Who's This Guy?

Hi! I'm Mike Sirani. I'm the Co-Owner of Capital District Sport and Fitness in Round Lake, NY. I'm a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Licensed Massage Therapist. I work with real people everyday and help them Move, Feel, Look, and Perform better.  

What began as a love for being able to wear cut-offs, listen to Lil Wayne, and lift weights with some buddies in the high school gym has turned into a passion for helping others learn how to create exercise programs that will allow them to:

  • Train Consistently
  • Get Stronger
  • Lose Fat
  • Gain Muscle 
  • Stay Healthy and

Still have time for what matters in life, like spending time with Family, going out with Friends, and watching Netflix.

Prior to co-founding Capital District Sport and Fitness, Mike graduated from one of the nation’s best exercise science programs at Springfield College, and graduated from the Cortiva Institute in Boston for massage therapy shortly after.

He interned at Conca Sport and Fitness, one of Western Massachusetts’ top training facilities, and the nation’s best baseball strength and conditioning facility, Cressey Sports Performance. He is a certified strength and conditioning coach through the NSCA and has completed extensive continuing education in manual therapy, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), Postural Restoration Institute (PRI), Functional Movement Screen (FMS), is a BioForce Certified Conditioning Coach, and is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute, the world's most highly regarded golf fitness certification.

Mike has coached athletes in the MLB and MLS and is a New England RPS Record Holder in the squat, bench press, and deadlift (3x bodyweight deadlift). He played collegiate baseball at Springfield College and is an avid golfer. When not doing any of the above, Mike enjoys binging on good television shows and spending time with his wife. 

If you have any questions please don't hesitate reaching out via email to mdsirani@gmail.com

-Mike

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