Joe, thank you for pushing me to my limit to become the best I can be. You helped me to improve my game and accomplish my goals. I would not be where I am as far as my fitness level and confidence going into the preseason without you!!! Thank you for everything again!


Soccer player for Kutztown University

I utilized the strength, speed and agility training program for my son this past summer who at the time was a rising junior in H.S. The program combined core work as well as strength, agility and stamina training aimed specifically toward his sport.  My son received an amazing amount of individualized training with Joe who continually revised the workout based on his prior session’s performance.  My son found Joe to be motivating, demanding, responsive and educated on past injuries and their impacts on strength/play. We’ve utilized several of these type of programs in the past and this one is a winner!

Tracey Baxter (Mother of Aaron Baxter, NJ Boys Soccer State Champs)
Personally I think Joe was the difference for us winning the Philadelphia Catholic League Championship.  We were the most fit team but most importantly we were the healthiest.

John Dunlop    

Head Coach Father Judge Soccer
I started working with Joe when I realized I needed to find a way to get into shape for the transition from high school to Division I collegiate soccer.  Throughout the spring and summer, I worked with Joe several times a week.  By the time the fall season came around, I was faster and stronger than I had been in my whole life.  I would have never been able to accomplish the same results on my own.  Joe’s passion for training and working with athletes combined with his ability to find your limits and push you to achieve your maximum results.  His ability to tailor programs and match training sessions to individuals’ needs makes him exceptional.

Tracy Bienenfeld

Former University of Penn Soccer Player
I have worked with Joe since I was 14 years old, I have had amazing results.  I have improved my first step quickness, lateral agility, and speed endurance.  Most importantly I have maintained an injury free career.  Thanks for all you have done.

John Fazio

FC Delco Soccer
I am writing to give credit to my childrens fitness and footwork coach.  Joe Hos, is a highly motivated fitness trainer that has improved my childrens tennis both locally and nationally.  My son Taylor has been recruited to Clemson University, a Div I school on an athletic scholarship and in part due to his work with Joe.  Joe has the ability to give confidence to athletes through encouraging the physical and mental determination necessary to compete at a high level.  My daughter, Madison is 14 years old and she is ranked #10 in girls 18 and under in our section.  They both work routinely with Joe twice a week.  I would recommend Joe as a fitness trainer for any potential athlete or just to improve your all around physical fitness.  He has the ability to bring out the best in all and keep on shining through.  I highly recommend his regimen to anyone interested in self improvement.

Robin Lyons Cohen, mother of Taylor and Madison Cohen nationally ranked junior tennis players


Joe has worked individually with my son (and daughter) for five years. Joshua has played in 77-78 games at Duke, and the unsung hero was Joe Hos. Duke was coming off a final four appearance when Joshua arrived as a freshman. There were no obvious spots on the field, we had a team comprised of at least 5 national players, and nearly one third of the team has since gone on to play professional soccer (several in Europe and the MLS today). I will never forget hearing from then Head Coach Rennie when he spoke about Josh on television, “we had no intention of playing Josh when he arrived at Duke during his freshman year, he made us play him through his tireless work ethic”. Josh was the only freshman to play at Duke and he had very significant playing time on the field during every game of that year. He came prepared physically to play. Josh deserves a lot of credit, but Joe Hos gave Josh the opportunity to get onto the field and demonstrate his skill.  That is not an accident, Joe kept Josh healthy,  and he can do that for some other young man or woman, if you give him a chance. Playing college soccer for my son was not about winning a scholarship or turning professional, it was about getting a great education. Josh would never have been at Duke were it not for Lower Moreland’s Oberholtzer and Blanche, and his trainer Joe Hos.

Jack Bienenfeld (Father of Josh Bienenfeld)


We send all of our “baseball players” to Joe for their sports training needs.

Chuck Bushbeck    

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (Area Scout)