Jaime Fernandez, CSCS

Born in Managua, Nicaragua and raised in Miami, Florida. Jaime moved to Miami from Nicaragua at the young age of 6 years old. He later moved to Labelle FL in 2000 and graduated from Labelle High School in 2001. Soon after graduation, Jaime enlisted in the United States Marine Corps from 2001 to 2005. He currently resides in Naples, FL.  

After graduating boot camp and completing Marine Combat Training, Jaime was stationed in Camp Pendleton, CA at 7th Engineer Support Battalion. He completed 3 tours to Iraq under Combat Service Support Group from 2003 to 2005 in all major cities and conflicts. While serving in the Marine Corps, Jaime was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal, and Meritorious Mast Certificate of Commendation and Certificate of Appreciation. Jaime was separated from the Marine Corps Honorably as a Sergeant of Marines in 2005.  

After returning home to SWFL, Jaime enrolled at Florida Gulf Coast University in 2011 to pursue a degree in Human Performance and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2013. During this endeavor, he completed a highly sought internship with the Boston Red Sox and was later employed as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the Red Sox minor league team Greenville Drive in 2014. After season’s end, Jaime continued to work with professional baseball players in Miami at a private institution aimed at improving performance. During this timeframe, he was recruited to serve as Home Base’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist overseeing the fitness component of the wellness program.    

Jaime excitedly took the position with Home Base in 2015 to oversee all physical training aspects of SWFL Warrior Health and Fitness and is today the Wellness Manager at Home Base Florida.