Todd graduated from Daemen College in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. He began his career at Rochester General Hospital, working in both inpatient and outpatient orthopedics.
Todd transitioned to outpatient private practice with an emphasis on sports rehabilitation and sports conditioning in 2000. He obtained a Masters of Science in Exercise Science, Sports Performance, and Injury Prevention in 2004 from National Academy of Sports Medicine and California University of Pennsylvania. He worked as Director of Powercore Athletics for 6 years before opening PCX Sports Performance and Procare Physical Therapy in May 2011. He holds a certification from National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), as well as an advanced specialization from the National Academy of Sports Medicine - Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES).
Todd oversees all training protocols and is actively involved in the training of each athlete at PCX Sports Performance. He is also clinic director of Procare Physical Therapy. Todd has completed 2 Tough Mudder challenges.
Jon graduated from Mcquaid Jesuit High School in 2002 and St. Bonaventure University in 2007 with a Masters in Business Administration. After working in the business world for 3 years, Jon worked at Powercore Athletics with Todd for a year and a half before joining him in opening PCX Sports Performance.
Jon played baseball and basketball for Mcquaid. He won a sectional title in basketball in 2002 and also two more in baseball in 2001 and 2002. He was Section V tournament MVP in 2002, also earning 3rd team all-state honors that year. Jon went on to play baseball at St. Bonaventure for 2 years before a knee injury plagued his career.
Jon holds a certification from FiTOUR® as a personal trainer and has been certified as a Functional Strength Coach. In addition to PCX he also teaches Physical Education at Nativity Preparatory Academy, is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at McQuaid Jesuit High School, and is the Strength Coach for St. John Fisher baseball as well as Men's and Women's volleyball at Nazareth College.
Chris graduated from Webster Thomas high school in 2013 and Alfred University in 2017 with a masters in athletic training and a minor in sports management.
While at Alfred Chris worked with the athletic training team for different sports teams. Chris played lacrosse for four years and ran indoor track for two at Webster Thomas. While at Alfred Chris played lacrosse all four years. He earned Empire 8 2nd team All-Conference honors.
CJ was born in Binghamton, NY and grew up in Owego, NY. CJ ran Indoor track, played football and was all-state in baseball his senior year. Being a 3-sport athlete in high school, he wanted to continue his athletic career.
After graduating high school from Owego Free Academy in 2015, he attended SUNY Brockport where he played four years of football for the Golden Eagles. His Junior year, the team went to the Final Four and his Senior year, they were ranked 3rd in the country for Division 3.
CJ recently graduated from Brockport in the Spring of 2019 with an Exercise Science degree and minor in biology. He completed a four-month long internship with the University of Rochester, specifically with their Athletic Performance Team prior to graduation. CJ is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA.
Mackenzie found yoga while living in New York City. Combining a love of music and movement, Vinyasa flow has become a passion of hers. At first, yoga was another work out routine she incorporated into her routine, but her mat quickly became her space away from the of the city. From there it grew into a lifestyle.
Mackenzie left the city and her corporate job to follow her dream of inspiring others through the teachings of yoga. She received her 200 RYT certification while spending a month in Bali, Indonesia. She worked along side of students and teachers from all over the world. Mackenzie is certified in Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative yoga practices, as well as leading meditation and Yoga Nidra.
Yoga is a constant source of inspiration and guidance in Mackenzie's life and she is excited to share this practice with the PCX community.