David owns and operates a variety of businesses centered on health and wellness. Most recently, he partnered with Stephanie Snyder to open Love Story Yoga in San Francisco's Mission District. In 2014, he co-founded Turnstyle Cycle, now Boston's largest boutique indoor cycling company with four locations across the Boston metro area. David currently sits on Turnstyle's board. He is also the President of Endurance Fitness 247, a holding company that owns and operates Snap Fitness franchise locations in California, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Previously, David was a founding partner of Endurance Companies, an investment holding company, where he oversaw Endurance's fitness and consumer retail portfolio from 2012 to 2015. He began his career as a consultant in the Financial Accounting and Valuation group of Charles River Associates, and has also worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg. David holds a MBA and a MA in Education from Stanford, and a BA in Economics from Colby College.


Mike is currently incubating a NewCo. with the RV team. Most recently, as the VP of Sales and Partnerships, Mike led revenue and built Funding Circle's US sales and BD teams from scratch. Mike was on the founding team at Endurance Lending Network, which was acquired by Funding Circle in 2013. In 2012, Mike co-founded Endurance Companies, an investment holding company based in San Francisco, and served as CEO and co-founder of Turnstyle Cycle, now Boston's largest boutique indoor cycling company. Mike first dipped his toes in entrepreneurial waters in 2010 when he co-founded Endurance Fitness 247, which he manages with David to this day. Mike began his career in consulting at Jones Lang LaSalle, the world's largest real estate services company. He graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in Government, where he was captain of the football team.

Mike enjoys hiking in Marin County. More than just hiking, he enjoys wrestling the whereabouts of some of Marin's most prized secret trailheads out of the locals :). When he's not hiking, you can find Mike at a variety of group exercise classes and practicing his down-dog at Love Story Yoga. He, on occasion, has been known to wield his guitar at Dave Matthews Band sing-a-longs.


Paul Rabil is largely known as the world's most recognized lacrosse player and is currently a member of the New York Lizards and Team USA. He has won championships at every level of competition, including four league Most Valuable Player awards.

Starting with a Facebook page in 2009, Paul has grown his audience into a broad multi-channel network of more than 700,000 fans. His latest endeavor, “Suiting Up Podcast,” is a weekly show where Paul delves into the stories of some of today’s leading athletes, entrepreneurs, and entertainers, interviewing them and unpacking the psychology of their success.

Previously, Paul operated a portfolio of fitness clubs, and also co-founded Rabil Ventures, an investment arm seeding companies like Funding Circle, Whistle Sports, and League Apps. Additionally, since 2009, the Paul Rabil Foundation has set out to assist children with learning differences by funding scholarships and building lacrosse programs at schools.

Mick Davis

Mick is the Co-Founder and current Chief Operating Officer of Rabil Events, a lacrosse events business built under the Rabil Companies umbrella. The mission of Rabil Events is to create great lacrosse experiences by the best players in the world. Prior to operating Rabil Events, Mick Co-Founded Turnstyle Cycle in 2014, spearheading the companies’ operations as COO through the first two years of business. Mick began his career as a Private Equity Analyst for Endurance Companies, an investment holdings company, where he provided investment analysis and broad support across the companies’ portfolio. Mick graduated from Dartmouth College with an AB in Economics in 2013; he was a 4-year letter-winner on the football team.

A Seattle native, Mick holds has a special love for the outdoors, coffee, and "good" music. As a moonlighting fitness instructor, you can sometimes find Mick in his 2nd office - a spin studio packed with stationary bikes, sweaty bodies, and bass-heavy club anthems.