Coaches

Shawn Hiller

Administrator

My health and fitness journey started in the Rural area of Northern California; Most of my time was spent Surfing, Hiking and Biking this majestic location.

In 2004, I was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident that ended a career in Law Enforcement, which set me back both physically and mentally. Due to the seriousness of my injury, I gained a ton of weight, and lost a bunch of self esteem. Determined to get back into some semblance of who I was, I turned to CrossFit. With CrossFit, I found the opportunity to be part of an environment that supports and strives to make Healthy, Strong, well rounded individuals, NO MATTER what condition your body is in. Though I will never come close to the level of conditioning I was at before the accident, CrossFit has enabled me to better manage my injury, thus, having a better quality of life.  I truly enjoy coaching CrossFit and helping people with their physical goals, as well as being a part of the great community. It is a rewarding feeling as a coach to help someone accomplish something they once thought was impossible. I am Married to a strong, beauty of a CrossFit woman for 15 years. We have 3 crazy kids and are loving life and CrossFit!

Certifications:

  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
  • CrossFit Olympic Lifting Trainer
  • CrossFit Kids Trainer
  • CrossFit Judges Course

Stacey Hiller

Owner / CEO

Quite simply, it wasn’t until I hit my early 30’s before I learned how to cook (better), tap into creativity (frugality), and in general, live Life a little more richly (experience). It was also around this time that even though I was (and still am) an involved mother of 3, I also acknowledged the dire necessity to also pursue hobbies that selfishly had NOTHING to do with my beloved offspring; it kept me sane and centered to carve out ME moments. Over the next few years, I joined the gym, found great support systems, and started the mental and physical process of becoming FIT. One activity led to another: from dance, to zumba, from zumba to cardio/strength classes, to recreational sport pole dancing. I stepped further out of my comfort zone and ran my first 5k, then mud runs. Mid 30’s, 3 kids, and I was living more than I had been because I was willing to TRY. It was around this time that I grudgingly agreed to try CrossFit with my husband, though I was scared witless since I thought I was a “lightweight” in the fitness world: what if everyone laughed at me? The CrossFit Chasm opened up and I fell headlong into the rabbit hole. Nearly 3 years into the sport, I am still both humbled and empowered by what I can do, what I will do, what my potential is. I won’t say it “saved my life”, but it sure has made it a lot more fun and rewarding.

Opportunity didn’t knock; we sought it out. As a co-owner and coach at CrossFit TBR, I am able to exercise both the brain and the body….and hopefully light the fire under other people as they pursue their fitness goals. Vanity, self-reliance, strength of mind and body, pride, determination, and (most importantly), setting an awesome example for my kids, are a multitude of driving factors to keep my momentum moving forward.

Certifications:

  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
  • CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer
  • CrossFit Mobility Trainer
  • AAFA Group Instructor
  • USAW L1 Sports Performance Certification

Corey Wofford

Head Trainer / Facilities Manager

“I started” working out” (running and lifting weights) about 8 years ago. I was trying to put my shoes on one morning and realized I had gotten so overweight that I was out of breath from just the effort it took to get shoes on! I continued on this journey with some great and some moderate success for 6 years. I would get real serious about it, working hard for months to lose some fat and gain some muscle, then to only fall off the program. 2 years ago, my dear friend Jonathan Mayfield had been hounding me for months to come try CrossFit. I had all the excuses, “I know what works for me, I have my own way of doing things etc. etc.” I knew Jonathan wasn’t going to leave me be until I proved to him that CrossFit wasn’t my thing. I reluctantly went to my first class, and have been hooked ever since.

My journey has now evolved to completing the CrossFit L1 course, and now with the Patience of the other staff at TBR, I am coaching and helping others achieve their fitness goals. It has become a passion for me to become the best “me” I can be and to help others see the potential they truly have.”

Certifications:

  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Judges Course

Cain Maxwell

Coach

“I was always very active when I was younger, but “life” managed to get in the way of my free time activities. One day a friend told me about the crazy workout he had just started. I didn’t hesitate. I called, signed up, and started two weeks later. It took me about two more weeks to really get going, but once I did, I never looked back. I love CrossFit; not just for the workouts, but, for the community as well. We are all family, and we are all in this together.

No one is interested in who is first to finish a WOD, or who is last; our only care is that we all get through the workout together as a team. I decided to take the step from Athlete to coach to help promote that community spirit through my coaching. I love to see the look in others faces when they suddenly do something that they thought couldn’t be done before. I love CrossFit, and I hope to see you at CrossFit TBR!”

Certifications:

  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Judges Course

Brista Mayfield

Olympic Lifting Coach / Trainer

Brista has been active in CrossFit since 2010. She’s competed in the South Central regional an outstanding SIX times.  She’s competed in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and most recently in 2017 in San Antonio TX.  Brista has completed courses as a CrossFit Olympic Lifting Trainer, CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer, as well as her CrossFit L1 Trainer. Her athletic background includes competing on the Texas Woman’s University Gymnastics team from 2006 to 2009. Brista and husband, Jonathan, have a 3 year old son, Beau.

Certifications:

  • CrossFit L1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Olympic Lifting Trainer
  • CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer

LISA STOUT

COACH

I was challenged by my friend to try a boot camp at a crossfit box in summer of 2010.  After just a few workouts I realized that I stumbled upon a fitness program that rivaled in every way my time spent as a collegiate athlete on the Women’s Rowing team at K-State.  There was hard workouts, sore muscles, friendship, teammates encouraging each other, early mornings, great coaches, a few tears, and lots of laughter.  After about a year, I realized that I was a crossfitter for life!

