Meet our world class personal training staff
Personal Training at RallySport
As Colorado’s largest personal training gym, RallySport boasts an elite team of experienced and knowledgeable fitness professionals dedicated to helping others achieve optimum wellness. When you make an investment in personal training, you make an investment in yourself. We have personal training packages to fit any budget. Let RallySport help put you on the road to optimum wellness.
Virtual Personal Training
Struggling to keep your workout feeling fresh? Let us create your individualized home Personal Training routine based on your unique needs.
At Home Personal Training Workout Creation
This one-time session includes:
- 30 minute consultation
- Your customized workout created by one of our Personal Trainers.
- An in-person (45 min) or virtual (55 min) training session to go over the routine
- A PDF list of the exercises
- After you’ve had a chance to do your program at home, we’ll schedule a 10-15 min follow up to answer questions or provide modifications
Private and semi-private options available.
$100, + $15 for each additional person
Home Routine Update Session or ongoing 1:1 Training
- Virtual 45-min workout time together
- 15-min curation time for your Trainer to make updates to your routine.
- Updated PDF list of the exercises.
Private and semi-private options available.
$85 per session, + $15 for each additional person
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During that time RallySport has become recognized as one of the leading personal training and group training clubs in the country.
As a strength and conditioning specialist for more than 20 years Erin’s passion to be both teacher and student is evident. As a sought after fitness educator and consultant, Erin works with fitness professionals to become more client centric and create lasting careers and as a lifelong student Erin has created a community of mentors who challenge her to stay at leading edge of movement science.
A former Canadian National Team basketball player and Division I basketball coach Erin’s athletic interests are now centered on endurance sports and triathlon.
Performance Enhancement Specialist
Corrective Exercise Specialist
Mentorships I and II
With over 20 years in the fitness industry, Dawna is an inspiration to anyone who is genuinely ready to create positive change in their world. Dawna uses an empowering approach to fitness training to help women build physical strength, find their inner strength, and discover new ways to grow and challenge themselves. Through her popular workout group for women over 40, Stronger Together, she focuses on all aspects of health including: strength, cardiovascular fitness, nutrition, community and personal growth.
Dawna loves working with anyone who is new to exercise. She also worked for several years in a PT clinic using her functional mobility background to help people return to activity after injury. She would love to meet with you to talk about the best way to begin your personal fitness journey.
Certificate in Exercise Physiology
Specialist in Functional Therapy
Shane Phillips has been a Certified Athletic Trainer and Fitness Coach at Rallysport Health and Fitness Club for over 15 years. He coaches and helps people at all levels of the rehabilitation – functional fitness – performance spectrum; to heal, strengthen, move and feel better.
Shane’s love for fitness began playing sports as a kid. He built studied sports medicine at the university level, and worked with men’s and women’s division 1 sports teams, as well as two internships with the Denver Broncos. Still playing any sports he can get into, and pursuing the latest information and knowledge, Shane continues to grow his appreciation and understanding for the human body.
As a rugged outdoorsman and avid fly fisherman, Shane’s adventures throughout the mountain west have instilled a first hand value for the physical abilities needed, not just in the gym or on the field, but in the realm of people accomplishing their dreams and overcoming challenges in life.
Annette Tånnander Bank was born and raised in Sweden. She came to Boulder on a track and field scholarship.
Representing Sweden, she was a two-time Olympian in the high jump and heptathlon and was on the National Team for 15 years. While at CU she earned All American status, and still holds the long jump and heptathlon records there
Following her college degree, she started working as a personal trainer at RallySport. She also coached track at CU and local high schools, co-authored a fitness book and earned a CMT at Boulder College of Massage Therapy. She is currently the jumps and hurdles coach at Monarch HS.
As a Strength and Conditioning Specialist her focus is to help each client find APPROPRIATE activities and exercises to fit their needs, goals and abilities. This includes strength, cardio and functional training, flexibility, plus postural work.
Staying active, strong and pain-free is the outcome she wants for all her clients. Therefore, her fun Nordic Walking classes are popular with her clientele.
