Andrew Reilly, President, IET Bridge,  BS, CSCS, NKT, FMS, CES, TPI, AiM II, CFSC

Exercise and health have always been a part of Andrew’s life. His sporting career began at an early age in Ireland where he excelled at several different sports. However he discovered Rugby was his passion.  Such was his interest in the field of exercise and health that Andrew decided to move to London to pursue a degree in Exercise Physiology. While attending Brunel University Andrew was chosen to play rugby at London Irish, a professional club competing in the Premier Division in England.  Upon completing his degree and graduating with Honors from Brunel University Andrew moved to the United States to further his career in the field of health/fitness.

Andrew continued his passion for learning and has taken almost every worthwhile seminar / certification in the industry. Although he started out as a personal trainer / strength coach, Andrew developed an interest in helping people achieve better results through moving better. This lead to a discovery, when people learn to move better they can often move without pain. Andrew took the SFMA course, as well as Neurokinetic Therapy level 1, 2 & 3 to better understand how to help clients with dysfunctional movement patterns and chronic issues.  Along with his foundational training at University and 15 years of experience this knowledge has made Andrew the most sought after fitness expert in the Hamptons.

Andrew works with clients from all walks of life, but has been fortunate to work with some elite athletes. During the NHL offseason a number of the professional athletes from the NY Rangers spend time in the Hamptons and seek out Andrew’s expertise to help them with their conditioning programs. Athletes who have worked with Andrew at IET include Brad Richards, Mike Del Zotto, and Carl Hagelin from the NHL’s NY Rangers, as seen in the picture above.
Andrew also created an elite youth training program at IET to help local athletes pursue their dreams of achieving a sports scholarship to college.  This program is working with kids as young as 10 and teaching them the importance of correct movement, technique, and recovery. This year alone, IET athletes achieved STATE TITLES, FULL SCHOLARSHIPS, and more Personal BESTS than ever in their careers.

A brief list of his professional credentials include:

Honors degree in Exercise Physiology from Brunel University, London, England
CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association
CES (Corrective Exercise Specialist) from National Academy of Sports Medicine
FMS (Functional Movement Screen Certified)

NKT Level 1, 2, & 3 (Certified Neurokinetic Therapist)

TPI Level 1 Certified

Andrew’s email is


Molly McDonald, BS, NASM, NKT, FMS, TPI, AiM II, CFSC

Sports have always been a part of Molly’s life.  Molly has been a competitive swimmer for 13 years including four years as a D1 collegiate athlete. Molly has a B.S. in Kinesiology with a concentration in Health Fitness from the University of Rhode Island.  Along with her degree she is a certified Personal Trainer (NASM), Neurokinetic Therapy (level 1 & 2), Functional Movement Screen, Restoring Movement Through Breathing (level 1), Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 1, and Power Plate (levels 1 & 2) trainer.  She had the great privilege to attend a mentorship with Mike Boyle (Boston Red Sox and US Olympic Strength Coach ) to further her Strength and Conditioning knowledge.

Working at IET, Molly has come to look at the body and train the body in the non-traditional sense- one size does not fit all.  Every person moves differently, which is how Molly approaches each of her clients and combines all her knowledge to assess, correct and train each person to move, feel and perform better.

Molly’s email is 


Alan Dufficy, FMS, AiM I, CFSC, USAW-OLY, CrossFit L1

Alan was born in Ireland and grew up playing a lot of different sports. He has always had a passion for fitness but started out on a different path. After coming to the States, Alan decided to try Crossfit. This gave Alan a desire to learn more. He learned he had a passion for health and fitness and a huge desire to learn. Alan decided to leave his previous career so he could concentrate full time on helping others to reach their personal health and fitness goals. Thanks to IET Alan has the opportunity to fulfill a goal to motivate and encourage others towards a more positive healthy and active lifestyle through fitness.

Over the past 2 years Alan has taken several courses to increase his knowledge in order to better help his clients. Alan is a certified Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC) through Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning. He also certified to use the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Anatomy in Motion (AIM) and is certified in Olympic Lifting through the USAW. Alan continues to learn and invest in himself taking several courses / certifications each year to better himself so he can do better help his clients.


Martin Gigner, TPI, AiM

Martin was born and raised in Reading, England. He grew up in a sports mad environment playing multiple sports throughout his child hood, spending family holidays skiing in the Alps and hitting the links around his home town. Football and Golf were his passions, playing competitively for local and representative sides and being part of Reading F.C.ʼs School of Excellence. Martin was also fortunate enough to be able to travel and coach football (Soccer!) along the East coast of the USA and this is where his passion for helping people improve was developed. Major surgery cut short any thoughts of pursuing a playing career but enabled him to travel and live throughout the world, finally settling in the Hamptons.

Martin attended the prestigious Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning mentorship program in Woburn Mass, where he was able to watch some of the top professional athletes in the country go through their strength and conditioning programs on a daily basis. Learning from the legendary Mike Boyle was an incredible opportunity for Martin. Martin is a certified golf fitness instructor through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and is planning to take the Level 3 course this summer. Martin is also certified in Gary Wardʼs Anatomy in Motion course. This is a 56 hour immersion course on the effects of the foot on the rest of the body. Martinʼs passion for what he does is inspiring. He is constantly striving to learn more so he can pass that knowledge on to his clients. He would love the opportunity to help you with your goals whether they be golf specific fitness or just getting back into great shape.


getting back into great shape.

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  1. I life in the North fork and was referred to you by Vicki Edwards and Antonia mennia…I am 54 yr male who does tri Athlon and was training for my first ironman…I have what appears to be a perineum injury/ pudendal neuralgia….can you assist in recovery.

    • Hi Kevin! I have forwarded your message to Andrew and he will get back to you shortly.


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