Paul Sestilio – GetF.I.T. Owner
Paul started training at a young age for weight loss and sports performance purposes. After lettering in Golf all four years of highschool, Paul went to Florida State University with the intention of becoming a Physical Therapist. He interned with a Physical Therapist his freshman year and quickly realized that was not what he wanted. Paul decided to pursue Athletic Training full time. He worked for various corporate style gyms such as LA Fitness, , Bally’s and Lifestyle until he outgrew the traditional training methods and realize the need for a corrective and individual approach that was missing from the cookie cutter workout programs. Paul spent the next 4 years obtaining specialized training and devoting his life to helping his clients move better, feel better and perform better. Paul firmly believes in training for functionality, helping his clients be able to integrate their training into their game and lifestyle.
Kristin Wrinkle – GetF.I.T. Training Director
Kristin was an athlete her whole young adult life but once she reached college, she found it difficult physically and mentally to maintain the athletic training approach. Much like Paul, Kristin was drawn to fitness early in life and began working for a corporate gym while attending college. She began as a fitness consultant but progressed to a Personal Trainer and ultimately a Training Director. Kristin competed and placed in the 2014 Europa Classic NPC Bikini Competition in Orlando FL. Through that journey, Kristin obtained critical insight into her own health and fitness that inspired her to not only retire from bodybuilding and practice a more holistic, lifestyle but become a corrective exercise specialist. Since then she has obtained a CPT and CES through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a 300 Hour RYT Certification, at the world renowned Asheville Yoga Center and is actively pursuing her FMS level 1 & 2 Certifications. Kristin brings a unique approach to her sessions through her in-depth understanding of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of well-being.