Do You Struggle To Make Time For Health and Fitness Because Of Your Busy Schedule?

Alex Robles, MD

Hi, I’m Alex Robles, health and fitness expert, OBGYN, and founder of the White Coat Trainer.  

I just completed my OBGYN residency and I am now a fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology. 

I am extremely passionate about health and fitness and I have been studying it for over 10 years alongside my medical training.

I first became interested in fitness during my undergraduate studies while earning my Bachelor of Science degree in biology. I continued to learn how fitness is so closely intertwined with our health during my medical school years. 

But that’s when I also learned that it is extremely difficult to maintain your health and fitness. 

As an OBGYN resident, it is commonplace to work 80-90 hours a week, overnight shifts, and even 24 hour shifts. Because of this, I had to come up with numerous strategies to keep up with exercise and fitness with the little time free time I had

I am proud to say that despite my work schedule, I have had significant improvements in my lean muscle mass percentage, body fat percentage, overall strength, and even health markers as a resident physician.

That is why The White Coat Trainer exists.

It is my mission is to help you create and maintain a fitness centered lifestyle despite your busy schedule.  


Our advice and tips on fitness have also been quoted in many reputable online publications including  

  • Kevin MD
  • The Doctor Weighs In
  • White Coat Investor
  • My Fitness Pal
  • Readers Digest
  • Spark People
  • The Active Times

I realized that there is a need for simple, high-yield, and actionable fitness information for busy people like you.

The White Coat Trainer is designed to be a one stop shop to give you straightforward, no-nonsense, easy to follow strategies to start exercising and living a healthier lifestyle. These are the same strategies my wife and I use to maintain our fitness lifestyle while working hectic schedules.


Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology Degree received from St. John’s University

Medical Doctor (MD) Degree received from Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University

Competed in USA Powerlifting NJ State Championships 2012, 2013


  • SQUAT: 420 lbs (2.5x Bodyweight)
  • BENCH PRESS: 325 lbs (1.9x Bodyweight)
  • DEADLIFT: 440lbs (2.6x Bodyweight)
  • OVERHEAD PRESS: 205 lbs (1.2x Bodyweight)
  • PUSH-UPS: 102 Consecutive
  • PULL-UPS: 27 Consecutive
Brittany N Robles, MD, MPH

Hi, my name is Brittany Robles, the co-founder of The White Coat Trainer. I have a dual degree in Medicine and Public Health and am a resident physician in OBGYN. 

My fitness journey began in medical school when I was 22 years old. Like most women, I had a preconceived notion that lifting weights would make me look too muscular, so my high school and college gym sessions were spent running on the treadmill, and becoming a master on the stairs. I stayed as far away from the weights as possible.

Over time, I learned about the importance of physical fitness, strength training, and proper nutrition during my medical and public health education. That is when I ditched the cardio machines and began focusing on getting stronger and building my cardiovascular health through outdoor biking.

I have competed in powerlifting competitions and participated in several bike tours – including the 50 mile Hudson Valley Ride.

Fitness has led me to create a whole new lifestyle. The confidence that I have gained both inside and outside the gym is the reason I am here today. I am very excited to share my experience, especially with all women who desire to look and feel better through fitness and nutrition.



Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology Degree received from St. John’s University

Medical Doctor (MD) degree received from Ross University School of Medicine

Master of Public Health (MPH) degree received from Mt Sinai School of Public Health

Competed in USA Powerlifting Squats and Science Championship & South Brooklyn Weight Lifting Club Championship, 2017, 2017

Completed Hudson Valley 50 mile Bike Tour, 2017


  • SQUAT: 230 lbs (1.9x Bodyweight)
  • BENCH PRESS: 120 lbs (1.0x Bodyweight)
  • DEADLIFT: 300lbs (2.5x Bodyweight)
  • OVERHEAD PRESS: 85 lbs (0.7x Bodyweight)
  • PUSH-UPS: 20 Consecutive
  • PULL-UPS: 10 Consecutive