About Us

The Fit Five Story

We started as fitness enthusiast who did not have the time every Sunday and Wednesday to cook our own meals. Owning a gym and a nutrition store, clients would complain all the time about how difficult it is to eat right. We were using companies all over the United States and the problem with them is the cost of each meal, mostly due to shipping, would be around $12-15 a meal. That is not affordable for the average consumer. Using our resources and backgrounds in the collective industries we started Fit Five. Birmingham’s healthy and affordable prepped meal company.

The Fit Five Team

Fit Five understands the importance of a great team. How important each role is within a company. Steve Jobs changed the whole pattern of living with his innovative and creative mind. However, without his team of hard-working professionals and their abilities to incorporate and accomplish his ideas may not have proven successful. In effect, teamwork is extremely essential in order to accomplish the overall objectives and goals of an organization.

Boulos Paul Shunnarah

Founder

“The small guy” Creator of Fit Five: Young entrepreneur who has owned and operated his own business since the age of 18. Winner of several awards from Entrepreneur of the Year to Top 30 Under 30. Owning both a gym and restaurant he is able to provide the skills and resources for the business.

Brock warren

Owner

“The Big guy”-Owner of Fit Five. Also owns three Elite Nutrition locations. His skill set in the nutrition and his small business ability has allowed us to move quickly.

Ferris Shunnara

General Manager

Created the name of Fit Five. Navy Veteran of 5 years who recently moved to Birmingham to be closer to family. Ferris joined the team to help with the day to day operations. You may seem around the town driving the Fit Five Meals van.

Nick Lepore

General Manager

Nick is a certified personal trainer for 3 years through the American Council on Exercise. He served in the United States Navy for 4 years as a Gas-Turbine technician and a rescue swimmer. While on active duty in Pearl Harbor, HI, Nick suffered major injuries that included a 40 foot fall that left him unable to walk for nearly 2 years. Through handwork and determination, Nick bounced back to nearly full health and uses his experience and knowledge to help others reach their fitness goals. He attends the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he is pursuing a degree in kinesiology.