Tim Wamsley M.S.
NCSA Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (CSCS). ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C)
Background: M.S. in Health and Human Performance.
6 years Personal Training experience. NCAA Division 1 Strength and Conditioning coaching experience. 2 years experience as a Research Exercise Physiologist. 2 years Geriatric exercise experience
Trey Fisher, Trainer
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C), B.S in Exercise Science (Fitness Specialist)
Background: B.S. in Exercise Science. Pursuing M.S. in Human Performance. During my time at Liberty University I was able to compete on their cross country team for one season as a walk-on athlete. After that season I was injured from the intense training. A year later I was able to run at a high level again and competed collegiately as an unattached athlete. During those years I ran 15:14 in the 5k, 8:57 in the 3k, and 4:31 in the mile. Since then I have worked with several populations in physical therapy clinics and in athletics. My goal is to use my experiences to help my clients achieve their fitness goals.
Crystal Rettstatt, Trainer
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C),
B.S in Exercise Science (Fitness Specialist)
Background: I gained a lot of knowledge and experience in fitness training as a player, coach, and student. I was a student-athlete for Liberty University Women’s Soccer (LUWS) program, played semi-pro, coached for Jefferson Forest High School, and then Student-Coached for LUWS. I have seen the strengths and weaknesses of many fitness coaches over the years and have pulled in to my training the aspects of greatest importance. It is incredible to see clients’ goals come in to fruition in the gym. Each individual comes in with different objectives in mind, we design a program specific to their needs and whether it’s pounds lost, function gained, or performance enhanced the outcome is extremely rewarding.
Mary Catherine Nesaw, Trainer
ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, M.S. in Sport and Recreation Leadership; B.S. in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise
Mary Catherine ran varsity Cross Country and Track & Field for Virginia Tech from 2010-2012. Finished 5 marathons, including the Boston Marathon, with a personal best time of 3:10:14 (7:15/mile!) at the 2017 Richmond Marathon. Placed second in the Blue Ridge Marathon in 2018, and crossed the line in first at the 2019 Anthem Star 10k.
With a background in endurance training, I understand the role of strength training and weight lifting as it relates to performance and injury prevention. No athlete or individual is the same, and it’s important to treat each client as such. I work with the people I train to find a program that works for their needs and goals, whether that is to finish their first 5k or marathon; lose or gain weight, or to achieve a healthier balance in their unique lives.
Brian Marple, Trainer
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C); NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS); FMS Certified (Functional Movement Screen) B.S. in Exercise Science (Fitness Specialist)
My educational requirements have exposed me to a variety of training environments including athletic performance, testing and evaluation, strength and conditioning as well as an internship in a personal training setting. This has allowed me to work with unique clients of all ages with goals ranging from strength, weight loss, weight gain, wellness, and athletic conditioning. Everyone is different. Therefore, as a trainer, I believe it is my job to individualize each program to tailor fit the needs, goals, and abilities of each person I train and be able to modify or progress those programs as their fitness levels evolve.
Avery Bullock, Trainer
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C), B.S in Exercise Science (Fitness Specialist), B.S. in Exercise Science