as a professional wrestler at Kowalski's Wrestling School in metro-Boston (2003), the start of a career that would see him traveling across and beyond the United States. 

As a participant in ABC's "Fat March" (2007), Sam was among six team members to complete the 575 mile trip, on foot, from Boston to Washington DC, losing 85 pounds.  

Since then, Sam has earned credentials as a Licensed Massage Therapist (2007), been certified by the National Association of Sports Medicine Personal Trainers (2008), and spent time on the competitive body building circuit (Body Transformation, 2017).


In 2010, Sam was licensed as an American Red Cross CPR instructor, and founded Save Life Boston.

In recent years, Sam has expanded his command of Portuguese, allowing him to talk with more of his neighbors while expanding his circle of friends.  

In addition to continuing his own journey, Sam has been focused on helping other people become healthier and live better lives.   


Sam uses a 20 year background in fitness to map the best path for his clients to achieve their fitness goals, including both one-on-one and group training.  He enjoys helping people of all backgrounds and ability levels become healthier.



For Sam, being healthier means having more time to enjoy life as a husband and father.  He lives in metro Boston with his family, and is always looking for new adventures.