Dr. Megan Graff completed her doctorate in physical therapy at Texas Woman’s University in Houston. In addition to her DPT, Megan is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, USA Track & Field Level 1 Coach and is a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) for her advanced clinical knowledge, experience, and skills in working with patients with orthopedic conditions. Additionally, she completed her fellowship training (FAAOMPT) with the Institute for Athlete Regeneration in advanced sports & orthopedic manual therapy. Less than 1% of all physical therapists in the US have both the OCS and FAAOMPT designations – it’s quite a feat and speaks to Megan’s skill in manual physical therapy.
Nikki Ledford is a chef, nutrition consultant, and natural foods expert based in Southern California. She believes that physical health and natural movement can be best supported by a diet consisting of real, whole foods.
Nikki’s own nutrition journey was borne out of a lifelong struggle with allergies, intolerances, insecurities, and frustrations. When Nikki began to experiment with her diet — nutrition quality, food source, preparation method, etc. — she began to experience noticeable changes in her body.
Drawing on personal experience and a desire to help others with similar issues, she decided to pursue nutrition full time. In 2011, she graduated from Bauman College, a holistic nutrition and culinary arts academy, in Santa Cruz, California, moved to Southern California, and launched her own business.
In her career, Nikki has helped a wide range of people — from cancer patients to elite-level athletes — achieve health goals and improve overall performance through better nutrition. In addition to serving a number of private clients, Nikki teaches nutrition and cooking classes, maintains an L1 Crossfit coaching certification, and practices yoga regularly.
Lindsay Renteria is a 7-time CrossFit Regionals competitor who began her athletic background in gymnastics at the age of 4. She competed in gymnastics for 10 years and coached the sport for an additional 4 years. Lindsay graduated from Cal State University, San Marcos, in 2012 and has been coaching CrossFit and personal training since 2010. She makes fitness fun and has a passion for helping people move, eat, and live better. When she is not at the gym, she enjoys snowboarding, hiking, and biking along the beach.
For Ray, fitness programs and the gym are more than meets the eye. His own experience with fitness taught him commitment to himself and to his health, created new bonds of great friendships, and provided him opportunities that have been endless. In 2013 he opened his gym, CrossFit 1904, with the hopes of providing others the same opportunity and to spread the joy of fitness and health to everyone, including the adaptive community. Throughout these years he earned a number of certifications, including the CrossFit L1 & L2, CrossFit Mobility, and USA Weightlifting certs. He has been a Lululemon ambassador and worked with many non-profit organizations like Team RWB, which inspired him to work with more adaptive athletes.
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Speaking of coffee, that's the equivalent of a daily cold brew over the 21 days.