Paul Virtue is a life-long athlete who understands the challenge, the pain and the dream. As a personal trainer, he is able to give his clients the benefit of his experience. He turns a deaf ear to excuses and facilitates remarkable transformations. Paul believes in the power of the individual to achieve the incredible. He recognizes the satisfaction that comes from this self-mastery of mind and body. And he knows the rewards are well worth pursuing- especially if you are having fun along the way.
Paul Virtue is one of the most respected fitness professionals in the tri-state area. He has trained, managed, staffed, designed and developed programs for the top fitness clubs in New York City. He has appeared on ABC's Good Morning America, Fox 5 Morning News, CBS's Early Show and in publications including Sports Fitness for Women, Esquire, P.O.V, Natural Body Building, the New York Post and New York Daily News; served as spokesperson and special events MC for the Kellogg's Company; and was Will Smith's personal trainer on the motion picture "Enemy of the State."
Paul has competed both nationally and internationally in track and field, martial arts and natural bodybuilding, and in 1996 he competed at the United States Olympics Team bobsled trials. He holds the rank of second-degree black belt from the World Seido Karate Organization, and at the age of 45 earned his black belt in Kodokan Judo in a record 3 years.