- Marcela P Owner
- Matt C Coach
- Myali M Coach
- Sarah O Coach
- Stephanie P Coach
- Mariana T Coach
- Tina D Coach
- Tom M Coach
- Jens W Coach
- Jessie S Coach
- Brett K Coach
- CrossFit Level 1
- CrossFit Level 2
- CrossFit Olympic Weight Lifting
- CrossFit Kettlebell
- CrossFit Endurance
- CrossFit Prep Coach
- CrossFit Kids
- CrossFit Running
- CrossFit Gymnastics
- Nutrition Coaching Certified
Hola and Hello! My name is Marcela Perea. I am Colombian and moved from Paris to the US in 1996. I’m married with four great kids. In 2009 I got my AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association of America) Certification and started training clients. The year of 2009 was when I left my career as a fashion designer to pursue my true passion – fitness – full time. Soon after, my clients’ enthusiasm and successes demanded further fitness offerings, so I began teaching small group boot camps. It was around that time that I discovered and fell in love with CrossFit.
In 2010, I achieved my Level 1 CrossFit Certification and began implementing some CrossFit workouts into my boot camps and personal training sessions. I felt so strongly about the benefits of CrossFit that I decided to get to get all the certifications I could and always working on getting more. I am truly a CrossFit certification junkie! CrossFit has certainly changed my life in a big way. It is fun, challenging, and effective for me, and my clients. Once you see the benefits of CrossFit, I know you will feel the same way.
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Matt has been involved in CrossFit since 2013 when he started taking classes at CrossFit 100 after making a switch from MMA training. A former high school and collegiate athlete, he continues to compete at the local, regional and national levels in Masters CrossFit competitions and currently holds a CF-L1 certification. Matt also holds an engineering degree from the University of Notre Dame. When not in the gym, he works as as attorney practicing intellectual property law. Matt resides in Bayside with his wife, Kim and their two sons, Mathew, Jr. and Colin.
Hello! My name is Mya Moore. Although both of my parents have been doing CrossFit since I was 8 years old, it wasn’t until my junior year of high school that I was interested in trying CrossFit.
Growing up I tried and played just about every sport I could, with soccer always being my main sport. However, after 10 plus years of playing soccer I decided that it wasn’t something I cared to continue. With this change I needed a place to put my competitive energy so I decided to give CrossFit a try and immediately fell in love.
I am one of the younger athletes at the CrossFit 100 but there has never been a moment where I did not feel part of the family that has been created over there. I get to meet so many amazing new people from all walks of life. The inclusiveness, positivity, and the determination in the atmosphere is what made me want to get my Level one. As a coach my goal is to keep this atmosphere every day to give the people of the community a safe and happy place to get stronger physically and mentally. For me CrossFit has made me a better person in every aspect of my life and I am overjoyed to be help make others better as well!
- CrossFit Level 1
- CrossFit Level 2
- CrossFit Kids
- Crossfit Adaptive Athlete Certified
- ACE Personal Trainer
- Pre/Post Natal Fitness Trainer
- Schwinn Indoor Cycle Trainer
My interest in how the body moves and functions was sparked at a very young age. I grew up surrounded by strong athletes, beginning ballet at age 2 and continuing through high school, where I was a competitive track athlete. In college, I played varsity squash. As an adult, I continued to be very active, running the Boston Marathon in 2003, as well as competing in many 1/2 marathons, triathlons and road races. My interest in fitness ultimately lead me to become a certified pre/post natal fitness instructor, personal trainer, group fitness instructor and CrossFit Coach.
My passion for fitness lead me to CrossFit in 2012 where I fell in love with its diversity, intensity and community. Every workout leaves me challenged both physically and mentally, something I have yet to find in any other fitness endeavor. As a coach, I am grateful to witness how CrossFit empowers, inspires and motivates the athletes who come through our doors. It’s my goal to be the best coach I can be, inspire others to challenge their physical limits and feel accomplished, proud and wanting more!
Athletics have been a part of my life since I can remember. Competing in a variety of sports, I found my true passion in track and field and was involved with the sport in some facet: competing, training, coaching: for over 25 years. WOW does that make me feel old. When I decided to leave the field of education and peruse my Doctorate in Physical Therapy, I left coaching track at the high school level and dabbled in many other areas of recreational sport from triathlon competing and coaching, to rock climbing, to teaching spin classes at the WAC. I never truly felt the same level of fulfillment that I did with track until I walked into CrossFit 100 in 2012! Since then I haven’t had the need to search for another activity. When I graduated from Marquette with my doctorate, I had a little more free time, thus I began coaching at 5am on Wednesday mornings.
