Cole Alexander Mills

Cole has garnered over fifteen years of Latin DanceSport experience, winning more than 25 national competitions including a national title.  During these years he played football and lacrosse in high school, and went on to play rugby at Montclair State University. In 2012 Cole was accepted into the Department of Theatre and Dance at Montclair State University where he began training classically in Ballet as well as in Modern dance.  The following year he was nominated for the 2014 Princess Grace Award, and performed work by Frederick Earl Mosley at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. By his junior year he began dancing with a Modern dance company based out of New York, while being featured as a soloist at Montclair.  

On top of a power-lifting fitness regimen, Cole created a movement based philosophy that allowed him to increase his power output and flexibility at the same time.  This “Adaptable Movement Philosophy” enables an athlete to target specific muscles with various stretches, and unlock mobility in areas that are often neglected by professional athletics.  This connection allowed a faster, stronger, rebuilding of muscle tissue, and an overall more efficient athletic ability that he used on stage.

This past year Cole performed in Miami, Florida, with the SWAY Show produced by Max and Val Chmerkovskiy, and graduated Montclair State University with a B.F.A in Dance Performance.  Currently, Cole is working with professional athletes as a movement coach using his adaptable movement philosophy, and signed with Bloc Talent Agency NYC.