Adam Morgan
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
USAW Sports Performance Coach

I started doing CrossFit in my garage in 2006. At the time, there were no CrossFit gyms in the area, so my friends and I started collecting equipment. I’m excited that the word is finally out, and that I can help people get to a more fit place in their lives.


Jennifer Morgan
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
USAW Sports Performance Coach

I was not necessarily athletic growing up, however, I was on the track team in grade school and was involved in the dance club and pom poms in high school. During college, I was a gym rat. But I soon realized how much I hated it primarily because I never saw any improvement in my strength or the way I looked or felt. I started rock climbing in 2002, which I loved and still love because it offered me the kind of physical and mental challenge I needed. But it wasn’t until I started CrossFit in 2009 that I realized how un-fit I truly was. I was hooked immediately and went for my certification the following year. I’ve been training clients ever since and I love what I do. I am always learning new things and ideas, on my own, through my clients and from other trainers. And I hope to bring everything I learn to whomever wants to learn from me.


Eric Robinson
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
CrossFit Mobility Certification

As a kid I was never really sport oriented. I played the usual pee wee baseball and later in life took Tae Kwon Do and played some softball and started running. Then in 2010 my friend Adam invited me to come workout with him in his garage. I accepted the invitation and never looked back. CrossFit has and continues to challenge me not only physically but mentally and I plan on continuing this journey of fitness to the very end. I received my CrossFit Level 1 Trainers certificate this year and look forward to working with Adam and Jennifer in promoting health and fitness to those who are willing to push themselves further than they have ever done before.


Andy Bueno
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Height: 6’0″

Weight: Between 205 and 211.5 lbs.

Favorite Workout: Double Murph

Favorite Food: Skittles

As a youth I played high school sports, but never really excelled and in my early 20’s I spent my time in the gym lifting weights, but I never truly felt like I was “fit”. I found CrossFit by accident and after my first workout I was hooked, it’s the camaraderie and friends that I’ve made, the competitive atmosphere and the challenge it brings to me both mentally and physically that inspires me to keep coming back.

CrossFit has changed my life and helped me overcome many of life’s challenges. I’m excited to be a part of the Bronco CrossFit team of coaches where I can share my experience and help others achieve Fitness.


Lily Woolsey
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

I started CrossFit in 2011. Long story short it changed my life. Career-wise, Financially, Socially, Emotionally and of course Physically. It’s made such a huge impact in my life that I am extremely passionate about it. I believe that the greatest secret to success is helping other people become successful and happy. I hope to lead the way to a strong, healthy, happy life for my clients! Bring the hunger for it…I will provide the tools!


Amber Appleton
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

I started Crossfit in January 2015. No research, no planning, just grabbed a friend and tried. It was the best thing I’ve ever done for myself. I’m living proof that you don’t have to be a pro, beast, addict, or a rx’d CrossFit nazi in order to get results. You have to TRY & eat right. That’s it. I scale almost everything. I don’t lift near as much as most. I’m not fast. I don’t kill myself. I go four times a week and TRY.
Becoming a Coach was scary, but not trying to become a Coach was even scarier. My kiddos are my motivation. My oldest son recently wanted to play tackle football. There is a weight limit and he was very close to it. That’s what lit a fire under me. I wanted to be able to train him and others properly and safely. I want others to feel as strong and accomplished as I do when I leave the gym. If you finish first – Great! If you finish last – Great! Whether you do 50 burpees in 3 minutes or 10 minutes, it’s still 50 burpees!
~Don’t wait until you’ve reached your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take toward reaching that goal. ~