Jaime Fernandez, CSCS

At the age of 6, Jaime relocated from Managua, Nicaragua, to Miami, Florida. He later relocated to Labelle, Florida, where he graduated from high school in 2001. After graduating from high school, Jaime wasted no time and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, embarking on a journey that would see him serve three tours in Iraq from 2001 to 2005. Following his boot camp and Marine Combat Training, Jaime was stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA, with the 7th Engineer Support Battalion. During his tenure in the Marine Corps, Jaime earned many different awards, some including the Presidential Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Mast Certificate of Commendation, and Certificate of Appreciation. In 2005, he received an honorable separation from the Marine Corps with the rank of Sergeant of Marines. 

Upon returning to Southwest Florida, Jaime enrolled at Florida Gulf Coast University in 2011 to pursue a degree in Human Performance, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2013. During his studies, he completed a highly sought internship with the Boston Red Sox and later worked as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the Red Sox minor league team, the Greenville Drive, in 2014. After the baseball season ended, Jaime continued working with professional baseball players in Miami at a private institution focused on improving performance. During this time, he was recruited to serve as the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist for Home Base, overseeing the fitness component of the wellness program. 

Jaime eagerly accepted the position with Home Base in 2015, where he now oversees all physical training aspects of SWFL Warrior Health and Fitness and serves as the Wellness Manager at Home Base Florida.