At FiveX3 Training, strength is our mission. When you are stronger, you feel better. When you are stronger, you look better. When you are stronger, you are better. We focus on improving your performance and helping you reach your goals. Whether you are a mother of two looking to slim down or a recreational basketball player looking to improve your vertical jump, we have a program for you.
Emily Socolinsky (Owner and Head Coach)
Emily is a certified Starting Strength Coach, AFAA certified, USA Weightlifting certified Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, and cycle certified through Madd Dogg Athletics. Emily holds a Masters degree in Education and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance from the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. As a strength coach and mentor, she has helped many clients explore their true potential through hard work and persistence.
Emily was active as a professional dancer and teacher for over 20 years. During that time, she focused on strength training and a variety of cross-training methods that helped her grow and develop as a dancer and athlete. She began her dance training at the early age of 8 at the Baltimore Ballet and developed her training further at the Baltimore School for the Arts. She continued her dance studies at UMBC where she had the opportunity to study with a variety of dance professionals. Emily has performed with the Phoenix Dance Company, Nancy Romita and the Moving Company, Doug Hamby Dance, The Collective, Kinetics Dance Theatre and Deep Vision Dance Company.
Diego Socolinsky (Coach)
Diego is a certified Starting Strength Coach, USA Weightlifting certified Level 1 Sports Performance Coach, and has been training in a variety of disciplines for the last 25 years. His background includes martial arts, rock and ice climbing, mountaineering, running and cross-country cycling.
Kerry King-Rahn (Assistant Coach)
Kerry is a NASM certified personal trainer and a certified progressive calisthenics instructor (PCC) through Dragon Door. In addition to interning at Fivex3 for 6 months, she has worked as a trainer at a private studio, and she currently runs her own fitness business.
Prior to becoming a trainer, Kerry was a zookeeper for 12 years. The last 6 of which were at the National Aquarium as a reptile/amphibian keeper. In addition to strength training, she enjoys hiking, kayaking, paddleboarding, skiing, and martial arts.