FITNESS/YOGA COACH & FITNESS DIRECTOR
Contact Info: 513.509.0853 or [email protected]
AKA: Organized & Clean QUEEN!
Posse: Husband-Chris Knobe Son-Cole and Daughter-Olivia
Born: Blizzard of '77 in Dayton, Ohio
What does the culture of T2BB mean to you: Accountability, we encourage you to do your best every day safely; an extended family of the community.
Favorite exercise: Sledge Hammer & Tire
Least favorite exerice: Sprints
What do you do when you're not whipping people into shape? Spending time w/ my husband, son Cole and baby Olivia, usually on the boat on Jackson Lake.
If you were a superhero who would it be & why: Wonderwoman of course!
Guilty indulgence: Dark Chocolate Turtles
ACCOLADES: BS Marketing, Licensed Massage Therapist, Kripalu Yoga Teacher, FMS Certified
Specialities: FORM! FORM! FORM! Reading the body & listening to it is key!!!
Contact Info: 347.994.0654 or [email protected]
AKA: The Torturer. Just Kidding. I prefer to be the Encourager.
Posse: The Lenz family and my awesome husband David Vandenberg.
Born where: St. Johns Hospital, you know, the one on Broadway.
What does the T2BB culture mean to you: I was attracted to T2BB's welcoming environment, individualized training programs and T2BB's whole lifestyle approach. Sleep, stress, nutrition, recovery and mindset have just as much impact on your health and fitness as strength training and cardiovascular work.
Favorite Exercise: Barbell Deadlifts and Chin Ups.
Least Favorite Exercise: Any variation of a bridge and the old 24's.
What do you do when you’re not whipping people into fitness shape: What do the majority of the people in Jackson do? Play in the great outdoors of course. I bike, hike, ski and snowboard. I am also a sucker for circus arts; Silks, Lyra and Spanish Web are among my favorites. Adding stamps to my passport. It's a big world, full of amazing places to see and people to meet.
If you were a superhero who would it be & why: I fully admit my knowledge of Superheros is limited so I took an online quiz. It says I would be Superwoman. I am lean, muscular and feminine. Honest and a defender of the innocent. Sounds great to me, I'll take it!! I don't know about the whole cape thing. It seems like it would get in the way.
ACCOLADES: American College of Sports Medicine-Certified Personal Trainer, BFA in Dance. Certified in: Kettlebells, ViPR, pre and postnatal training, FMS, Precision Nutrition and Labanotation (the notation of movement).
Specialties: Focusing on the positive and working on the negative.
Contact Info: 307.690.3495 or [email protected]
Contact Info: 307.413.1621 or [email protected]
Posse: Holly (wife), Copper (Pomeranian Corgi dog), Charlie (Puggle Greyhound dog), Sirus Black (tabby cat)
Born where: Flat lander from Michigan
What does the T2BB culture mean to you: Community within a community. I am proud that each partner (previously referred as member) has a common interest to produce fitness results. The time and effort we put in to the science of training, extra mile and customer services are recognized in every partner’s hard work to excel.
Favorite Exercise: Kettlebell Snatch
Least Favorite Exercise: TRX atomic push up burpee
What do you do when you’re not whipping people in to fitness shape: Supporting my wife in her career adventures, cuddling with Copper because he apparently does not get any pet time (ha), running, jumping, flipping, chasing, throwing with Charlie because he never tires and throwing hair ties to Sirus. I also enjoy everything from mountain biking to MMA athletically.
Guilty Indulgence: Buttered theater popcorn & peanut M&M
If you were a superhero who would it be & why: Wolverine – never get sick, cold, or injured plus I would live forever, imagine that, Augie forever, scary!
ACCOLADES: BS Exercise Science from Michigan State University; License Physical Therapist Assistant; NSCA – Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist; 5th degree Black Belt; FMS – Functional Movement Screen Certified; Athletes Performance – Mentorship Phase 1; Continuing Education junkie
Specialties: Program training design, recognizing of imbalances in body & movement, general nutrition, body transformation, augmentation of sport speed and agility, kickbox karate, Grey Area Training (transition between the end of Physical therapy and the beginning of conditioning), core performance, and group training.