Laurel Circle Bolsters Health and Wellness Team with New Hire

BRIDGEWATER, NJ–Laurel Circle has hired Mark Maccaroni as its fitness manager, overseeing physical training and exercise programs for the senior living community’s 200 residents.

“Resident health and wellness continue to be a primary focus for us, and Mark has extensive experience that will be a strong asset to the community,” said Brian Alexopoulos, executive director at Laurel Circle. “We’re excited to have him on board and are certain his contributions will be invaluable.”

Maccaroni previously worked at URGE Fitness, a Ewing, New Jersey, gym and fitness center, where he served as director of fitness. Before URGE, he was a personal trainer at New Jersey Athletic Club in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, and a strength and conditioning coach at Elite Athletics in Hamilton, New Jersey.

“Laurel Circle intrigued me because it provides an opportunity where I can have a positive impact on people not only physically, but also intellectually, spiritually and socially,” said Maccaroni. “I’ve spent my professional career training athletes ranging from youth to professional, and I’m looking forward to applying the knowledge I’ve gained through the years toward active aging.”

Maccaroni holds a bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science from The College of New Jersey in Ewing, NJ. He’s a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Located at 100 Monroe Street in Bridgewater, NJ, Laurel Circle is a full-service senior living community offering an active, independent lifestyle. This includes residential living apartments and villas for independent living and a continuum of health services at The Arbor at Laurel Circle, the community’s on-site health center.