AND the bolte fitness team
OWNER AND HEAD COACH
B.S. IN NUTRITION, EXERCISE, AND HEALTH SCIENCES - UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
CERTIFIED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGIST, ACSM
PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM ATHLETICISM COACH
THE FEMALE ATHLETE COURSE
USAW L1 SPORT PERFORMANCE COACH
BARBELL REHAB METHOD
I've been in the fitness industry for over 10 years but it wasn't until I had my first baby that I saw the massive gaps in the women's health, fitness, and athleticism space.
Women are commonly experiencing symptoms such as prolapse, diastasis recti, and navigating major life events like pregnancy and postpartum with little to no support.
Typical fitness programs, gyms, and coaches frequently do not consider the needs, struggles, or real lives of busy moms and parents.
The "look" that fitness and some women's health spaces have tends to be oppressive and excludes BIPOC, LGBTQ+ , people living in larger bodies, and other folks in marginalized bodies.
Many folks have had disappointing, disrespectful, or intimidating gym experiences that have put them further away from their goals and training entirely.
This is exactly what motivated me to build a welcoming, educational, anti-oppressive space - both in-person and virtually - to better support the women and folks that I get the opportunity to work with.
I can help you to feel confident in the gym and in life, and to gain power, capability, knowledge, and the support system you need to do all the things you love without hesitation.
When I'm not coaching or in the gym, you can find me working on DIYs (I'm all about those power tools!), getting way too into Target, and hanging out with my husband, three kiddos, and our dog, Hazel.
The BOLTE FITNESS TEAM
ISSA CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
ISSA CERTIFIED NUTRITION COACH
PRE/POSTNATAL FITNESS SPECIALIST
PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM ATHLETICISM COACH
Hi! I'm Tara.
I coach the CAKE nutrition program at Bolte Fitness and am also behind the scenes copywriting, creating, designing, and doing background business things.
I get a liiiiitle passionate / involved with the things I care about and I have 4 kids, so I tend to have a lot on the go! This why I thrive on systems, shortcuts, and finding creative ways to reach goals. If something isn’t working, I want to find a better way. This is what led me to start coaching in a way that’s a little outside of the norm.
So many folks are overwhelmed when it comes to fitness and nutrition and have been told to focus on all the wrong details and ways of thinking. It is also deeply frustrating to see the harmful ways that typical fitness culture upholds oppressive values. I am so proud to be a part of Bolte Fitness and to do things in a way that is inclusive and better.
My favourite thing is to take what feels like an overwhelming challenge for someone and help them find a solution. I love showing the folks we work with that they can make small, manageable changes that will add up to make a massive difference in their lives.
You can usually find me spending copious amounts of time talking with Anna, renovating my little vintage trailer, reading, or watching a really bad reality show.
USA SWIMMING COACH WITH 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
AMERICAN RED CROSS PROFESSIONAL RESCUER
200 HOUR REGISTERED YOGA TEACHER
AMERICAN SWIM COACHES ASSOCIATION LEVEL 2 WITH DRYLANDS CERTIFICATION
Hi, I'm Quincey! I coach the Recess kid's program at Bolte Fitness.
I grew up on the lake, could waterski before I could walk, and was the original “studio kid” at my mom’s yoga school in Benton in the 90s - complete with a high pony and unitard.
My fitness interests have ranged from waterskiing, swimming, weight lifting, CrossFitting, personal training, dance parties in my mom’s empty studio with the studio stereo blaring, yoga practice, and simply enjoying time outside.
What I truly value in a coach I learned from my own coaches. My goal is to be who I needed when I was younger.
All movement for littles needs to be fun and intentional (with the emphasis on FUN.)
My 3 main goals for my athletes in each session are:
1. To do something they are proud of.
2. To do give their best effort.
3. Be kind and respectful to themselves and others.
I want each athlete to experience the feeling of success and accomplishment after a challenge.