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Kelly has her M.A. in Exercise Physiology from Columbia University and B.A. in Outdoor Recreation Business from the University of Maine in her home state. It was in Maine that Kelly developed her love for all things outdoors, which in turn brought her to Colorado in 2012 to enjoy all of the outdoor pursuits it has to offer. She is an ACE certified Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer and holds many specialty group exercise certifications including cycling, TRX, Zumba, Pound, and a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training.
Kelly believes that health is not one part of your life, but rather the sum of it all – a culmination of a healthy mind and body via physical activity, nutritious eating, and mental peace and awareness. When she isn’t coaching, you can find her skiing, mountain biking, climbing, hiking, running rivers, or watching G.N.A.R. and Chevy Chase comedies.
Rachael received her B.S. in Kinesiology – Exercise Science from Iowa State University and has been working in corporate wellness since 2015. She is a Chicagoland native but had the opportunity to move to Denver and is loving every second of it! Rachael is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer as well as certified in TRX, barre, PiYo, and cycling. During her time out of the office, she can be found coaching gymnastics, exploring the city & mountains of Colorado, or whipping up food in the kitchen.
Rachael defines a healthy lifestyle as being able to have balance! Without a balanced lifestyle, you are less likely to achieve you goals. But with balance, you are still able to achieve your goals and actually enjoy the process! Each person has their own definition of health and it is my job to help in the process of making it enjoyable and maintainable.
Nick received a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland in 2012 and has been a fitness professional for over 6 years. Nick is from Pittsburgh and moved to Denver in 2018 with his wife and pet corgi, Procy. Nick is an A.C.E. certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor, as well as an A.C.E. Orthopedic Exercise Specialist (Specializing in shoulder, knee and low-back injuries), A.C.E. Functional Training Specialist, Schwinn Cycling Instructor and is currently working towards completing an American Cancer Society “Cancer Exercise Trainer” certification.
Nick believes in a well-rounded approach to health & wellness that covers everything from exercise and nutrition to your mindset and R&R. I enjoy helping members and clients to build a positive view of fitness. I help people to make one small change at a time and watch those small changes transform into BIG changes towards a healthier, happier YOU. Come challenge me to a ping-pong game outside Club CenturyLink anytime!