coaches

Owner, Power Performance

CrossFit Level 1 (2008)
CrossFit Level 2 (2016)
CrossFit Mobility (2012)
CrossFit Goal Setting (2012)
CrossFit Strongman (2013)
IKFF level 1, Certified Kettlebell Instructor (2010)
USKMA level 1 Instructor, Krav Maga Self Defense
CPR Certified
USAW Certification


As a gym owner and mother of two very active boys, I understand the demands of balancing a busy life with the desire to stay fit and healthy.

I enjoy coaching and using CrossFit methodology to train myself and my athletes to maintain strength and lead a balanced, energized life. I began coaching others because I believe in the life changing benefits of functional fitness and proper nutrition. My goal as a coach is to encourage individuals to make long term lifestyle changes. I have found that the scalability of the exercises and intensity of CrossFit and its base of functional movements make it a great program for individuals of all ages, abilities and fitness levels. My goal is to connect with each Athlete that enters the facility for coaching in a way that motivates and encourages them to perform at their highest level of fitness. I am committed to staying in shape, live a full life and help others find their balance. I am committed to passing on an example of a healthy lifestyle and balanced life to my children.

Favorite Exercise: Overhead Squat
Favorite Benchmark WOD: “Nancy”
Biggest Goats: Double Unders, Bar Muscle Ups

Manager, Head Coach

Crossfit Regional Judge 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016
Crossfit Games Judge 2012
CrossFit Trainer, level 1 (2010)
CrossFit Trainer, level 2 (2016)
CrossFit Olympic
CrossFit Strongman
CrossFit Football
CrossFit Mobility
CrossFit Goal Setting
USKMA Level 1 Instructor
CPR Instuctor
USAW Certification

Since discovering CrossFit in March 2009, I have been incorporating the workouts of the day (WOD) into my workout regimen. I continued doing the typical weight training and cardio routines 3-4 days a week and a CrossFit workout 1-2 days a week. I continued this schedule for 6-8 months. I began to see some definite improvements, but again plateaued. It wasn’t until March 2010 I joined CrossFit Power Performance and the breakthrough occured. Working out in the group setting, and making CrossFit my primary workout philosophy was exactly what I needed to launch my fitness level to new heights. The daily WOD’s combined with a zone based “clean” diet has allowed me to achieve goals I’ve been striving for since I began training for High school sports. I continue to set new PRs (personal records) regularly. CrossFit has become a HUGE part of my life!

As a firefighter/paramedic my level of physical fitness is paramount to my ability and success on emergency incidents. CrossFit has better prepared me (physically and mentally) for my profession, as well as life in general. I began to share my knowledge of CrossFit methodology to fellow firefighters. Several began to join me in the daily WOD’s. Seeing their improvements, and knowing I played a small part in their success, was rewarding beyond any personal accomplishment in recent history. I knew then that I wanted to be a CrossFit trainer. If you are willing to commit, myself and the other talented trainers can help you achieve fitness levels you never thought possible. No matter your fitness or exercise background!!

Personal Tidbits:
Favorite WOD’s- “Cindy” & “Grace”
Least Favorite Exercise- Overhead Squats
Favorite Quote: Keep Smiling

Coach

CrossFit Level 1 (2017)


In the Spring of 2012 I ran my first Tough Mudder and quickly discovered that I enjoyed both the physical and mental challenges of this unique sport. This lead to many more obstacle coarse races, GORUCK endurance events and ultimately the OCR World Championships. Along the way I knew I needed to change up my training in order to increase my endurance while maintaining the strength necessary to complete the obstacles.

I walked through the doors at CFPP in early 2014 and few short months later threw myself into The Open. It was a humbling experience to say the least. After about a year I jumped into my first CrossFit competition and it just snowballed from there. Although I don't compete in as many obstacle coarse races as I used to I know that if one caught my eye CrossFit would have me ready for the challenge.

CrossFit has provided me with an education on functional movements, injury prevention, mobility, nutrition and most of all friendships. I will forever be thankful for everything that CrossFit and the CFPP community has provided me over the years. Here's to many more!

Coach

CrossFit Trainer, level 1


I grew up an athlete, mainly focusing on soccer, and had tried every “boutique” gym workout available in Cincinnati. I had dabbled with some Nautilus machines and dumbbells but was never, ever a weightlifter. I found CrossFit at the end of 2013 and instantly fell in love with the sport and style of training. Since starting CrossFit, I have watched my body, mind, confidence, and outlook on life change. I love the quote from Camille Leblanc-Bazinet , “When I train, I erase all the limits and expectations of what I can do. I am powerful and anything is possible.” I love to instill this mindset into the people I coach and let them see that the possibilities are endless for them in CrossFit and in life.

I am married to my husband, David, and we have a very lively mix of 4 kids at home that we call “The Brady Bunch”. We reside in Loveland (where I grew up) and love venturing to local restaurants and breweries on the weekends. I like to keep my plate full and love keeping the balance of being a mom, wife, athlete, coach, and working part-time.

Favorite Exercise: Burpees…for real :)

Favorite Benchmark WOD: “Diane”

Biggest Goats: Butterfly Chest to Bars, Handstand Walking, and all other gymnastics that require coordination

Coach

CrossFit Trainer, Level 1 (2017)


My husband, AJ, and I found Crossfit in 2014 as a way to get in shape before our wedding. I was in my last year of dental school and had limited time/energy to spend researching what I should do to get in shape. Growing up a three sport athlete (soccer, softball and basketball) I was used to a coach planning workouts/practices. I loved the idea of going to group fitness and having a "coach" again. Crossfit fueled my competitive spirit while working out with other athletes and beating my own personal bests. There is nothing better than starting or ending my day at Crossfit. It gives me the energy I need to conquer each day and the confidence to continue setting new goals to achieve.

After 3 years of Crossfit I decided to obtain my certification to coach. As a full time dentist I wasn't planning on coaching right away, but wanted to learn more about Crossfit to improve my personal performance. After my L1 I gained an even deeper appreciation and understanding of Crossfit. A few months went by and I felt drawn to coaching so I could share this passion of mine with others.

Outside of Crossfit I love to ski in the winter and wake surf in the summer. I've finished the World's Toughest Mudder in 2016 with 50 miles and still enjoy an occasional long run. My favorite Crossfit WOD: DT Crossfit Goats: everything gymnastics- butterfly pullups, muscle ups, etc.

Coach

CrossFit Trainer, level 1
CrossFit Trainer, level 2
CrossFit Kids
USAW Certification
Silver Sneakers Classic
Yoga and Aqua
Fit Tour group classes and aquatics

I'm excited to be coaching at the gym where I first was introduced to CrossFit.

My coaching career started after I finished rowing for the University of Dayton in 2001, and includes coaching rowing at UD and the University of Cincinnati, and CrossFit and rowing classes at Diablo CrossFit in Northern California.

Additionally, I have enjoyed introducing people to CrossFit and weightlifting through 1:1 and group intro sessions, teaching movement to children via CrossFit Kids, working with several athletes with varying diagnoses of Autism, and programming for individuals who are working to overcome injury or have specific fitness goals.

Currently I work as a Wellness Coordinator providing exercise programs such as Silver Sneakers, chair yoga and water aerobics to senior citizens in the community and in our facility. I also help other employees find creative ways to stay active and understand the importance of a healthy diet.

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