Trainers

Find the right personal trainer to achieve your fitness goals.

Kelli Coleman

Kelli Coleman

Fitness Coord/Personal Trainer

Studied Exercise Science at DePaul. Certifications: National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer (NASM CPT), Power Plate, Malcolm X Basic Personal Training, Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM CES).

About: I went from being morbidly obese and a borderline diabetic to a world's level competitive power lifter and a personal trainer. En route to being a physique competitor and getting my IFBB pro card. She can also play the entire saxophone family.

Philosophy: Everyone is an athlete at heart. No matter what size, shape or fitness level. Stay consistent and trust the process. Never settle.

Kelly Good

Kelly Good

Personal Trainer

Bachelors from Oakland University in Performance Arts, NASM and AFAA personal training certifications, experience in mat Pilates, Cycling, Dance, Corrective Exercise and Nutrition

About: She has competed in natural body-building since 2012 and is a 3 time reigning World Champion Fitness Model

Philosophy: Kelly is also a trained opera singer and voice coach. Her passion from health and wellness stems from performing arts and using her body as an instrument.

Bryce Kampfe

Bryce Kampfe

Personal Trainer

BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh, National Council on Strength and Fitness Certified Personal Trainer (NCSF CPT), Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach (Pn1), USA Swimming Certified Coach

About: I swam competitively for eighteen years, most recently as an NCAA Division I student-athlete for the University of Pittsburgh. I was also very active in other sports growing up. Between playing basketball for eight years, football for six, tennis, and (more recently) golf, I have a very diverse athletic background.

Philosophy: As a lifelong athlete, I specialize in the utilization of training methods as they relate to overall health and function, as well as sport-specific applications. Mobility, strength, and power are concepts that may be generally associated with athletics but are truly vital to the wellness and longevity of all populations. Training, at its core, is about being—and feeling—healthy.