Bubba Brocard

Bubba Brocard

Bubba is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, owner of CrossFit 120, and a personal nutrition coach. Before opening CrossFit 120, he was the Head Lacrosse Coach / Assistant Football Coach / and a special education teacher at Wheeler High School for 5 years. Bubba has the experience training high school athletes in the weight room for years in preparation for their respective sports. He has a BS in Sport and Recreational Management. He is Adult CPR/AED certified.

He was introduced to CrossFit by a friend in 2009 and has involved ever since. Bubba loves what CrossFit has done for him and wants to help push other people to reach and exceed their personal health and fitness goals while forming lifelong friendships within the CrossFit community. Bubba has been a lifelong athlete both playing and coaching football and was a competitive year-round swimmer for 10 years.

Outside of CrossFit, Bubba is an extreme sport enthusiast. He is an avid wakeboarder and snowboarder and he loves what CrossFit training has done for his riding on the water and snow. Bubba also enjoys spending time outdoors on the lake with his loving wife (Gretchen) and son (Quentin), and with friends.

Gretchen Brocard

Gretchen Brocard

Gretchen is a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer. She has been a CrossFit athlete since the summer of 2009. She was introduced by a friend who knew she was bored and uninspired by the same old gym routine. Although Gretchen enjoyed playing various sports in school such as basketball, volleyball, softball, and track and field, she was always looking for something more engaging and challenging. Since CrossFit, Gretchen has been amazed at not only how her own body, health, and overall life has changed, but how others have changed as well. She has seen herself transform from an average person who cares about fitness to a true athlete, all thanks to CrossFit. CrossFit has really allowed Gretchen to excel in her job as a Cobb County Firefighter!

Gretchen loves coaching others, pushing and encouraging them to reach goals they never thought they could. She wholeheartedly believes that through consistent training, clean eating, and the amazing CrossFit community support system that thrives in each box, people can change their lives. No matter what age, experience, or level of fitness someone comes from, Gretchen believes CrossFit can help people realize potential they didn't even know they had.

Outside of CrossFit Gretchen enjoys hockey, music, playing outside, and spending time with family and friends.

Katy Wilgor

Katy Wilgor

Katy is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer. She was introduced to CrossFit by Coach Dan MacDougald in 2006 as a member of the Georgia Tech Women's Rugby team. She loves the way CrossFit makes her look and feel but most of all she loves being a part of the CrossFit community. As a CF-L1 Trainer, Katy hopes to help others realize the tremendous benefits of CrossFit as well.

In addition to rugby, Katy also played lacrosse at Georgia Tech and Walton High School. Katy is a high school chemistry teacher and former lacrosse coach. When not CrossFitting, Katy enjoys horseback riding, camping, and spending time with her family. She plans to get her first muscle-up by the end of summer.

Jon Kim

Jon Kim

Jon is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer and also has his ACE certification. He grew up playing any and every sport possible. Jon mainly enjoyed and did his best in football, wrestling, basketball, and various forms of martial arts. He grew up in Marietta GA but finished out his high school at Oak Ridge Military Academy (1999) and college at Appalachian State University in North Carolina (2004). After moving back home to start a career Jon also ended up reaching the heaviest weight he had ever been (250lbs) and made a conscience effort to get back into shape. He stuck to his learned fitness program of lifting (varying load and reps), working core, and finishing up with some sort of cardio. He was able to lose weight, get stronger, and enjoyed exercise and how it made him feel. This also made him want to help others experience the same which opened an opportunity for Jon to get his ACE certification and work at a local gym.

After some time his fitness program plateaued and he began to lose interest in the traditional method and sought out new programming which lead Jon to CrossFit 120. Needless to say his 1st experience was a humbling one and he was hooked from the start. Something about not being able to perform certain movements/standards made him want to learn and improve, to become a better athlete. This also led Jon to get his Level 1, which in his opinion was worth every penny and was very eye-opening. Now he enjoys coaching the members at CF120 and competing with fellow co-athletes.

Jesse Feller

Jesse Feller

Jesse is a CrossFit level 1 trainer. He is a lifelong athlete having played a variety of sports including baseball, soccer, basketball, and football. Jesse found CrossFit in 2011 shortly after graduating from Georgia Southern University. He quickly became convinced that CrossFit is the best general physical preparation program and has since competed in several local CF competitions.

Outside the gym, Jesse enjoys watching Atlanta's hometown sports teams, mountain biking, and golf.

Frank Monreal

Frank Monreal

Frank is a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer, CPR / AED, AEMT and USAW certified. He has been a CrossFit athlete since the winter of 2012. He was introduced by a friend who just opened up a new CrossFit box. Frank is continuously working on improving his lifts as well as helping others with their form. CrossFit has really allowed Frank to excel in his job as a Cobb County Fireman.

Frank loves to coach as well as encouraging others to reach goals they thought were impossible.

Outside of CrossFit, Frank enjoys spending time playing golf and training for triathlons.

Andy Coggins

Andy Coggins

Andy is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, and a USAW National Coach. He is the founder and head coach of ALLSOUTH Barbell Club in Roswell, GA. Before coaching Weightlifting and CrossFit he spent 5 years coaching team strength and conditioning. In addition, Andy has developed 10 national competitors and has been a USAW coach on the international stage. He brings a strong passion for the barbell and its application across all fitness domains. He understands that weightlifting is one of the safest sports one can practice, so he knows that proper progression and loading are the key to longevity. He is also adult CPR/AED certified.

Andy found his love for athletic development while training for sports at a young age taking part in football, wrestling, and track and field events. Outside of coaching, Andy still enjoys training and competing in weightlifting, backpacking, or spending time out on a lake.

Kate Brun

Kate Brun

Kate is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, and has her specialty certifications in CrossFit Endurance, Mobility, and Kids. She also holds certifications in Freestyle Movement, Power Monkey Gymnastics, and USAW Level 1.

Kate played a variety of sports growing up and fell in love with long distance running at the age of 15. She has raced all distances on the track, roads, and trails from 800 M to 100 miles. After many years of running 80 - 100 miles per week, she suffered from burnout and many overuse injuries. She knew that she needed to change it up and find a new challenge. With some hesitation, she visited her friends box and couldn't believe that an 8 minute workout could be so challenging and yield results. From that day on she was hooked and motivated to work on her weaknesses and become a well-rounded, healthy athlete.

She loves sharing her passion for the sport and healthy lifestyle to others. Nothing makes her happier than seeing athletes working hard, having fun, and accomplishing their goals. Aside from the gym, Kate enjoys doing anything outside especially running / hiking on the trails and loves to travel and explore new places!

Mike MacLean

Mike MacLean

Mike is a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer, American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer, and has his Masters Degree in Kinesiology from the University of New Hampshire. Before coaching CrossFit, Mike competed as a Division One Track athlete at the University of Rhode Island. Here he entered as a 400-meter specialist and trained up to become a Decathlete. Mike has played a variety of sports including varsity football, basketball, lacrosse, and club Rugby. Mike has turned his need to train for something competitively to CrossFit, as he has competed in several competitions in New England in both individual and team categories.

Mike recently moved down to Georgia to attend Life University, and begin their chiropractic program. He enjoys all Boston Sports teams, running, board games, and music.

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