Vince Mini



Vince is the owner of the House of Pain since 1996 and has a passion for “Life Long Strength and conditioning”. Believing that age has no limits, Vince believes through hard work, good nutrition, and consistent training habits you can be a participant in life instead of a spectator. Vince pushes the members to be accountable, work hard in the gym, which in turn will lower risk and return a bigger profit margin in life.

Vince played football, wrestling and baseball at Parsippany High School in Northern New Jersey where he was elected Captain of all three teams. Vince received a full scholarship to attend Temple University and play Division 1 football where he was named captain his senior year and continued on professionally with the Philadelphia Eagles in the National Football League. Vince’s own athletic path is one of the many reasons that he relates so well to not only the student athletes, but also the adult population wanting to become the “Elite Performer” in their lives.

Vince holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University in Criminal Justice along with the following certifications: USAW level 1, FMS level 1, StrongFirst kettlebell Instructor, Member of the National
Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Advisory board member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA, Northern California). Vince is equally as committed to his beautiful family.