From gymnastics at a very young age to soccer, track, basketball, and volleyball, I have always had a love and a need, really, to move and play. As an adult for many years, the only way I knew of to stay active was to go to the gym and lift weights. While I learned from my bodybuilder friends how to properly execute an Arnold Press, or what an RDL was, I was missing something. I was missing the excitement of competition, practicing and honing new skills but mostly I was missing the camaraderie. Until I found Crossfit. Not only did Crossfit provide the gratification of learning new skills, and the satisfaction of pushing myself to new limits constantly, but through Crossfit, I also learned about nutrition, self-care, mental strength, and pure grit than I ever imagined I would. This was truly and quite literally life-changing.
As a coach, I want to share this passion and knowledge and help others become the best version of themselves.
For a long time I considered myself a “gym rat”. You could find me in the weight room, the cardio machines, in Spin class just about every day of the week. After having two kids, I was still plugging along doing the same boring routine when I given a challenge by a family member to complete a triathlon. I started participating in both triathlon and running events in 2004 and have completed a variety of sprint and half ironman distance triathlon, as well as cycling events, half marathons, 10K and 5K races, with a full marathon on the horizon in 2012. In 2005 I began to help others achieve their triathlon goals from the coaching side as part of a team of coaches providing group training for women.
- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
- Crossfit Level 1
- Golf fitness
- Pre-natal Training
My name is Tom, I am a fun-loving and relaxed personal trainer; certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and Crossfit Level-1. I also have specialty certifications in golf fitness and pre-natal training. My client base extends between up-and-coming youth superstars or professional MMA fighters, to seniors recovering from replacement procedures or sedentary individuals looking to increase their overall activity levels.
My well-rounded and diverse background aids me in working with anyone from beginners, to both intermediate and seasoned athletes. Personal training is my passion, and I try to make working out fun and rewarding.
My underlying enthusiasm for physical training lies in my commitment to help clients live pain-free. Through a personal experience with back pain, I understand the impact a physical injury can have on your emotional and physical well-being. Because of this learning experience, I also specialize in creating individual programs for injured athletes that will not only get them back on the field, but also lead to improved performance. From athletes to anyone looking to improve their ability to accomplish day-to-day activities, I strive to work with my clients to increase their quality of life.
In addition to helping my clients achieve their fitness and wellness goals, I enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle incorporating Goruck, rafting, running, golfing, camping, and hiking. I strive to constantly learn and grow, and I am currently pursuing additional certificates to further my knowledge on nutritional health and massage therapy.
- CrossFit Level 1 Training
- Circuit Training
- Core Training and Strength
- Conditioning with Weights
- Certified USAW-L1
Hello, my name is Jens Wöhlbier I’m a coach at Crossfit 100. I’ve been involved with Crossfit since May 2015 when I gained my CFL1 – trainer certificate. I truly believe in the Crossfit methodology 100%. There is no other strength and conditioning program out there that is more advanced in training the body physically and mentally to prepare one for the unknowns or whatever life throws your way. As a coach I am constantly trying to improve my knowledge when it comes to bettering my athletes in ways that will shape them for tomorrow. Be better everyday, this thought comes to me every morning. So with that in mind that’s how I approach coaching.
Hello! My name is Jessie Schaub. I have been training at Crossfit 100 since 2010. When my youngest child was about a year old, I was ready to get back to my own health and fitness and found Crossfit was just what I needed. I have always been active, studying classical ballet until age 18, running track in high school and competing on my high school dance team. As an adult, I missed that feeling of being part a team and the thrill of pushing myself to the limit. I love that Crossfit allows me to keep my competitive spirit alive and to be an athlete, again. Since my husband and two kids train with me, it’s also the perfect family activity!
My passion for technique and movement, and my background in teaching elementary school and kids fitness classes at Crossfit 100, naturally led me to coaching. I am Crossfit Level 1 certified and enjoy focusing on the basics with new and seasoned athletes. Moving well is key to getting stronger, faster and more fit! I also love healthy eating and cooking and using nutrition as a tool to improve my fitness.
I love our supportive and motivating community at Crossfit 100. The energy is our classes is contagious. Join us, or, for a one-on-one experience, contact me about personal training sessions.
My name is Brett Keiper and I am currently a student at Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon. I have been a competitive athlete all my life. I played baseball, football, basketball and rugby as a kid and throughout high school as well as two years of playing college baseball at Concordia.
Growing up, I was very active, but I didn’t start working out until I got into high school. I was introduced to the sport of CrossFit in high school and did a workout every once in a while. It wasn’t until the summer of 2015 when I truly began doing CrossFit and joined CrossFit 100’s box. I received my CrossFit Level 1 – Trainer certificate in the summer of 2016.
I love the competitive environment of CrossFit and how it pushes people to their limits. It makes them better day in and day out; not only physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. No matter how young, old, healthy, or unhealthy you are CrossFit will benefit every stage of your life. Exercise is medicine and CrossFit is the dosage everyone needs!