Colin Aina

Rhode Island native and a graduate of East Providence High School, Colin has been working in the fitness and athletic industry since graduating from University of Rhode Island with a degree in Physical Anthropology in 2004. Colin decided to continue his athletic career after college after qualifying for the Olympic trials in 2004. He is currently one of the top hurdlers in the nation and has placed highly in national championships and in international competition. He began coaching and became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist soon after college. His passion for helping people achieve their goals, in both athletics and everyday life, grew as he worked with more people. He continues to work with everyone from kindergartners to grandmothers. When the opportunity to become head trainer at 212 Health & Performance arose, he immediately embraced the opportunity.
Colin has presented at conferences for both NSCA and Perform Better.