Roger has been a pioneer in weight training for decades. He was college football’s first strength and conditioning coach (Penn State 1964-1965) and the man who introduced the Nautilus Training and Equipment System to Philadelphia in 1976. From 1976 to 2015, he was the owner and operator of Main Line Health and Fitness, recognized by Men’s Health as the finest workout in the United States. Roger was also named by the magazine as one of the top personal trainers in the U.S.

Roger trained both the USA Women’s Olympic swimming and field hockey teams. He also trained Mike Mentor for the 1978 Mr. Universe and the 1980 Mr. Olympia Competitions, and served as the head judge of the International Federation of Bodybuilders, Professional Division, from 1978-1982.

A nationally recognized leader in the prevention and rehabilitation of sports related injuries, Roger has conducted important research into the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries of the soft tissues of the lumbar and cervical spine. He is also the author of over 100 articles in national publication son strength training and bodybuilding, and published the acclaimed book, “Strength of a Woman,” in 1997. He was inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame for Excellence in Sports/Medicine in 2008.

In 2012, Roger introduced X-Force “negative accentuated” exercise in the U.S. He is currently the owner-operator of X-Force Philadelphia, and is lecturer and featured speaker on the benefits of “eccentric” training in stimulating a systemic physiological effect.


Adam Zickerman is the founder of InForm Fitness Studios and author of the New York Times BestsellerPower of 10: The Once-A-Week Slow Motion Fitness Revolution upon  which the company program and philosophy is based. Having started his first studio in a 300 square foot basement in 1997, Adam now spends his time researching, writing, and supporting five InForm  locations all while remaining active as a personal trainer.

Together with InForm General Manager and head instructor, Mike Rogers, Adam co-hosts The InForm Fitness Podcast – discussing the latest findings in the area of exercise, nutrition and recovery with leading experts and scientists. 

Adam holds an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Binghamton University, and was certified in 1995 as a personal trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

He also studied under Ken Hutchins, the architect of slow-cadence strength training, for his level 1, 2 and Master SuperSlow® certifications.


Kirei Yasunori’s mission is building strong, healthy bodies.

She has dedicated a 40-year career to helping people become fit and confident. Starting as a teenager teaching canoeing and skiing, she taught dance aerobics during the 80’s (yes, wearing leg warmers). Kirei co-owned and operated one of Canada’s largest Karate schools for over 20 years, coaching, competing and training 1000’s of students. She graded over 100 black belts during her tenure. She has also taught Yoga and currently offers Qi Gong classes.

She opened Evolved Health, her boutique strength training business, in November 2013 in Calgary, Canada. Kirei and her daughter, Alanna Driscoll, operate the now 3 locations as a family business.

As a conscious businesswoman, Kirei’s drive is to provide an exceptional service experience to the almost 400 Evolved Health clients and create a stellar working environment for her team. Kirei has fostered a unique and powerful company culture based on clear core values that inform all decisions, guide team behaviors and create a shared vision. Her team is a tight-knit family that relates to one another with honesty even when its tough, embraces growth and learning, and supports the mission of Evolved Health with every client they train.