NETA – Group Fitness Instructor; ASFA Kettlebell Instruction :

Certification: NETA – Group Fitness Instructor; ASFA Kettlebell Instruction
Hobbies: All outdoor recreation including hiking, camping, snowboarding, canoeing. Cooking and EATING!!!
Why I workout at CF: The Philosophies of accountability, teamwork, motivation, and adaptability strike the same cord as my ideas for living my life. Being a lifelong athlete is one of my goals and being surrounded by like minded people will not only help me achieve that goal but will also make me a better person in the end.

Training Experience
Lifelong Athlete
The Philosophies of accountability, teamwork, motivation, and adaptability strike the same cord as my ideas for living my life. Being a lifelong athlete is one of my goals and being surrounded by like minded people will not only help me achieve that goal but will also make me a better person in the end.
Training Skills
  • NETA – Group Fitness Instructor 100 %
  • ASFA Kettlebell Instruction 100 %

Meet Other Trainers

Marshall got his start in Corps Fitness when Chris still taught classes in area parks and fields. Encouraged by Chris, Marshall entered the Got the Nerve Triathlon and since then competed in many triathlons up to the Half-Ironman Distance. Swimming the San Francisco Bay from Alcatraz is one of has favorite race memories. He teaches Functional Fitness for Runners, and Spin and Krank Class that incorporates spinning/kranking, plyometrics, and low-impact circuit training. Marshall also coaches Cross Country and Track and Field at Berks Catholic High School and is the owner of Peak Coaching.
    I enjoy training at Corps Fitness because the workouts are not only challenging but rewarding. I always leave with a heightened sense of accomplishment. I was immediately hooked and after the incredible change I saw in my mind and body, I now want to give back. My goals are to help others reach their goals, and have the same rewarding experience that I have had at Corps Fitness!!
      ​I will never forget the first time coming to a CF class. I remember thinking "this isn't working out" and this isn't for me. But by then it was too late. A fire had been lit on the inside, my natural instinct to continue the fight with an obvious weakness had kicked in, so I came back. I was more of a drop in athlete for many years until last year at the All out in Berks challenge.​ Even after being gone and training at other CrossFit gyms I knew that with all the warm welcomes and a few hugs that Corps Fitness was my home and I needed to come back. So its been almost one year and I love it. We are a family. We train together, eat together, share in our achievements, and receive help with our weaknesses. CF is my home and will be for as long as possible. If I can share one thing with anyone in regards to training it would be: Never give up, even after you fall or fail, keep showing up and continue to put in work because one day its going to pay off.