I have a B.S. in Kinesiology from Kansas State University.  I have been a Physical Education teacher for 23 years.  I have taught and coached at the collegiate, high school, and middle school levels but most of my time has been in with Elementary students.   I am now a “masters athlete” and I continue to work on my personal fitness journey as I gain first hand experience about the challenges of being an older athlete.

I have been coaching Crossfit since October, 2014.  I enjoy working with all athletes and levels and my very favorite thing is to watch someone “get it” for the first time… whether it’s a double under, a box jump, a snatch PR or completing their first WOD… the look on his/her face and the thrill that I know they feel with that success has no greater reward.

Certifications:

  • Crossfit L1 Trainer
  • Crossfit Judges Course
  • Adult and Child CPR and AED training

Jonathan Duncan

Coach

I started CrossFit in 2009 with just a background of running and lifting weights here and there at the usual type gyms. From 2009 until now CrossFit has helped me run multiple half marathons and one untrained full marathon. In 2014 I was selected to appear on American Ninja Warrior which was a huge accomplishment. I am a full-time Firefighter/Paramedic and CrossFit helps me stay in shape with its varying movements and intensities that run a linear path with what I do on the job. With my wife Kristy participating in CrossFit with me, our marriage has grown stronger and we both share a common interested that translates into supporting each other during workouts, we also love participating in couples competitions. I love learning new concepts in CrossFit and take classes any chance I get. My overall goal is to work from CrossFit HQ teaching Level 1 certification courses.

Certifications:

  • CrossFit L1 Trainer
  • CrossFit L2 Trainer
  • CrossFit Judges Course
  • CrossFit Regionals Medic
  • Ninja

Craig Ackerman

Coach

My love for sports and pursuit of general fitness started early in life. I grew up playing every sport I could get into, from baseball and football to downhill skiing and ice hockey and everything in between. I joined my first gym with my dad when I was 13 years old and never looked back. Through the years I have been a part of huge “globo” gyms, home gyms, hole in the wall muscle head gyms, and 24 hour access gyms. When I stepped into CrossFit for the first time I knew that I had finally found a model that was maintainable long term and would do the most to improve my functional strength and mobility in everyday life. I had already devoted much time and study of sports anatomy, mobility, movement technique, and sports rehab. So, it was a natural progression for me to pursue further education and training through CrossFit. I earned my CF Level 1 certification in the fall of 2014.

I do this because I love it! My own fitness is important to me but it pales in comparison to my excitement when I see one of our athletes hit a PR or achieve a movement they thought was impossible for them. Remember, if you have a question or need help just ask. It is my goal to help you achieve the highest level of fitness that you want to work towards and to help you get there safely.

Certifications:

  • CrossFit  L1 Trainer
  • CrossFit Judges Course

Bodie Wilson

COACH

My fitness journey began as a child playing baseball, football, some basketball, I was always active and playing something with my friends. In High School I played Baseball almost exclusively, I played Basketball and Football each for a year but found my passion with Baseball. I went on to Pitch in College at Emporia State University in Kansas.

After that is when everything changed. From my late 20’s to early 30’s I ate whatever I wanted and did very little exercise. I was extremely out of shape and I epitomized the term “unhealthy” I ballooned in size significantly and remember struggling to reach my feet to put shoes on and had to purchase a 40-inch waist pair of pants. That was my breaking point, and knew something had to change.

I started off by eating better, and that helped but didn’t change me the way I wanted. So next I knew I was going to have to endure the painful trek to get back in shape. I began using the Couch to 5K app on my phone, it was great, I found a new outlet in running. Something I had always hated before slowly, and I mean slowly started to become natural to me. After a couple months I had officially run my first 3.1 Miles and participated in my first Mud Run in 2012 which was the Warrior Dash. I loved it, it was a blast, and it fueled my competitive spirit and gave me something to work towards. Shortly after that race Warrior Dash sent me a pamphlet in the mail and challenged me to run their 15 mile course the Iron Warrior Dash in March 2013. It worked, 11 months after my first ever 5K race I was running a race that was 15 miles long, it was tough, but it was the distance that fatigued me. I knew I had more work to do. At the end of that race I heard about the toughest Obstacle Course Race the Spartan Race. I knew then what was next. I had 9 months to train.

I started running more, 40 – 50 miles a week and following training regimen on videos to train for Spartan Race. I thought I was ready, the day came and I had nowhere near the strength needed to complete the obstacles successfully. Something had to change. Within a week I had heard a new CrossFit Gym was opening up in Anna, I messaged owners and said I was in, and ready to start Day 1.

CrossFit was gloriously tough, I loved it, wanted more. I was seeing results quickly, getting stronger, leaner, and more importantly more fit.  Within 5 months I ran my 2nd Spartan Race and it was a success. The obstacles were much easier and I flew through the course. CrossFit had worked.

I kept running races and kept getting better, I have now run 19 Spartan Races total and will continue to use them as motivation for my training and my ultimate goal is to be a Spartan Race sponsored athlete.

I wanted to become a Coach at TBR Coach so I could give back and help others who are also on their fitness journey. I enjoy coaching athletes and helping them conquer their goals one by one. My coaching goal is to help our community of kids and young adults receive their athletic dreams with hard work and sweat.

  • CrossFit L1 Trainer

Danni Wilson

F.I.T START COACH

Danni

 

Peter Molitor

COACH

pete

  • CrossFit L1 Trainer
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