We are 925
Our coaches are all, at a minimum, CrossFit Level 1 Certified and are required to take at least one training/certification course each year (most do much more than this).
We love learning and incorporating the knowledge we have gathered from our different backgrounds and specialties into one professional, cohesive fitness program. Our coaches’ goals are to educate, motivate, challenge, and encourage our athletes while keeping them safe.
CrossFit is a high-intensity program, and high-quality coaching is an absolute must. We don't cut corners and we don't compromise.
Owner - Head Coach - CrossFit & Competitor Specialist / Ben Tyler [8 yrs exp]
Owner - CrossFit & Strength Specialist / Diana Tyler [6 yrs exp]
Lead Coach - CrossFit & Strength Specialist / Evan Balfour [10 yrs exp]
CrossFit Specialist / Evan Cook [3 yrs exp]
CrossFit Specialist / Dani Nickle-Farmakakis [4 yrs exp]
CrossFit Specialist / Emma Jewell [3 yrs exp]
Personal & Small Group Specialist / Dr. Danielle Aguilar, PT, CPT
Personal & Small Group Specialist / Jimmy Gonzales
Our goal is to improve the lives of those around us using fitness as the catalyst. At 925, we look at each person who walks through our doors as an opportunity to provide the coaching, education, and encouragement that has the potential to transform lives for the better.
Evan says CrossFit has made him who he is today - no if, ands, or buts about it. He would not be where he is today if he had not dedicated himself to healing properly and strengthening his body through CrossFit.
Evan began to realize how much more there was to being “fit” than he had previously been taught and he wanted to know it all. This is when he became hooked by CrossFit.
Coaching the whole person, not just the athlete, is my biggest passion. I chose to continue down the career path of being a coach because I knew the lasting impression that my coaches had had on me, not only as a competitive athlete for the last 16 years, but in becoming the woman that I am today.
Whether it is performing a personal best in the back squat or running 200 meters without stopping, accomplishments like this happen every day in a CrossFit gym and they are typically celebrated with heart-felt smiles, cheers, and high fives. It is a place where no goal is more important than the next and people are challenged to be better, in some way, every day. I love coaching CrossFit because it allows me the pleasure of cultivating and then celebrating the success of others that have allowed me to be a part of their journey.