Located in the heart of Butchertown, our newly outfitted CrossFit box features brand new, custom equipment and 8,000 square feet of training space. You’ll love training in our facility but you’ll also love our comfortable lounge area, dedicated mobility zone, and newly constructed locker rooms to freshen up post workout. We’d love to see you at one of our classes. Pop in and see us before any class for a quick tour.
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MEET OUR EXPERT COACHES
Head Coach/ Programmer
CSCS, CF L1 Trainer
Michael has been involved in CrossFit since 2011. He discovered his love for it during his final year of college at the University of Louisville, where he obtained his degree in Exercise Science. He was drawn to CrossFit by the intensity and difficulty of it, and the constant pursuit of mastery in so many facets of sport and fitness. It’s ability to change people’s lives, however, has kept him involved all these years.
Michael has spent the past seven years honing his skills as a CrossFit trainer, and is ready to bring his knowledge and experience to the community. He will be making our tribe stronger and more fit through his own programming for Butchertown CrossFit.
CF L1 Trainer
Bill is a 7-time Collegiate National Champion with the University of Louisville and Morehead State University cheerleading programs. Bill has also won three All-Star World Championships as an athlete and coach, and was a member of the gold-medal winning Team USA Co-Ed team in 2009. Since his cheerleading days, Bill has found that competitive drive and personal motivation in CrossFit, and loves finding new physical limits. In the 6 years that he has been involved in CrossFit, he has learned a great deal about who he is. He brings a vast array of coaching abilities and prior athletic experiences to the Butchertown CrossFit team.
CF L1 Trainer, CrossFit Gymnastics Certified
Katie has been involved with CrossFit since 2008. Growing up, Katie was a competitive gymnast. After retiring from gymnastics, she instantly found and fell in love with the sport of competitive cheerleading. This passion led her to cheer in college with the National Champion University of Louisvile co-ed squad. During and after college, Katie coached many competitive gymnastics teams and cheerleading squads. During the day, Katie works as a math coach at Portland Elementary School. She is eager to bring her love of teaching and learning to the Butchertown CrossFit team!
CF L1 Trainer, Crossfit Gymnastics Certified
After being introduced to CrossFit in 2012, Ryan was immediately hooked on the sport. Having played Division II basketball at Bellarmine University, she was immediately drawn to the intensity, competition and dedication CrossFit offered.
CF L1 Trainer
Will became involved in CrossFit in 2013. Before doing CrossFit, he played collegiate level soccer at NAIA division St. Catherine College. Will was introduced to CrossFit by a friend and quickly fell in love with it. He loved how competitive, intense and humbling a simple workout felt. Will’s natural desire to help people is the reason he chose to become a firefighter and became involved in coaching. He loves being part of a community that helps build strong, confident athletes from all walks of life.
CF L1 Trainer
Becky was first introduced to CrossFit in 2007, and has made it a serious part of her life since 2012. She is a graduate of Murray State University, where she competed in collegiate mountain biking. She has recently begun her career as a firefighter with the Clarksville Fire Department. She has always had a passion for sports and fitness and found that CrossFit fed that competitive drive and always challenged her abilities. She has competed in several CrossFit competitions, including CrossFit Regionals and the Granite Games. Becky can’t wait to inspire those joining the Butchertown CrossFit family to push themselves beyond what they thought was possible!
CF L1 Trainer
Missy was introduced to CrossFit in 2010. She was never into fitness and only played sports with her brother. Someone first asked her if she wanted to work out in a garage with no AC, and she said no. But she tried it out anyway. Filthy 50 was her first WOD and she was hooked. Missy received her CrossFit Level 1 certificate in 2017 and started coaching immediately after.
“What I love most about CrossFit is how gives you confidence, not just in the gym but in your everyday life. Being able to coach athletes, cheer them on and see them grow is such an amazing experience.”
Eric began his coaching career in 1995 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Kentucky. During his three year tenure there, he worked with every Division 1 sport except for men’s and women’s basketball. He was fortunate enough to work with National Champions in Track & Field, Olympians in Baseball and Track & Field, as well as professionals in the NFL and NBA. He then moved on to Morehead State University where was the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Men’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball. Eric holds an undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology and an MBA from Bellarmine University. He has held certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine as a Health/Fitness Instructor, National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a CrossFit Level 1 certificate. Although Eric does make a living outside the fitness industry, he has never stopped coaching on a part-time basis. Eric runs a strength and conditioning program now, focusing on teaching athletes proper technique, building solid foundations and stretching their mental capacity for training. “I believe whole-heartedly that training imitates life and what we do in the gym makes us better people in every way.”
Doctor of Physical Therapy, CF L1 Trainer
Jonathan was introduced to CrossFit in the summer of 2018. He has a background in collegiate cycling, triathlons and powerlifting. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky Physical Therapy program and has been a licensed physical therapist for five years. As a physical therapist, Jonathan has worked with patients with a wide variety of mobility and skill levels and has found a passion for helping athletes of all levels return to sports and activity. He has held certifications through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and is very excited to combine his background as a physical therapist with the training methodologies of CrossFit.