Eric Ellenwood
Eric EllenwoodPersonal Trainer
Eric has always had a tremendous passion for fitness, nutrition and overall health coaching. He has consistently strived to learn about exercise science and nutrition to better himself personally for over twenty years.
He utilizes this knowledge, along with his numerous professional Certifications to help others. His repertoire of clients run the full spectrum from completely sedentary to elite athletes, ranging in ages from 15 to 92.
Wyatt Scott
Wyatt ScottPersonal Trainer
Fitness has been a part of Wyatt’s life since he started playing football when he was young. Wyatt completed both of his internships at Virginia Tech Sports Medicine with their Athletic Training Department helping take injured athletes from the football, volleyball, track and field, tennis and swimming and diving teams through rehab protocols and performing on-field coverage at events.
After graduation, Wyatt moved to Denver in March of 2014 which is when he started personal training. Outside of training Wyatt is an avid climber and hiker – He moved to Colorado to get lost in the mountains.

Wyatt’s main focus is on helping the client create a positive lifestyle change. Physical activity, nutrition, stress management and consistency are the cornerstones of his programming. He believes if he can help people achieve balance in these areas then results are guaranteed.

Wyatt has helped clients with weight loss, increasing their strength, ski and bike conditioning and performance, training for sporting events such as marathons and Tough Mudders. Many of his clients were brand new to exercise or fitness who he helped become confident and self-sufficient in a gym setting. Wyatt also specializes in a muscle therapy called Muscle Activation Techniques (or MAT) that not only helps people rehab from injuries and pain, but also helps prevent injuries from happening.

Kara Mayock
Kara MayockPersonal Trainer
Kara is originally from the Massachusetts/Connecticut area. She moved her family to Pine, Colorado in 1997.  As a professional working mom of three children living in the mountains, exercise was a key element to maintaining a healthy work/life balance. 
She immediately took advantage of mountain sports, including climbing 14ers and regularly skiing/boarding with her children.

Kara has always been an exercise enthusiast. However, after experiencing the Personal Training difference as a client of Core Progress, she decided to put her passion for exercise and nutrition to good use and received her Certification as a Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) in 2016.

Her philosophy on maintaining a healthy lifestyle is based on creating a realistic balance between nutrition and exercise. She knows firsthand that you can achieve results and maintain a healthy lifestyle without sacrificing all of your free time and fun.

Kelly Mcelhiney
Kelly McelhineyPersonal Trainer
Kelly is 24 years old from Bettendorf, IA. She has a strong background in athletics playing soccer, golf, basketball, snowboarding, and running cross-country and track & field since she was young.
Last May, she graduated from Iowa State University with her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. With 1.5 years of experience in Division I weight rooms, completing a semester long internship at ISU, and a full year internship at CU-Boulder helping train all athletic teams, she is ready and willing to get anyone ready for the sport of living life. Upon completion of her internships she became certified through the NSCA as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist.
Josh Van Tine
Josh Van TinePersonal Trainer
Josh moved to Broomfield, where he grew up, when he was nine. He went to college at the University of Northern Colorado where he wrestled while receiving a degree in Sports and Exercise Science.
During his Junior year, Josh did his internship at a physical therapy clinic which gave him valuable experience in injury prevention. After his internship, he went down the path of personal training and has observed at the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center.

After college Josh decided to become certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in order to help others improve and achieve their goals. Even though he wrestled through college and had a strength coach, when he was done Josh struggled to work out on his own. Knowing he was not the only one, this is what ultimately finalized his decision to pursue personal training. Josh has a background in sports training and strength training for fat loss.

In his spare time, Josh likes playing volleyball and wrestling, but still enjoys watching cartoons.


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