The PROJECT trainer on his favorite workout songs, regeneration routine, and more
Whether it’s aside hustleor some othercreative pursuit, every high performer needs a passion—and a project. That’s the idea behind the newPROJECT by Equinox. It’s a “creative space for fitness rebels” in downtown Manhattan where breakthrough fitness talent creates innovative workouts ranging from The Sculpt Society (a total-body cardio workout that incorporates light weights and sliders) to The Ultimate Runner’s Workout (drills and unilateral exercises to improve speed, agility, and balance). Over the course of six weeks, Furthermore is introducing you to several of PROJECT’s top trainers who are challenging you to move differently. This week we’re featuring Kenneth Ferrer.
“My goal is to empower others around me to be their best,” says Kenneth Ferrer, who teaches Power & Strength at PROJECT. The Pleasantville, New York, native knows a good deal about the power of the mind thanks to his BA in psychology from Elon University. In between graduating and becoming a trainer, Ferrer played Minor League baseball for the Washington Nationals. But trying new things is his real passion, which is why being able to design classes based on a wide variety of training methods at PROJECT is his perfect creative outlet.