Nathan takes a hands on approach to coaching, communication being key to coach-client success. With this approach, Mountain Biking athletes show the most gains, not only getting stronger, but gaining skills…or as Nathan calls it, FREE SPEED! Give Nathan a call, text, or email, ask him questions, and see where WTF can take you to achieving your goals! firstname.lastname@example.org 936-581-3221
- FIST certified for bike fits
- USA Cycling Level 3 Coach
- 2012 Dirty Dozen MTB Race, Warda – 1st Single Speed division, Overall and Fastest Lap
- 2012 Pace Bend MTB Race – 1st Pro Men
- 2012 IronMan Texas – 10 hours 38 minutes
- 2012 TMBRA Series – 2nd Overall Pro Men
- 2012 XTERRA Waco – 1st Overall
- 2011 Ironman Texas – 10 hours 44 minutes
- 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007 CB & I Tri – 1st AG
- 2010 Houston Marathon – 3:25:34
- 2008 Huntsville Half Marathon – 1st AG
- 2008 Primal Quest Montana – 7 days 5th place (Team MOAT)
- 2007 Webster Duathlon – 1st AG
- 2007 Fast & Furious Duathlon – 1st
- 2007 World Short Course Duathlon Championships Gyor, Hungry – 20th AG
- 2007 World Long Course Duathlon Championships Richmond, VA – 5th AG
- 2006 Super D MTB National Champion
- 2005 Marathon XC MTB National Champion
(Silver – Super D and Bronze – Short Track)
- 2005 NORBA Series MTB Champion
- Multiple time Texas State MTB Champion (Beginner – Expert – Pro Titles)
John has been riding since 2010. He has been a USA cycling Level 3 coach since 2012 and works with power and heart rate. Understanding the nuances of life, Coach John takes clients lives into account, with work, family, and other variables to make the most out of training. Coach John is a big believer in indoor training to focus on the necessary power for desired intervals, he even has a private cycling studio set up at the house for clients who want that group feel in a safe, controlled environment.
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Born and raised in a small town in Ohio, Leah attended The Pennsylvania State University, earning a degree in Kinesiology. Following an internship at Cooper Aerobics Center in Dallas, Texas, she attended graduate school at The University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a masters degree in Sport Science and Nutrition. After working as an Exercise Physiologist at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Leah made the switch to personal training and group fitness, which she has been doing for the past five years.
For her personal fitness, Leah is an avid distance runner, and she has an on-again-off-again relationship with road cycling.
- NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
- ACSM Clinical Exercise Physiologist
- TRX Suspension Trainer Level 2/ FORCE Certified
- Mad Dogg Spinning Level 1 Instructor
Leah’s goal is to create well-balanced workouts that are fun and uplifting as well as challenging and physically demanding. Leah truly believes that, with proper motivation, people can always push
themselves a little harder, and they will be rewarded for their effort. In addition to achieving appearance and strength-related goals, Leah wants people to focus on how their training creates increased quality of life outside the gym.
Leah will be available for one-on-one and small group personal training; she will also be teaching an array of group fitness classes.