COACHES

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Kristina Gasser

– Owner/Head Coach

– CF-L1 Certified Trainer

  • CrossFit Level One Coach

Hi!! I’m Kristina Gasser, owner of CrossFit Structured.  I was introduced to CrossFit in December, 2013 and I haven’t looked back since. In my mind, the CrossFit methodology epitomizes all the best parts of sport. I strongly believe that every human can improve their quality of life with a well-planned functional fitness and dietary program. When I’m not at the gym you’ll find me either playing with my family or continuing my education for my passion of peak human fitness and nutrition. I truly love to teach and share my knowledge of the sport of fitness. Most importantly, I am here to make sure that everyone who walks through our doors feels like a necessary part of our community and to see that you all achieve your goals.

My interests include: Eating pain and spitting out results, dropping it like it’s hot, riding dirty, getting busy, NOT making excuses, huge gains, sweat stains, tight thighs, butts and guts, eating Sushi and anything BBQ’d, PR’s, Squats and Deadlifts, loud music, eating RP, food snobbery, good coffee, a good red beer and CrossFit. Did I mention eating?

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Evan

– CF-L1 Certified Trainer

  • Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Certification
  • Self-Appointed Commissioner of Fun

Hey all! My name is Evan and I’m your friendly neighborhood Spid…I mean CrossFit Trainer. I was fortunate enough to spend four years as a Division 1 Pole Vaulter at the University of California, Berkeley (Go Bears!) where I trained with many of the world’s greatest athletes and coaches, some of which have even gone on to win medals at the Olympic games! I started CrossFit in January 2016 and started coaching only a few short months after. I’ve learned an incredible amount in a very short time and I’m excited to share it all with you. If I’m not at the gym or coaching, then I’m definitely at the theater watching the newest movies (The Mummy (1999) is a personal favorite of mine!). Also I love answering questions so please feel free to ask me anything (and I mean anything).

My interests include: movies, coffee, superheroes, more movies, pizza, full-depth squats, any and all things “Nerd” related, and laughing.

My interests include: Eating pain and spitting out results, dropping it like it’s hot, riding dirty, getting busy, NOT making excuses, huge gains, sweat stains, tight thighs, butts and guts, eating Sushi and anything BBQ’d, PR’s, Squats and Deadlifts, loud music, eating RP, food snobbery, good coffee, a good red beer and CrossFit. Did I mention eating?

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Henry Ulloa

My name is Henry Ulloa, just to start thank you guys so much for checking out our page here at Crossfit Structured ! I know that if given the chance, our coaching staff would take strides towards helping you with your fitness goals. Regardless of the level of experience you may have, we could all use a little push as well as a few pointers along the way. Feel free to come try us out at no cost.
Now, as for me and my fitness I’ve definitely come a long way from where I had been ! All throughout middle school and most of junior high I was over weight and couldn’t have given you one pull up if I really wanted to (crazy to think.) I came to a point where I realized I wanted better for myself and my body.
When I started working outt it was through sports such as basketball and soccer. Over time I felt as though it wasn’t doing much for me so I made the switch over to Muay Thai which quickly became my favorite pass time. I had done kick boxing for about 3-4 years and was slowly coming into my own athleticism. When I entered high school I played football and realized there was a whole new set of skills I wasn’t quite up to speed with yet, so I did my best to become a better athlete in all different areas such as strength, endurance, balance, etc…
After football season came to a end I was convinced by a friend to try a season of Rugby, this quickly became my favorite sport by far. I had played all throughout high school and played collegiate Rugby for 2 years. It was during this same time I had started doing Crossfit here and there since my mom had already been doing it for some time. I was only going during the off season between sports, or whenever I had the time. After doing Crossfit for about 6 months I realized this was the sport for me. It was about 2/3 years after joining that I decided to get my Level 1 to become a trainer and be more involved with the gym and members. It’s been about 3 years now since I first started coaching, it was and still is so amazing to see how far people progress in that time when they put their best foot forward. I hope to keep helping/pushing people along the way and have the same people help push me to be better.