Riverwalk Athletic Club
225 Water Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
Hours of Operation
- Monday - Friday5am - 11pm
- Saturday7am - 11pm
- Sunday7am - 7pm
- Day Care Hours
- Monday - Saturday9am - Noon
- Monday - Thursday4pm - 8pm
Riverwalk Athletic Club is here to provide you with the best possible fitness experience in Binghamton through our fitness philosophy, facilities, programs, and staff, while instilling the value of health and fitness within our community.
The Riverwalk Athletic Club has partnered with WBNG to provide a weekly Fitness Segment that will air Monday mornings during Action News at 6am. Each week we will offer fitness advice, tips and demonstrations. We are also featuring a Get Fit Challenge. Click here for more information.
Visit our website www.riverwalkac.com to learn more.
Watch Get Fit Segments
Get Fit: Thanksgiving Day tips
Get Fit: How to use the elliptical machine
Get Fit: Medicine ball exercises
Get Fit: All about drinking water
Get Fit: Using the treadmill
Get Fit: Core exercises
Three Tips to get back on Track
Nutritional order of operations
Get Fit: Stability ball exercises
Training for the mini triathlon
Training for the Tough Mudder
Preparing for the PIT
Viewer question: Exercises to trim inner thighs
Get Fit weight loss plan
Get Fit: Training for the Tough Mudder
Get fit military combine training.
Exercises that target the stomach area
Get Fit: 'Do This, Eat That'
Get Fit: Healthy scallop dinner at River Bistro
Get Fit: How to Burn Calories?
Riverwalk Athletic Club Weight Loss Seminar
Losing weight with cardio and weight training
Nutrients Through Juicing
Your questions Answered
Workouts for the Elderly
Questions to ask when setting fitness goals
What to look for in a fitness facility
Get Fit Challenge winner
Get Fit - Holiday eating tips
Get Fit - Exercising while Traveling
Get Fit: - Weightlifting repetitions
Static stretches - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Motor patterns of the shoulder - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Circuit Training - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Thirteen - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Twelve - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Eleven - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Ten - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Nine - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Eight - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Five things to Know - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Seven - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Six - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Five - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Four - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Three - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Get Fit Challenge Week Two - The Importance of Exercise
Get Fit Challenge Week One - WBNG's new Get Fit Segment
Kristina Martemucci DelViscio
Kristina works as the General Manager of the Riverwalk Athletic Club in Binghamton and where she conducts her personal training business, Perfect Fit. After receiving her Master's degree in Education from Pepperdine University and teaching for a number of years, she went on to pursue her personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and started her own business in 2007. Shortly thereafter Kristina received her Specialist in Fitness Nutrition Certification from the International Sports Sciences Association. In combination with her qualifications and experience she has been able to work with, reach, and change the lives of many people of all fitness and health backgrounds. Learn more about Kristina at www.kmdperfectfittraining.com
Anthony is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant, and is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. He is also a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association (NESTA,) and Certified Nutritional Consultant through Penn Foster University. Anthony has a wealth of hands on knowledge and has been actively practicing in the field since 2008. He specializes in strength and conditioning, corrective flexibility and mobility, and diet and meal planning. He has trained/treated a large variety of clientele, helping them to achieve a wide spectrum of goals. His experience ranges from pediatrics to geriatrics, young athletes to elite level athletes, and disabled individuals to persons with special needs. Learn more about Anthony at www.CampoTrained.com.
I use this philosophy in my training. The goals you set are your goals. You are the only one who can accomplish them. If you are willing to work hard and put forth the effort, I will teach you the tools you need to achieve your fitness goals, and to help you make fitness a lifestyle.
After having my son in 1995, I struggled to get my weight under control. When I wasn't getting the results I wanted on my own, I hired a personal trainer. I was amazed at the difference having a personal trainer made in my ability to reach my goals. I realized then that I wanted to help other people reach their fitness goals. That's what inspired me to become a personal trainer. In 2007 I decided to begin serious weight training and in 2009, I set a new goal. I entered my first figure competition, where I took 1st place. I have competed in six competitions and hold three 1st place titles. I earned my pro figure card at my last competition in Brick, NJ in 2011. In 2009 I was asked to be assistant strength training coach for the Syracuse Stars, Jr. "A" hockey team. I train the athletes both on and off the ice. I work one on one with each player to improve strength, endurance, and weight management. I am now bringing my fitness knowledge to clients as a personal trainer. I look forward to working with and helping you meet your individual fitness goals.
Patrick Wastler initially became interested in fitness through racing motocross on a nationally ranked level. His experience in professional motocross sparked his passion for exercise science and led him into a career dedicated to fitness and personal training. First receiving an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration, in fall 2011 he furthered his education by pursuing a Personal Training Certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. In addition to his business degree and personal training certification, he is also a certified Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM, 2012). He specializes in weight loss, corrective exercise, and overall fitness, instilling motivation, confidence and knowledge in his clients. If you are interested in taking the first step in making your fitness a priority contact Patrick Wastler at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a free consultation.
“I do not pray for a lighter load, but for a stronger back” –Phillips Brooks