About Coach Steve

“Coach Steve” has been helping clients Feel Great since 1984. With his combined background in psychology, education, and coach training; Steve is uniquely qualified as a speaker, motivator, and life coach. In 1999, he created ExerSyk Personal Training through which he was able to help people achieve and maintain healthy eating and exercise habits as well as a healthy body image. Steve founded Feel Great Coaching in 2006, the same year he began teaching as an adjunct professor at West Chester University. In this position, he has taught classes such as Positive Psychology; Exercise Psychology; Intro to Psychology; Sport, Culture, and Society; Intro to Exercise Science; Fitness & Wellness; and Lifetime Fitness Concepts. Steve has also published several articles in various publications along with hosting his own radio show; The Feel Great Cafe.


Read my latest article on "Living the Good Life" (published August 2013 in County Lines magazine).

Coach Steve: "My goal is to help as many people as possible to live a happier and more meaningful life! I take your well-being personally and treat every person as if they are my only client. You deserve to be happy! You deserve to live a meaningful life! You deserve to live the best life possible! If you give me the opportunity to work with you, you can achieve these goals. Do yourself a favor and join the project. Be a part of "The Happidemic"! Don't get left behind."





2006: Mentor Coach; Life Coach Training


2005: West Chester University of PA; M.A. in Psychology


1998: Temple University; M.Ed. in Exercise & Sport Psychology


1987: Temple University; B.S. in Exercise Science & Leadership

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