Coaches

cfpc-coaches-dakota Dakota Boring
Dakota has been involved in CrossFit for over 2 years and got started when he met some friends invited him to his first class.  He discovered there was a new gym opening close to his home, got involved and became a coach.  Before CrossFit he played football for 6 years. Mobility is his thing. “Moving well + feeling good = my goal”.  His first workout was “100 Burpee Pullups”.  He has a Level 1 Certification, CrossFit Mobility Certification, and Catalyst Olympic Lifting Coach Level 1.
“Mental game is the hard part, physical stuff is easy.”
cfpc-coaches-nate Nate Chapman
Nate has been doing CrossFit for about 2 years.  His previous athletics experience is in baseball, football, basketball, tennis, and track and field.  While preparing for these sports he got into strength training and fell in love with the challenge of pushing his body beyond its normal human limitations. So he started doing bodybuilding about 3 years before he found CrossFit and really enjoyed this amazing sport of constantly pushing limitations.  He has a CrossFit level one (March 2015), and my USAW weightlifting certification (March 2017).”I would like to say i know there are a lot of amazing people out there and they are doing amazing things every day. But I have to say from personal experience I have never been more amazed by people and how they can preform and how hard they are willing to go in order to break barriers and push limitation. All to simply better themselves.”
cfpc-coaches-austin Austin Tallant
Austin was raised in Walland, TN. He graduated from Alcoa High School in 2011 and played football where he was a 4 time state champion. He then attended and graduated from Tennessee Tech in 2015. While at Tennessee Tech he played football where he still ranks 5th all time in tackles and has the most starts in school history (45). Trained under Rich Froning and Dan Bailey as a football player at Tennessee Tech. He knew then that CrossFit was something he wanted to do when being coached by 2 of the best in the world. Finished 52 in 2016 open.