Meet the Team
We work very closely as a team, so you’ll eventually meet and work with us at some point while you are working out. We meet constantly to discuss how to help our members, so you will always be in good hands from our coaches to our customer service team.
Greg Carbone - Owner
Sean English – Head of Program Design, Fitness Coach
Sean became interested in strength training out of necessity as an undersized freshman who wanted to play varsity football. Through training, he was able to work his way up to a starter on defense as a junior and a captain his senior year. His interest in fitness developed throughout college both during and after his two years playing football and really became serious after graduation while living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. Not knowing many people during his first year in the south he joined a local gym and dedicated himself to working out daily and living a healthy lifestyle. After working in healthcare for four years, Sean decided to pursue a career in something he has a true passion for and started looking into becoming a fitness coach. He was introduced to Carbone through his mother who is a member, and after participating in group classes for a few weeks he was fortunate enough to land an internship. He loves the fun atmosphere of the gym, the challenging workouts, the sense of community and sharing with members the goal of improving fitness and overall health.
Fun Facts: Sean has three younger sisters who all participated in different sports at the collegiate level; he likes to think he played a small role in that.
When not at the gym you can find Sean watching sports or playing slow pitch softball.
Geoff Briscione – Fitness Coach, Program Design
Geoff started at Carbone by completing two internships with us in the summer of 2015 and the winter of 2016, and officially became a coach when he returned after graduating from the University of Delaware in the Spring of 2016.
Geoff’s fitness journey started in middle school solely as a means to become a better soccer player. However, after he felt himself getting stronger and quicker he begin to take exercising more seriously and realized the positive impact exercise can have on the body. Through the years Geoff become more and more interested in exercise and continued to exercise throughout high school as more of a hobby than anything else and once he stopped playing soccer, he continued to exercise as a way to stay in shape.
However, it was only after Geoff herniated a disk in his back his freshman year of college and had to take over a year off of exercising to recover did he truly realize how much exercise meant to him and also realize just how much of an impact exercise can have on a person’s life. Ever since, Geoff found a newfound appreciating of exercise and hopes he can bring out this appreciation in others all while helping them accomplish their fitness goals.