Certified Massage Therapist
Lea transplanted to Boulder from beautiful Portland, Oregon, to pursue and merge her academic and recreational passions. Fast-forward 20+ years, she is now a veteran fitness professional with substantial experience in both clinical and applied settings and an extensive background in teaching and coaching.
Beyond academics and certifications, Lea has competed in and coached many sports, including swimming, triathlon, distance running, skiing, gymnastics, water polo, and track and field. These experiences afford her a personal understanding of what it takes physically, mentally, and emotionally to engage in all levels of exercise. Thus, her fitness programs are effective, efficient, and fun! Lea meets people wherever they are in their fitness journey to help them reach their goals while understanding and empathizing with the potential challenges they may face.
Aside from personal training, Lea is the Founder and Head Coach for the Mojo Trails running group and has been teaching Anatomy and Physiology courses at Regis University for over a decade. In her free time, she enjoys trail running, hiking, camping, skiing, mountain biking, and rock climbing with her husband, Justin, and three energetic kiddos, Erik, Ethan, and Eli.
B.A. Sports Medicine, Physical Education, and Secondary Education, with P.E. and Health Endorsements.
M.S. Exercise Physiology
Ph.D. Health & Human Performance (in progress)
Performance Enhancement Specialist
Corrective Exercise Specialist
Integrative Body Conditioning
Level II Ski Instructor
Prior certifications include: USAT Triathlon Coach, AFAA Group Exercise Instructor, and Emergency Medical Technician.
After being a competitive Figure skater in high school, Rhonda Mansell decided to follow her passion for health and wellness by studying Exercise Science at the University of Texas. With over 35 years in the fitness industry,she has the experience of working with a wide variety of clients, from the aging senior to the competitive athlete. An added certification in Muscle Activation Techniques allows Rhonda to have expertise in helping clients deal with injuries, chronic tightness, pre/post surgery, injury prevention and improvement in athletic performance. In her spare time Rhonda likes to race cyclocross, weight train, hike, camp, run and skate ski.
“My goal is to help each client reach their full potential in a supportive and caring way.”
For more information on Muscle Activation Techniques please visit MAT Journal.
Certified Group Fitness Instructor
Jordan’s passion is helping people develop healthy relationships with their bodies. He utilizes multiple modalities to facilitate a customized fitness experience for his clients. He has expertise working with people experiencing pain, setbacks or limitations that prevent them from doing what they love to do. Jordan strives to help clients unlock the body’s natural ability to heal and subsequently for his clients to experience their optimal level of fitness and health.
Jordan’s education and teaching experience includes yoga, pilates, strength training, human performance, functional movement analysis and fascial stretch therapy. In 2012 he created a fitness program called BodyLanguage. This program incorporates his approach to training and also serves as a training opportunity for other fitness professionals.
Jordan has worked at RallySport since 2005. RallySport and Boulder have been the perfect place for Jordan to fulfill his constant curiosity about the human body in motion.
Jordan lives in Boulder with his wife Lyndsay and children Graham and Avery. In his free time he enjoys building, designing and restoring homes and furniture.
Southwest State University
BS in Kinesiology, Biomechanics
Specialist in Functional Performance
Founder of BodyLanguage
Megan is a health and fitness professional at RallySport. She has been devoted to human movement for as long as she can remember, beginning with her involvement in sports as a child, adolescent, and adult. She is a dedicated gymnastics coach and is passionate about helping adults (and youth adults) achieve a higher level of health and fitness. She thoroughly enjoys working with all ages and encouraging everyone to find some kind of movement or fitness routine that they keeps them looking forward to the next time they get to “move”. Megan has worked as a personal trainer since 2013 and is a Muscle Activation Specialist (MAT).
Vicki Hunter is a certified Foundation Training Instructor as well as a Certified Lydiard Running Coach. She coaches athletes of all levels and abilities but is particularly attuned to the needs of ultra-runners. She qualified for the 1988 Olympic Marathon Trials in a time of 2:49:24 at the 1987 Twin Cities Marathon. She has run the Pikes Peak Marathon a total of 12 times placing as high as 3rd overall female. She still competes in races ranging from 5k to 50 miles. Vicki holds herPh.D.D in Political Science and is now retired from CU where she taught for 23 years. She teaches several classes including deep-water running, running drills and Foundation Training. Her approach in all of her classes and instruction is to apply the principles of Foundation Training to find the most efficient movement possible. In addition, she is available for private Foundation instruction and coaching.
