Founder & CEO of Consistency Breeds Growth
Yale University MS
Justin Romaire is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Consistency Breeds Growth (CBG). After playing 4 years of college baseball as a D1 middle relief pitcher he needed something to continue fueling his competitive spirit. He attended Yale University obtaining his MS in Organic Chemistry by synthesizing therapeutic small molecules for HIV-1 virus. This has allowed him to understand the intricate complexity of metabolic disease, and more specifically the mechanisms and complex molecules involving periodized nutrition, energy system training, and the neuroendocrine system. However, it wasn't until he began competing in the sport of CrossFit that he truly realized his educational background could be used to help athletes reach their physical and mental capabilities. Using his educational background as a platform, Justin began gathering a bunch of certifications no one care about. With Justin's experience as a nutrition coach for 5+ years he founded CBG and has been accumulating interactions and observable results with over 1000+ clients. This fuels his passion to make a diﬀerence within the performance and weight loss community.
Head Programming Coach
Fittest Man in La (2016, 2017)
4x Regional CrossFit athlete
aylor has been involved in sports his entire life and has always been drawn to strength and conditioning. He played four years of collegiate baseball at Loyola University where his love for fitness really took oﬀ. He also obtained my bachelor's degree in business management. Taylor became involved in CrossFit in 2011 and never looked back. He has had the privilege to make it to regionals as an individual athlete in 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017. In 2016 and 2017 he earned the title, "Fittest man in Louisiana." Taylor received his CrossFit Level 1 in September 2012 and went through a six month mentorship under one of the head coaches for OPEX, Mike McElroy. Taylor has also covered all of the courses by Training Think Tank which has added to his knowledge bank. Taylor has had many great coaches while being a CrossFit athlete which has allowed him to gain knowledge that he wants to share with other coaches and athletes. His desire is to help athletes reach their max potential and have some fun along the way!
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Rebecca Szymialowicz has been an avid athlete since a very young age being involved in sports such as gymnastics, swimming, tennis, and track. Her love of the human body, and challenging its every limits, inspired her to earn her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in order to fully appreciate the true functionality that each and every individual person is capable of. However, it wasn't until she graduated from college that she fell in love with the sport of CrossFit. Although her primary job of physical therapy is in the acute care setting, Rebecca continues to assist CBG with grasping a better understanding and evaluation of the sports performance athletes. Rebecca is dedicated to helping athletes who are returning from an injury, suﬀering from a current injury, or have an underlying movement limitation they may not be aware of. Rebecca's 7 years of education, 3 years of working experience, mixed with her experience as a CrossFit athlete gives CBG the scientific advantage in truly understanding how the human body can be tested in a safe, controlled environment.
Sports Nutrition Coach
Syracuse University MS
Justyna has been both an athlete and science lover since she was a kid. She was always drawn to how the environment aﬀects our bodies' physiology at a molecular level. As time progressed, that desire led to an interest in how our DNA interact with the environment, physiology, and the foods that we consume. This led Justyna to pursue a bachelor's in biology at Arcadia University and a MS in molecular nutrition sciences at Syracuse University. While at Syracuse, she was the lead investigator and author on a research project that examined the molecular associations between endocrine-disrupting environmental toxicant levels, diet quality, and the risk/progression of hormonal cancers. Her research found that high intake of environmental toxicants and low diet quality, have the potential to alter DNA methylation patterns, gene expression patterns, and inflammatory responses resulting in increased risk to breast cancer. With 6 years of research and education experience, Justyna is able to understand and use genetic blueprints to increase athletic performance, diet and life quality for our CBG clients and athletes!
Programming and Gymnastics Coach
Masters of Social Work
Brittany has been an athlete since the age of 7, reaching a high level of gymnastics training at age 12. As a high school and collegiate track athlete, Brittany continued her athletic career and eventually found CrossFit in 2013. She earned her CF-L1 in 2014 and has coached CrossFit athletes for over 5 years including assistant head coach positions. She’s been in the fitness industry full-time for the last 3 years after leaving a 5 year professional career as a MSW (Masters of Social Work). She seeks to combine her education of human relationships, psychology, and socialization to her work as a trainer educating and guiding her clients and athletes as they pursue their goals. As a two-year CBG athlete and elite CrossFit athlete herself, Brittany uses her own experience as a way to inform her work with clients’ who are pursuing both competitive and noncompetitive goals. Brittany strongly believes in the value of the coach-athlete relationship and the importance of individualized programming as they pertain to the client/athlete’s success. Specializing in gymnastics skill, strength, mobility and endurance, she’s taught several gymnastics clinics and headed gymnastics programs at gyms throughout CT and NY as well as programs gymnastics remotely for clients throughout the US.