I never would have been able to do it without Adalberto!

“I moved to Providence a year and a half ago with a box of books, a pair of beat up running shoes and ambitions of running the Boston Marathon. After pounding the pavement of Blackstone Boulevard for a few months in solitary training, I met Adalberto. In no time I learned that true training isn’t just about you. It’s about the people around you too. And one of the most important is your trainer. Adalberto taught me to stretch properly, taught my core muscles what pain really was and gave me the mental focus to achieve my goals.

This past April I rose above my station as a book-bound academic curator and ran the Boston Marathon logging my best run ever and a new personal best. I never would have been able to do it without Adalberto. A friend, a colleague, a comrade and a competitor – time with Adalberto is time well spent, and even when your muscles ache and your sweat stings, he’ll be right by you helping you unlock that extra bit of strength and endurance inside you.”

Ian Alden Russell, Curator at Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery, Fellow in Urban Cultural Heritage & Creative Practice at Brown University


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