Level 1 & 2
Kristyn Imdorf is a Personal Trainer, Swim Instructor, and the Aquatics Director at RallySport.
Kristyn was a competitive swimmer and has 15 years of swim lesson experience and 8 years of personal training experience. Her recurring tendinitis proved not only how important it is to refine your swimming technique, but also how valuable coupling strength training with sport is to prevent injury. She was an All-American qualifier in 1 event and top 20 in the state of Pennsylvania in 3 events. While she no longer competes, she believes it’s important maintain a well-balanced lifestyle by staying active while still enjoying life outside the gym.
Kristyn moved from the Northeast to Boulder in 2017 for the lifestyle change and extra sunshine. After checking out a bunch of different gyms in the area, she fell in love with Rally and has been working there ever since. In her free time, Kristyn enjoys hiking, snowboarding, traveling, cooking, and hanging out with her French bulldog, Louis.
James Madison University
BS in Kinesiology
Exercise Science concentration
Exercise Physiologist/Health Fitness Specialist
Coach Dominique, or “Dee”, brings her commitment to and passion for evidence-based practice to RallySport, applying her strong scientific background to program design with the notion that each individual deserves a progressive plan that is uniquely tailored to one’s strengths, weaknesses, and goals. Her coaching philosophy is based on empowering her clients to realize their potential and build self-confidence throughout the process. Dee enjoys working with individuals of all backgrounds, ages, and goals, from beginner to elite. She works on everything from functional movement and corrective exercise, to sport-specific training and athletic conditioning. Her specialties include run and triathlon training, biomechanics/gait analysis, performance nutrition, and strength training for injury prevention.
Dee brings her energy and enthusiasm to work, with the hopes of inspiring a love for the process in others. She was a DII Cross-Country and Track & Field athlete and competes at the international level in triathlon. She teaches anatomy/ physiology and pathophysiology for FRCC.
A.T. Still University
M.S. Kinesiology, Sports Conditioning
University of New Haven
B.S. Biology, Pre-Medicine; Biotechnology, Forensic Science
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Precision Nutrition Level 1
USA Track and Field Level 1
Kate has been working as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the last 17 years in California, specializing in Corrective Exercise, Performance, and Nutrition. In addition to working 1:1 with athletes of all abilities at RallySport, Kate writes strength and sport-specific training programs for elites and professionals as a USAC and USATF certified coach.
Offering deep experience that goes beyond the gym floor, Kate is also a health and fitness contributor for top media outlets like Outside Magazine, Women’s Health, and POPSUGAR. Learn more about Kate at kateligler.com!
Correct Exercise Specialist
Performance Enhancement Specialist
Certified Nutrition Coach
Dr. Pat Helma
Dr. Pat Helma is a new addition to Rallysport. He maintained a private practice in Florida for 30 years working with 2 local high schools as their team physician, as well as a physician for the Professional Beach Volleyball, Professional Surfing, and National rodeo tours. In 2007, he was awarded the Sports Chiropractor of the Year for the United States. Dr. Helma lectures throughout the country on sports injuries, concussion management, and Foundation Training. In 2019, he moved to Boulder, CO to work at RallySport as a Chiropractor and human movement specialist teaching Foundation Training.
“With Foundation Training, I believe I’ve found the missing link between training and recovery. By restoring natural fundamental movement patterns, building true core and posterior chain strength, injury risk is reduced, and the body moves from a more balanced position. Foundation Training not only reduces pain but opens a road map to fitness, giving you the tools to go and do whatever you want with assurance. I like to look at Foundation Training, not as a replacement for anything you are already doing, but a complement to everything you do.”
National University of Health Sciences
Doctor of Chiropractic
BS – Human Biology
University of Florida
Food Science and Human Nutrition
Southern California University of Health Sciences
Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Physicians