Wendy has over 30 years experience in the fitness industry, co-owning Body Dynamics for the last eighteen years. She has managed wellness and group exercise programs in large club settings before designing a more intimate environment that helps her stay in touch with the clients fitness experience. She was named on the "Top 100 Trainers in the Country" list published by Men's Journal magazine in 2004 and 2005. Wendy holds a MS degree in Exercise Physiology and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, Bosu, TRX (to the Sports Medicine Level). Wendy specializes in "hunting down" the movement patterns that need help, preventing or alleviating pain that comes along with this syndrome. She consulted with the US Ski Team as a core rehab specialist for 10 years and loves assisting all levels of fitness from wheelchair to Olympic athlete and many in between. Wendy has contributed and written articles for many fitness magazines. Some can be viewed in our "in the news" section.
Cyndy has a diverse set of skills to offer you as a result of over 30 years of experience in the fitness and health fields. Cyndy combines the disciplines of traditional Functional Core, Injury Rehab and Prevention, Corrective Exercise, Sport Training, Cross Training, Equestrian Cross Over, Yoga, Pilates, Stability Ball and Tai Chi, to create what she calls Functional Fusion Fitness. Through her experience with these disciplines she will create programs that are individual to the client that will encompass their entire life, not just the hour in the gym, to develop and improve in overall health, physical and mental well being.
Some of her career highlights:
Over 50 Fitness is Cyndy's newest specialty and offers workshops for this subject entitled "Get Strong with Age".
Aerobic and Fitness Director for Aspen Cub Fitness and Sports Medicine Institute for 9 years.
She was awarded several distinctions for her outdoor cross training programs as "Best in the Rockies", and recognized as a national presenter and lecturer in the field of fitness.
At 20 years old, I was a competitive athlete who was supposed to be in my biological prime. Instead, I was in chronic pain and moved like I was over the hill. This became unacceptable to me, so I began studying the human body, how it works and how to make it work better. After digging into the fields of biomechanics and human physiology and applying the principles to my own training, I experienced accelerated results. At 35, I now feel better and move better than I did in my “prime” and share what I’ve learned in the service of others who also want to feel better and move better.
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA
Advanced Specialist of Functional Performance and Therapy, FASTER Global