Susan Dyen

September 21, 2017 | Posted in: Staff

Susan is a retired business teacher from Council Rock North. She has been working at the pool at Briarwood Day camp for the past 26 years teaching swimming and being a lifeguard and has been teaching water aerobics for 20+ years first at Council Rock, Chandler Hall and now at BucksFIT! She also enjoys participating in local charity walking / running races with her son. Susan teaches our Monday and Wednesday evening Gentle Water Aerobics class.

Jeff Goldstein

May 26, 2010 | Posted in: Staff

Jeff graduated from Philadelphia Central and Northeast High School. During high school, Jeff was a member of the varsity baseball team.

Following high school, played baseball for Temple University. After Temple, Jeff earned his Personal Training Certification from the New Jersey Board of Education and attended the Fitness Institute of Training.

Jeff has been involved in the health & fitness profession for over 20 years. Jeff has trained and currently trains many athletes ranging from high school to college to professional athletes. A few of his athletes include; Joe McEwing (New York Mets), Matt Willard (Cleveland Indians), Chris Sheehan (Atlanta Braves), Chazz Witherspoon (Heavyweight Boxing Contender) and Terrance Cauthen (Bronze Medal in the 1996 Olympics).

In October 2009, Jeff joined the BucksFit team. He specializes in strength and conditioning, power lifting, general fitness and body building.  In his spare time, he coaches baseball and is also a member of multiple championship baseball teams.

Eric Bofinger

May 26, 2010 | Posted in: Staff

Eric joined the BucksFit team in August 2009.  He holds a certification as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Eric is also certified as a USA Track and Field Level I coach. He specializes in speed and agility training, running mechanics, Olympic weight lifting, general fitness and circuit training.

A 2007 graduate of Messiah College, Bofinger graduated with a Sport and Exercise Science degree with a concentration in Health and Fitness while simultaneously leaving his mark as a standout middle distance runner for the Falcons.

A four year member of the cross country program, Bofinger was also a participant on the indoor and outdoor track and field teams. At the time of graduation, he held several school records in indoor track including top marks in the 3200 meter relay, the 4000-meter distance medley relay and both the 600 and 800 meter runs. He captained the Falcons in 2006 and was named a Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) All-Conference performer multiple times during his four-year career. 

Post-collegiately, Eric co-founded S.W.I.F.T Racing (Strength, Wisdom, Integrity, Faith, Truth), a running team made up of mostly Messiah College Track & Field Alumni who seek to glorify God through their running talents. Bofinger ran the 117th Boston Marathon in April of 2013, finishing with a personal best time of 2:36:22. He also has three marathon wins, Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon in 2009, the Ocean Drive Marathon in 2014 and more recently the Loco Marathon during the fall of 2015. In addition to running, Eric recently picked up snowshoe racing and has won a PA state championship and has participated at the national event.

In addition to his work at BucksFIT, Eric coached cross country at Cairn University for nine seasons. His 2014 men’s team earned the first NCAA conference championship win in any sport in Cairn University history. He was also named coach of the year by the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) twice.

Eric grew up locally in Warminster and attended William Tennent High School. He now resides in Pittsgrove, NJ with his wife, Katy and daughter, Clara.

Eric also owns his owns his own business that specializes in creating online training plans for runners.

Bill Gregory

March 28, 2010 | Posted in: Staff

As owner and founder of Bucks Physical Therapy, Bill brings more than 20 years of clinical experience to our facility. He holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Temple University. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the National Strength and Conditioning association, a clinical instructor of physical therapy, a group leader for the Arthritis Self-Help Program, and a lecturer and

Bill’s philosophy is “patient care first”. He believes strongly in the benefits of manual therapy and takes pride in the individual attention that each patient receives when they visit our facility. Since our first clinic opened its doors in 2000 our primary focus has been on first-rate patient care and customer service.

Bill is a resident of Northampton Township. He is involved in many of the area’s youth sports organizations both as a coach and a team sponsor. His hobbies include golf and running.