Jason Colleran is an exercise professional with over 10 years of experience in the industry. He has been involved in sports all of his life, having played professional baseball and has earned gold and silver medals in several national grappling tournaments including NAGA, US Grappling, Copa America, and recently won the advanced super heavyweight division of Grapplers Quest.
Kristin recently moved here from Oklahoma, where she competed for four years in varsity softball and track with three state championship appearances.
KateSaid Fitness is operated by Kate Ideker of Atlanta, GA. In addition to being a 45 year old mother of two beautiful children, former speech therapist, and owner of KateSaid Fitness Pilates and Functional Training Studio, Kate is also a Polestar Pilates instructor, a StrongFirst (RKC) Kettlebell instructor, a Heartzones certified cycle instructor, TRX certified and an ACE certified Fitness Professional.
Chris is an experienced trainer who specializes in sports performance and speed training. He deals with all types of sports performance having played every sport from football to hockey while growing up. He also played division one football and had a brief career professionally. Chris is a passionate and enthusiastic trainer who found his love for the gym while he was playing college football at Eastern Illinois.
John Cotton is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer with 21 years of experience and is highly motivating! He's a member of IDEA and has developed an excellent reputation in Atlanta with his personal training methodology that produces significant results for clients within weeks. He attended Syracuse University, and studied exercise science and business while minoring in nutrition.......
Clayton Meeks is an athletic performance coach with over 10 years of experience coaching a range of things from sprint training, Olympic weightlifting, Muay Thai, and personal training to name a few.
Ken has lived in Atlanta since 1994 when he moved here from California to attend Clark Atlanta University. . He was a sprinter and hurdler at CAU when a reoccurring injury cut his collegiate career short. Being an athlete himself, Ken has always be drawn to a profession in sports medicine and athletic training, he graduated with a B.S. in Heath Education in 1997.