Nate Grimm, MS
Nate has been studying exercise physiology the last 7 years earning a Bachelor's degree from The University of Mount Union and a Master’s Degree from Colorado State University. This has allowed him to understand the effects of exercise on the human body in populations ranging from competitive athletes to sedentary populations. His personal interests include many endurance activities such as running and cycling. He has been a competitive runner for over 12 years specializing in the 5k (15:40 PB) and more recently the half marathon (1:19 PB). This year he will make his first attempt at ultra marathon running. He also has begun to explore cycle tourism with a two month 2300+ mile tour of western Europe. He hopes to share his enthusiasm for endurance sport and healthy living with everyone he meets and coaches.
Jeff Buraglio, CSCS, ACSM EP-C
Jeff is a graduate of the University of Illinois and is an Exercise Physiologist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Jeff has been performing metabolic assessments for 15 years in clinical and research environments, and on elite athletes in MLB, NHL, US Olympic and Paralympic teams, and NCAA Div 1 football, basketball and volleyball. During the last 8 years, Jeff has focused on his love of endurance sports, working with amateur and professional cyclists, runners and triathletes. He is known for his effective, results-oriented training programs for athletic performance, fitness improvement and weight loss. Jeff combines his passion for the field with the diverse knowledge and experience necessary to help anyone achieve their goals.
In his free time, Jeff enjoys cycling, hiking, camping, kayaking and spending time with his wife, Kim, and their pug, Yoshi.