Heather Lachance Is a graduate of the National Academy of Sports Medicine where she also holds her certification as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. Furthermore she is certified as a Women’s Fitness Specialist, Youth Fitness Specialist and First Aid-CPR-AED. In 2009, Heather obtained her Bachelors of Art in Clinical Psychology with a focus in Health Science from Keene State College In New Hampshire.
Heather has owned and operated Made Possible Personal Training since 2012 where she has worked with women, men, children of all ages, shapes, and sizes. In 2013, Heather helped build FitCo Kids LLC from the ground up offering functional movement classes and nutritional guidance to children of all ages. In 2014, Heather took on the role of Director of Personal Training at Crunch Fitness in Oakland Park Florida. In 2015, Heather moved across the world to become the Strength and Conditioning Coach and Assistant Athletic Director at Kings College in New Zealand . Heather has recently moved to the beautiful city of Saint Petersburg where she is practicing in Home Personal Training.
Roger Montenegro is a Cum Laude graduate of the University of Florida where he earned his Degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology with a Minor in Business Administration in 2012. He holds a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) degree from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Over the years Roger has dedicated himself to the Strength & Conditioning Department of Olympic Sports at Florida Atlantic University and the NFL, NBA, MLB and youth athletes at Bommaritos Performance Systems. In 2013, he worked as a Strength Coach for St. Thomas Aquinas High School Water Polo, aiding the team in earning their first ever state title.
In 2014, Roger moved across the world to work in Kuwait City, Kuwait as an Athletic Performance Coach for Spark Athletic. In 2015, Roger trained clients from many backgrounds at Crunch Fitness in Oakland Park Florida. In 2016, Roger moved to New Zealand to become the Head Swim Coach and Strength Coach at Kings College in Auckland. Roger has recently moved to the seaside city of Saint Petersburg where he practices Coaching and Personal Training. Apart from personal training, Roger currently works with Performance Science in professional baseball and Fitter & Faster Swim Tour, working with Olympians and the youth in the community to become better swimmers.
A certified swim coach, lifeguard, and First Aid-CPR-AED, Roger has been involved in aquatic sports for 15+ years.
Taylor Rosssman is a graduate of Jacksonville University, where she played Division-1 Softball. While at Jacksonville U, she completed an internship with Jacksonville University Football Strength and Conditioning. Upon graduating with her Bachelors in Kinesiology, Taylor worked at Tallahassee Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy (TOSPT) where she gained extensive knowledge in corrective exercise and preventative injury. While working at TOSPT, she graduated from the National Academy of Sports Medicine where she holds her certification as a Personal Trainer and Pain Management Specialist. Taylor recently moved to St. Petersburg from her hometown, Tallahassee, Florida.
Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Exercise Science. While at UNC she completed an internship at the University of Northern Colorado Cancer Rehabilitation Institute and obtained a Cancer Exercise Specialist Certification. Caitlin also holds a certification as an Exercise Physiologist from the American College of Sports Medicine. She is currently attending the University of Tampa to further her education and obtain a graduate degree in Exercise Science and Nutrition. Prior to moving to Saint Pete, Caitlin spent time overseas in China and Japan for 8 years.
Tootsie is an experienced tail wagger and kiss giver. She is our Gym Dog, she will greet you at the door with love and affection and make sure to tell you to work hard in your workouts if she sees you slacking. She will constantly remind you that we are keeping St. Pete fit through your hard work. If you get lucky, she might make you do her version of “cardio.”