Todd DeLamielleure has been working in the fitness industry for over 15 years. As a firefighter for the Charleston Fire Department from 2004-2013, Todd started a recruit fitness program and coordinated it’s implementation in addition to his duties as a firefighter. He has held various fitness certifications and is currently an NAFC-CPT, FTS, and a Certified Speed and Agility Specialist through the IYCA. He is also FMS-1 certified. He continues to train athletes of all ages and leads several group fitness classes for the Roper St. Francis Hospital Advantage Program in Charleston, SC, including a resistance band training class for seniors, which he has been teaching for over 4 years. Todd primarily uses resistance bands to focus on functional strength training in his programs that aim to improve overall function and quality of life for participants.
Todd is a graduate of Duke University with a BA in History and minor in Sociology. While at Duke he was an Academic All-ACC performer and 2000 football team captain. Upon graduation, he attended graduate school at Hofstra University and continued his collegiate career as an All-Atlantic 10 linebacker and was voted to several All-American teams. He was selected to the 2001 Blue Gray All-Star Football Classic and was the defensive MVP for the blue squad in the game. He continued his football career signing a rookie free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts in 2002. Todd played for the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe in 2003 before sustaining a season and essentially career ending shoulder injury.
Todd resides in Charleston, SC, with his wife, Mindy, and 4 daughters (Lexi 11, Colby 8, Sadie 5, and Millie 3). In addition to his personal training clients and group fitness classes, he is also the co-owner of Hall of Fame Solutions, LLC, with his father, Joe. Hall of Fame Solutions aims to spread functional fitness to individuals of all walks life through several products that make fitness accessible to everyone.