I am a physical therapist and strongly recommended Nick to move you to the next level.” - Stacey R. client since 2015
Nick with his wife Natalie, son Weston and daughter Vera. 

Nick with his wife Natalie, son Weston and daughter Vera. 

Team Snatch Off Fundraiser! Using strength to help feed those in need.   

Team Snatch Off Fundraiser! Using strength to help feed those in need. 

 

 

Nick Lynch

Founder and owner of Superb Health Milwaukee

Senior RKC Instructor

MSOE Strength Coach

Nick is a husband, father, brother and son. He has been a lifelong athlete, going so far as to play semi-professional hockey in Massachusetts. Nick began his strength training career as a trainer in 2001 working with athletes, weight loss, injury rehabilitation and general population under the guidance of a local Vermont legend for natural bodybuilding and strength training.

He received his personal training credentials from the International Sports Sciences Association in Vermont in 2001. Taking specific interest in athletes, Nick earned his Specialist in Sports Conditioning in Milwaukee in 2006. Additional certifications include RKC-1 and 2, PCC and of course, CPR. 

Nick is now a top-rated Milwaukee based personal trainer and is a strength and conditioning coach for Milwaukee School of Engineering. He owns an exercise and wellness studio, Superb Health Milwaukee. 

Titles

Founder and Owner of Superb Health

Senior RKC

RKC-1 and 2 (Russian Kettlebell Certified)

PCC (Progressive Calisthenics Certified)

ISSA Personal Trainer and Specialist in Sports Conditioning (International Sports Science Association)

MSOE University Strength Coach


Reviews

Please read from the extensive list of reviews written by actual clients of Nick's HERE

Featured In: 

Ossogoodbones.com

Referee Magazine

Journal Sentinel

Shepherd Express

Onmilwaukee.com

Dragondoor.com

Milwaukee Magazine

Bayview Compass

Workingmanfitness.com

Davedraper.com


Karen and Beardy at Wildcat Mountain State Park on the Kickapoo River in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin, USA.

Karen and Beardy at Wildcat Mountain State Park on the Kickapoo River in the Driftless Area of Wisconsin, USA.

Karen and Michel practicing posture drills to maximize results in all aspects of daily life.

Karen and Michel practicing posture drills to maximize results in all aspects of daily life.

Karen Gasparick

Group Fitness Instructor + Personal Trainer

RKC Instructor

Artist

Karen came to Superb Health in 2014 and at age 40, she lost 130 pounds and found wellness by living the life of a fully immersed student of the Superb Health program.

Through consistent practice, Karen has achieved superior results, and earned RKC and HKC Kettlebell certifications all while advancing a full time design career in a professional corporate culture.

Karen has worked for over 20 years in the design industry, and now brings her non-traditional, proven wellness process to Superb Health.  

Karen’s coaching expertise is teaching strength and “de-stressing skills" to use in real-life, high-pressure environments while providing results-oriented training - efficiently.

·      Strength & Conditioning (indoors or outdoors 12 months/year)

·      Time-saver “mini-sessions”

·      Meal prep & time management in the kitchen 

Corporate events

·      Lunch + Learn

·      Monthly Challenges with instruction

·      Posture Check-in

·      Goal Setting

·      Stress Management

·      Team Building & Brainstorming

Karen is married to her husband, James “Beardy” Gasparick and they live in the Bayview neighborhood of Milwaukee with their two house rabbits.  Karen and Beardy enjoy outdoor activities including camping, biking, kayaking and snowshoeing.  

 Titles

HKC (Hardstyle Kettlebell Certified)

RKC-1 (Russian Kettlebell Certification)

BFA - The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design

MS- Milwaukee School of Engineering

Featured Articles:

Dragondoor.com

https://rkcblog.dragondoor.com/the-power-of-one-year/

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: 

https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/health/breathe/2018/01/08/get-up-walk-around-take-stairs-even-little-changes-can-turn-around-sedentary-lifestyles/989856001/

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