Alex Robles, MD

Hi my name is Alex Robles, the founder of the White Coat Trainer.  I am a resident physician in OBGYN and I have always been passionate about fitness. I  first stepped foot into a gym during my senior year in high school, with a desire to become bigger, faster and stronger for the upcoming baseball season. To my surprise, I quickly realized that I enjoyed lifting and fitness much more than I did baseball.

After a few months of training, I became eager to increase my fitness knowledge base. I began using every resource possible: books, seminars, blogs, forums. I even emulated those in the gym who were stronger than I was. Training became my outlet, and it also provided me with skills that helped me succeed in my educational endeavors.  I continued my new-found hobby all the way through college, medical school and now residency. In every step of the way, there was no shortage of people telling me I that wouldn't be able to keep up with training or dieting as my schedule became busier.  As an OBGYN resident, I routinely work 80-90 hours a week and despite this, I am able to make it to the gym 4-5 days a week and maintain a healthy diet. I am here to share with you my experience and knowledge so that you too can take control of your fitness.


  • SQUAT: 420 lbs(2.5x Bodyweight)
  • BENCH PRESS: 325 lbs (1.9x Bodyweight)
  • DEADLIFT: 440 lbs (2.6x Bodyweight)
  • PUSHUPS: 102 Consecutive
  • PULLUPS: 27 Consecutive


  Brittany Noel Robles, MD, MPH

Hi my name is Brittany Noel Robles. I have a dual degree in Medicine and Public Health and I currently work in the research industry promoting women's health. 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, these cardio sessions began to get boring and I decided to take a risk and try something new.  I found powerlifting during medical school after attending Alex's second powerlifting competition.  I was inspired by the the abilities and the energy the female lifters possessed and I never looked back.  Once I began powerlifting, a new lifestyle was created. 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 the women here, who desire to look and feel better through fitness and nutrition.  


  • SQUAT: 231 lbs(1.9x Bodyweight)
  • BENCH PRESS: 100 lbs (0.8x Bodyweight)
  • DEADLIFT: 300 lbs (2.5x Bodyweight)
  • PUSHUPS: 20 Consecutive
  • PULLUPS: 7 Consecutive