Adam, a New England native with a passion for sports, athletics, and leading by example in living a happy and healthy life, couldn’t see a future in any other industry than health and fitness. His background gave him the experience but his heart and caring nature gave him the drive to put others first and do his part in making a massive, positive impact in the world.
In 2007 he graduated from Westfield State College, in Westfield, Massachusetts, with a Bachelor of Science in Movement Science. His primary study was physical education until his last semester in which he pursued a career in the fitness field. In that year alone, he gained extensive working knowledge during countless hours helping weight loss, college and high school athletes, in addition to some minor physical rehabilitation.
To further his career and extend his knowledge, Adam attended countless NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) chapter meetings in New England. He lifted with Team Connecticut’s Olympic weight lifting coach Gary Valentine. Following this he began to volunteer at a Boston area’s sports performance center where he was allowed the opportunity to work with professional soccer players, NCAA division I football, soccer, and rowing athletes, and all-around Boston-area athletes.
Adam is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and has attended and passed the pre-Russian Kettlebell certification classes.
In his journey, Adam always craved more. He wanted more. To help more. To give back more. To help shape more people’s lives. To go after a bigger challenge, a bigger dream, a bigger goal.
He soon realized his newest and exciting obstacle would be in Southern California where he currently resides and his business, Wright Way Fitness thrives. With passion and heart, Wright Way Fitness was created to help people of all walks of life achieve their wellness goals through movement. It is here that Adam and his wife, Becky are allowed the unique opportunity to live out their purpose and encourage people of every health and fitness level to work towards being their absolute best, and view and achieve fitness the “Wright Way.”
Adam believes the WWF personality and community is engineered in how he and his team speak to clients and prospects, and is even seen and felt while teaching classes. Everyone involved knows how the Wright Way Fitness team cares from the smallest hands-on correction to a warm and genuine text about their day.
In his journey, Adam has truly worked his way from the bottom up; from working the front desk, volunteering and working as an assistant; to being a lead coach and designing, creating and implementing programs; to being a fitness coach and leading independent boot camps, always grinding to create high energy programs where fitness is viewed as fun and not just functional… where he created something incredible, unique and special literally out of nothing; to now being a business owner where he’s allowed to live out his purpose every single day with his wife and business partner within the 4 walls of Wright Way Fitness. Adam lives each day with passion and heart that is the true driving force behind everything he does and has his hand in.
Becky Wright brings over 7 years of experience in wellness and nutrition know-how to Wright Way Fitness. Over the past several years, Becky has overseen patients in a functional medicine practice looking to lose weight, decrease their risk of disease and improve performance. Becky is well versed in all aspects of diet, nutrition and and everyday health, and she is devoted to continually building knowledge in these areas.
She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has a B.A. in Psychology. She is also a certified Lifestyle Educator. She is married to her very own “Mr. Wright” (AKA Adam) and is a native of Massachusetts.
Adam and Becky welcomed their first child, Harper Joy, into the world in 2015. Becoming a mother has motivated her to lead by example for her daughter and to continue to lead an active and healthy lifestyle.
Since 2013, Keoni has transitioned from a fitness enthusiast to a fitness professional. His inspiration began as a client with Adam, which resulted in the enthusiasm to excel in the health and fitness industry. He is currently a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength & Conditioning Association and a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
While attending Trabuco Hills High School—Class of 2012—in Mission Viejo, California, Keoni played baseball (1st base/Pitcher) and football (Receiver/Safety). Sports and other active hobbies have been a significant part of his life and have continually played a key role towards his passion for strength and conditioning. While working alongside Adam, Keoni has spent a considerable amount of time training high school and college athletes from a variety of sports—football, baseball, softball, lacrosse, volleyball, soccer, and swim. The individual demands for each sport is what encourages his determination in developing a beneficial program for every athlete.
Keoni is currently a senior at Cal State Fullerton studying Kinesiology, and he will continue to pursue his Master’s Degree the following year in Kinesiology with an emphasis in biomechanics.
Sarah Steiner, NASM
Monique has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the University of Maryland. She is a mother of three and has always made fitness an important part of her life. In her youth she was an avid swimmer and participated in many different sports. As an adult Monique has experience boxing, swimming, weight training, suspension training and using kettle bells, to name a few. She also boasts over seven years’ experience in the health and wellness industry. It is her passion to help others become healthy, fit and strong and to supersede their fitness goals.
Cyndi Mowrey, ACE