Kerrie Gotell

Kerrie Gotell Head Coach & Owner

Favorite amp up song?
All things Gangsta

Favorite movement?

Front Squats

If you could only eat one thing for ever what would it be?

Cheezits!

What’s your go to Nutrition Tip?

I have so many! Nutrition is different for everyone, just like fitness, there is no one path or right way. The biggest thing to remember is practice consistency. Consistency is more important than anything you could possibly implement. We beat ourselves up for eating “bad”. Let go of the self criticism. Be consistent with what you’re practicing. Don’t let a bad meal turn into a month of bad choices.

Biggest strengths in the gym?

Squats, body weight movements and mental push. If I stop you know I’m dying.
Biggest weakness in the gym?

Anything overhead

Biggest Fitness accomplishment?
Every year I get stronger, that is my biggest accomplishments. To be able to continue to progress year to year is what keeps me driven.

 

Favorite Quote?
“No one has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which the body is capable of” – Socrates.

 

Being born healthy is a privilege! As we grow old we will lose some of our abilities that seem so simple now. My job is to help people discover what their fitness potential is so that years from now those regrets won’t exist.

 

What would you tell your 20 year old self?
Spend less on the tight jeans, high shoes, nails and nights out. Spend more time in the gym and figuring out what you’re passionate about. Surround yourself with people who do the same. Your 30-year old self will thank you!

Certifications & Experience

  • Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant
  • SCW Certification in Sports Nutrition
  • Precision Nutrition Certified L1 Coach
  • Certified TRX Trainer
  • Crossfit Level 1 Trainer
  • Crossfit Kettlebell Trainer
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • CEU’s attained in following:
  •  Myofascial release and Mobility techniques.
  • Treatment and re-hab of the shoulder, knee, hip, spine, pelvis and sacroliliac joint
  • Gait analysis
  • Balance training for geriatric population
  • Benefit of Tia Chi for the Parkinson patient
  • Benefits of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)
  • Core to extremity strength training
  • Nutrition for women