Founding Member of Men's Health Fitness Council. Personal Training and Nutrition Consulting. Personal Trainer in Summit, Chatham, Madison.
Darren DiGiacomo is one of New Jersey's most respected Personal Trainers. He began training clients at Rutgers University in the early 90's after realizing he could really make a positive difference in people's lives.. After college he ran a cutting edge nutrition and training program for Gold's Gym. By the late 90's, Darren had become the Nutritionist and Head Personal Trainer for New Jersey's most prestigious Personal Training Studio at the time where he created and ran a highly successful 12 week nutrition program. He also hired and trained the personal training staff and ran monthly continuing education programs and meetings for the trainers.
In 2000, he started his own Personal Training company training people in their homes and at select gyms in Millburn, Florham Park, Berkeley Heights and Whippany.
Now in 2011, Darren has taken all his experience and success and started HEALTHY BODIES, NJ's Premier Personal Training and Nutrition Studio in Summit NJ. Unlike most other personal training studios, Darren has spared no expense equipping his studio with the highest quality commercial gym equipment.
Working in the Summit and Short Hills area over the past 14 years, Darren has been improving the lives of many dedicated local residents. He is selective about the clients he accepts into his training program. He admits that the client is responsible for achieving the results, and that it takes some degree of discipline and determination. But Darren's specialized techniques make his workouts highly effective while softening the blow by making workouts fun, challenging, and increasing one's energy levels instead of wiping them out.
Darren majored in Nutrition at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and holds a Master's degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Personal Trainer by the National Strength and Conditioining Association (NSCA).