Introducing the CW Total Performance team

Meet the fitness experts that are here to help you achieve your goals

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Connor Whalen

Since before I can remember, I was the big kid. Weigh-ins for youth football bluntly suggested I was, too big to play with my friends. However, this negative connotation quickly reversed as reached high school. My size designated my position as an offensive lineman. This categorization based on size, carried through high school and I continued playing collegiate football at Hobart College. Suddenly, too big became not big enough. At the end of my freshman year, I was 270lbs and needed to gain more weight if I wanted remain competitive. I was encouraged by coaches to keep my weight up so that I would continue to perform at a high level. From years of experience as a competitive athlete, I had acquired a depth of knowledge about fitness. I began to question whether my physical form accurately represented my health values. Sure, I was big and strong, but I also felt slow, immobile, and unhealthy. I made the decision to stop playing football and pursue my passion in health. Over the course of four months I lost 80lbs. This lifestyle change has inspired me to pursue a career in helping others with their health and fitness goals.

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Jake Peters, CSCS

Jake Peters is from Franklin MA. Jake graduated from Springfield College with a degree in exercise science. Sports have always been a huge part of Jake’s life; playing nearly everything as a child and finding a love for football. Throughout Jake’s sports training, he found a passion for the weight room and coaching others. During his time at Springfield College, he has worked in different strength and conditioning faculties including; Williston prep, Holy Cross, and Arizona state university.

Cheryl Marie Marguerite, M.S., CSCS

Cheryl Marie has been working as a Certified Strength and Conditioning coach since 2019. After graduating with her B.S in Health Sciences from Quinnipiac in 2020 she went on to pursue her M.S in Exercise Physiology from Merrimack College, in 2021. While at Merrimack she completed her fellowship with stints at Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning and The College of the Holy Cross football, softball, baseball, and field hockey teams. Cheryl Marie most recently completed a stint in New York as the Associate Director of Sports Performance at RPM Baseball; training professional, collegiate, and high school level baseball players.