My name is Seth Hunter. I am Co-Owner of and a Strength, Conditioning, and Nutrition Coach at Resilience in Springfield, TN, my home town. Coaching was something I fell into when the carpet got ripped from under me. Growing up, I always disdained the norm. I despised school, I hated that everyone was forced to learn the same way at the same pace, and I had a general resistance to anything organized, even sports. But, like a good boy, I abided, followed the rules, and scraped by in school with a C average.
David Cook “Cookie” is the co-founder of Cookie Cuts nutrition/ personal training company, Boxing coach, personal trainer, online health coach, NPC competitor and Registered Nurse.
David has struggled with depression the majority of his life and he attests that fitness has saved his life. He first fell In love with fitness around the age of 18, after struggling with being overweight his entire life. He then competed In and won his first bodybuilding competition when he was 19 years old.
Team athlete Brooklyn is a CrossFitter, music lover, and overall fitness junkie. Before she found her passion for CrossFit she was a professional model and singer weighing in at only 120lbs and 5’9”. She realized that it was more important to set a healthy example for those who looked up to her than to starve herself to maintain a certain image. Today, she’s put on 30lbs of muscle and vowed to always take care of her body over anything else.
Growing up, basketball was my passion and running was only something you did while playing basketball, unless you were being punished for not performing! Running became something spiritual during my first 50k. Lost on the course at mile 28, I was tired, frustrated, and ready to give up, and those familiar feelings of depression and anxiety returned. At that moment, something happened… I heard the wind, saw the trees, and felt how alive nature really is. I instantly knew that the rest of my life would be spent on trails chasing long miles and facing every challenge that I could find to fight back those demons.
Team Athlete Kate Dial is a Nurse Practitioner at an orthopedic practice in Nashville Tennessee. When she’s not working, she’s in the gym. She and her husband Tim were both college basketball players so being active has always been part of their daily lives.
Jarrod Houston is a multifaceted strength and conditioning coach with a very diverse background in sports. He is often called “The Go To Guy” because of his innovative and one of kind approach to training. When it comes to fine- tuning, specific training, and taking your overall game and athletic ability to the next level he has been pegged as the trainer who knows how to individually design and get you there.
Nandor Tamaska is a husband, father, Marine, and a fitness coach. He’s spent the last 14 years in the fitness industry with a desire to help people who truly want to see a change. Nandor has worked with athletes, celebrities, teams, house wives, businessmen and women all with varying goals and fitness experience.
Channéll Holmgren is an Entrepreneur, Certified Personal Trainer, Dietetic Technician and Life Coach. Owner of Inspired By Purpose® and Inspire Me Mommy™.
As an 11+ year fitness and nutrition professional, Channéll's philosophy is performance based for all fitness levels from athlete to senior citizen. Her passion is educating and improving overall health/wellness/ performance through integrative fitness and nutrition approaches: training the mind, body, spirit.
Christi Bowling, MS, RDN, CSSD, LD is a Masters Level Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with 11 years of experience in corporate wellness and sports nutrition. She is certified in both Sports Dietetics and Adult Weight Management. She attended David Lipscomb University and earned her Masters degree from the University of Kentucky
Team NutriFitt Athlete and 80/20 Fitness Founder, Kevin Bazile spent over 6 years observing the habits, routines, and daily struggles of his clients. As time passed, he grew to understand the true formula to gaining results; nutrition, exercise, and accountability. It takes 80% nutrition and 20% exercise to gain and maintain results, hence the name “80/20 Fitness”.