Brooke Marrone, President & Founder of Brooke Marrone Fitness, launched her highly regarded private training studio in 2008. Training everyone from top executives to doctors, mothers to celebrities, Brooke is one of the most sought-after personal trainers in New York City, currently entertaining thousands of social media fans and an extensive client waitlist. Brooke Marrone has created a training method that Vogue stated can, “cure gym junkies of treadmill addiction.”
Brooke is best known for developing unconventional fitness programs that are tailored to individuals’ lifestyles, preferences and physical limitations. With a background in Personal Training, Pilates, Boxing and Group Fitness, Brooke creates a cross-training experience unlike any other. She offers her clients a diversified exercise roster that continuously challenges the body while keeping them engaged.
Brooke Marrone has an extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal health and injury prevention. She collaborates with New York City’s top physical therapists to develop sustainable, systematic approaches that allow her to train clients recovering from injuries that would otherwise impede the ability for exercise. Brooke also “understands how to keep clients from injuring themselves while encouraging them to do more than they ever thought possible,” Dr. Yarberry Allen.
Through her long established personal network of noteworthy health professionals, Brooke sees to the expert care of her clients’ wellness needs. From acupuncture, nutrition, physician, and physical therapy recommendations Brooke’s clients are guaranteed to achieve their health and wellness goals.
Brooke Marrone was an NCAA Division 1 athlete and holds certifications in Personal Training, Pilates and Group Fitness. She has contributed fitness content to magazines including Self, Shape, Real Simple, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire. Brooke has also been featured as a fitness expert on NBC’s Good Day New York, CBS 3, The Better Show, Mom Talk Radio, Oprah.com, Vogue.com, Huffingtonpost.com, FoxNews.com and NewYorkMagazine.com among others.