President - Carl Putman


Carl Putman founded Train To Win Inc. in early 2016. As a lifelong resident of Brevard County and having been involved with athletics in the area since his youth, he saw the need and opportunity for numerous student-athletes who had the desire and motivation to excel and become leaders but did not have the kind of expert level coaching and mentorship needed to make the leap. Thus Train To Win Inc. was founded to help deliver those resources and provide financial assistance for those future leaders. 

Carl attended and played basketball locally at West Shore High School, and then went on to become the first player in program history to play collegiate basketball after walking on with Flagler College's Mens Basketball team. He graduated from Flagler College with a B.A. in Sport Management in 2008. 

Since then he has been active in the local community, initially in coaching with the basketball programs at Brevard Community College and West Shore High School. In 2011, Carl became the Program Director for Parisi Speed School XPC. Over 6 years he helped to grow the Parisi XPC program into a successful training gym that has serviced thousands of local athletes and seen many go on to collegiate athletics and extraordinary successes. 

In addition, Carl has worked as the Lead Physical Training instructor for the Law Enforcement and Corrections Academies at Eastern Florida State College's Public Safety Institute, helping to institute a new standard of physical fitness for the program. He is also a published contributor on sites such as STACK and Breaking Muscle, among others. 

Carl is currently a collegiate strength and conditioning coach in Melbourne and completing a graduate degree in Organizational Leadership. He currently resides in Palm Bay, FL and can be contacted at, or on social media via @coachcarlp or @traintowininc 

Vice President - Michael Cadore

A community leader with more than three decades of experience in education, public service, organizational management, public safety and mentoring. A Brevard County native, Mr. Cadore holds a Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership from Webster University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Corrections & Administration of Justice from Eastern Kentucky University. Currently a Doctoral of Education student at Capella                                                                                         University.

He currently serves as the Associate Provost for the Palm Bay Campus at Eastern Florida State College where he is also an adjunct professor. The passion he displays daily as an educator influenced led him to being selected as Outstanding Adjunct for 2014, 15 & 2016.

Mr. Cadore continues to serve as a Sworn Police officer for the Rockledge Police Department. In 2011his innovative style and leadership led to his unit being named the National Neighborhood Watch Program by the National Sheriffs Association. In 2014, he was recognized as Reserve Police Officer of the year, for his community outreach and crime prevention awareness programs for the citizens and businesses of Rockledge.

Prior to becoming a law enforcement officer, Mr. Cadore earned National recognition at Eastern Kentucky University as a record-setting kick returner. After college, was drafted into the National Football League by the New Orleans Saints. He finished his professional football career in Montreal Canada. In 2014, he was inducted into 2014 Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame.

His love for football and his heart for others led him to found the yearly “NFL I GOT SKILLZ” football clinic. This program enabled him to give back to his community by mentoring and supporting at-risk youth in Brevard County.  Founded in 1999, the clinic teaches fundamental football and life skills to local youth.

A true public servant, he continues to protect and serve his community as a life coach, consultant, educator and mentor. As founder and President of Magnus Solutions Incorporated he provides life skills coaching, business workshops and inspirational speeches. He was truly humbled and grateful for being recognized as the 2014 Central Florida Humanitarian of the year. His most recent accolade was being the recipient of the 2017 Dr. Harvey L. Riley Bridge builder award for his community impact.

Mr. Cadore keeps faith and family first. He has been faithfully and happily married to his high school sweetheart Cornelia Cadore for 26 years and three wonderful children.

 2014 Humanitarian award 

2014 Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame:

Treasurer - Vivian Helwig

Secretary - Brittany Helwig