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Kathy Mead Fronheiser

Kathy Mead Fronheiser (M.S., USAC - Level 1 Coach, ACE CHC, ACSM EP-C) is a seasoned Exercise Coach, Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor. She has experience in an acute care wellness center facility, having assisted patients as they carry out exercise programs outlined by their provider. She works individually with clients helping to begin or to expand their exercise program as they work toward healthy lifestyle goals, weight management goals, pre-natal and post-natal fitness, or to prepare for bariatric surgery. Kathy holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University and a Masters of Science in Exercise Science from Middle Tennessee State University. She is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, American Council on Exercise and USA Cycling. Her goal is to make exercise fun and accessible for everyone.

She began competing in triathlons and cycling events 10 years ago. She has podiumed twice at the TN State Criterium (Cat 3), once at the TN State Road Race (Cat 4) and at several sprint and Olympic distance triathlons. Through cycling and triathlons, she's found a love of exercising outdoors and has a passion to share this experience with others new to these sports or looking to make improvements in their performance.


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Wilson Norris

Birthday
December 1st, 1997

Hometown
Franklin, Tennessee

Hobbies
Cycling, Swimming, Running, Hiking

Experience
Been racing triathlon since 2016
Club Swimmer throughout high school
Ran track and swam for Centre College Freshmen year
Worked two years for Swim America swim school
Spent Summer 2017 as an assistant summer league swim coach

Background
Currently a collegiate triathlete
Earned his pro-card through points at Age Group Nationals in 2017
Draft-Legal and Olympic distance racing

Coaching Specialties
Swimming, Cycling, Running

Certifications
USA Cycling (Level 3)

Favorite Quote
“I have not failed. I have just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” – Thomas Edison