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Our Team

  • Randy Hauer

    Randy is a USA Weightlifting National Coach, Advanced Sports Performance Coach and Totten Training Systems Advanced Olympic Weightlifting Coach. He is also a level 4 Rossiter System fascial stretching, pain relief and mobility practitioner. As an instructor for the USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Weightlifting Coaches Course he has trained and certified hundreds of new weightlifting and sports performance coaches in Colorado and Wyoming. From 2007 to 2009 he was a Team Leader Instructor for Pavel Tsatsouline’s Russian Kettlebell Challenge certifications.

    With 30 years of experience, Randy has helped athletes from youth to master to professional ranks get stronger for a variety of sports such as Cross Country, Track and Field, Mountain and Trail Running, Cycling, Obstacle Course Racing, Basketball, Softball, Timber Sports, Olympic Weightlifting and Kettlebell Sport.
  • Blake Nelson

    Blake is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and is certified to train Natural Movement through MovNat. He has an athletic background in team sports including hockey and lacrosse; in recent years he has turned to strength training, bouldering and parkour to stay fit.

    “I find training so rewarding because helping someone get stronger and move better is literally empowering. They feel better, look better and become more confident every day.” Blake believes the best way to achieve fitness goals is with a simple, progressive approach. “Mastering new movement skills stimulates the body and the mind. Taking the time to practice a movement takes commitment but it gets results.”

    Blake’s approach is to build people up and help them grow. “I want clients to end their sessions feeling strong and energized, not worn out. I want them to take that strength and energy out into the rest of their day and the rest of their life!”

    Questions? Email Blake at zahir.funes@gmail.com

    Interested in 1-1 training with Blake? Schedule an appointment here.
  • Bert Abbott

    Bert is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, a USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, and an NSPA Certified Speed and Agility Coach. Her background is originally in secondary science, health, and outdoor & physical education. Her passion is competing in Ultimate Frisbee, where she captained her team to a National Championship in 2017.

    As a coach, Bert is particularly invested in helping teams and individuals move their work in the gym and on the field from simply exercising to specific training that helps achieve their goals. She loves working with athletes of all ages and skill levels, leveraging her understanding of the different ways people learn and develop to get everyone to the next level. She’s especially interested in experimenting with integrating advanced training methods to help folks reach their athletic potential, including Olympic Weightlifting, triphasic training methods, and integrated speed and agility technique work.

    You can find her writing on exercise science for ultimate in Ultiworld‘s Tuesday Tips column and her thoughts on equity in ultimate in her column for Upwind Ultimate, BertBrain.

  • Bridget McElvain

    Bio coming soon
  • Traci Bennett

    I have been a life-long competitive athlete. I dabbled in soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, and Crossfit. I’ve experienced both sides of the coin: being an athlete and being a coach. After several injuries, I transitioned from a competitive athlete to coach, to mobility specialist. I slowed down to focus on the quality of movement rather than the intensity. I have a deep drive for helping others find their groove. My chronic injuries eventually led me to find Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) and Kinstretch. It helped me realize I didn’t have the necessary prerequisites to perform the movements and motions safely. FRC and Kinstretch are movement enhancement systems that empower you with the tools to mend current and mitigate future injuries. It has given me a whole new perspective on my own training and how I approach training others. I want to help people move and FEEL better, while imploring them with the knowledge and means to fix themselves.