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Chris Cooper

Two-Brain Founder and Gym Owner

If Chris has a superpower, it’s the ability to make mistakes faster than anyone else. Fortunately, none have been fatal, and they can help OTHER gym owners build happier lives.

Josh Price

Owner, Loco CrossFit

I want to serve, I want to come alongside all of these owners to push them forward in training—in strategy, in tactics, to make them reach places they never knew they could, to teach them to know themselves. When we have accomplished those goals, to teach them to pass on all they have learned to the next group.

Anastasia Bennett

Owner, WOF CrossFit

I have made so many mistakes over 4.5 years running an affiliate and still learning. You name it, I have been there… Learn from my mistakes. I must admit I live my perfect day now and I would love to help you to get there as well!

Greg Strauch

Owner, CrossFit Unknown Element

Greg continues to develop his passion for helping others. Being part of the Two-Brain Mentor team, he focuses on helping local and global business owners get to their “perfect day.”

Jeff Burlingame

Owner, Friction CrossFit

You name it, Jeff has been through it. He has taken his business from a near-bankrupt tragedy to an extremely profitable, automated machine. Having now FIRED himself from the business entirely, he is ready to serve others and help them accomplish their perfect day!

Jeff Smith

Owner, Cannon CrossFit

Running a business is not for the faint of heart and something I learned long ago is to always have mentors in anything you do. Look for the people that have done what you are trying to do, ask questions, and seek guidance.

Josh Martin

Owner, CrossFit For Glory

Mentoring is about one thing: believing in others dreams for themselves and helping them create a path towards achieving them. All that other stuff is simply the means to the end – your perfect day.”

Jeff Larsh

Owner, Tidal CrossFit

“I believe that the success of what we do at Two-Brain is dependent on helping you find your own way by asking the right questions at the right time to inspire action. The rest is up to you.”

Brian Strump

Owner, Live Active Charlotte

“The best way for me to thank those that helped me in the past would be to do my best to help others create the lives they want for themselves and others."

Oskar Johed

Owner, CrossFit Medis

Oskar has an uncanny ability to find “the lead domino”, the next action that will make the biggest change. He is eager to help gym owners identify their lead domino on their way to a happier, more prosperous life.

Tammy Friedt

Owner, CrossFit TPA

Tammy is living her Perfect Day, helping entrepreneurs “create the greatest version of their businesses possible” while also enjoying freedom of time and wealth with her husband and twin sons.

Jay Rhodes

Owner, Live Active Stoney Creek, Inc., home of CrossFit Outlaw North and Feed Your Lifestyle Nutrition Coaching
Jay has been described as leading by example and setting the bar high his entire life. His areas of specialty include working alongside a spouse, maximizing revenue and profit in a small space, and much more.

Kaleda Connell

Owner, Degree CrossFit Seaforth

Though freedom of time and money can seem like an unattainable goal to many entrepreneurs, Kaleda’s mission is to teach them how to achieve it—and at lightning speed.

Karl Solberg

Owner, CrossFit Medis

Owning and operating a personal training company, a corporate wellness company and CrossFit Medis has provided plenty of obstacles and beautiful constraints. Every mistake and every victory provides opportunity for growth and improvement. Karl is eager to share whatever he can to help you getting closer to your perfect day.

Laurie Drummond

Two-Brain Team Lead, CEO of Ultra CrossFit

The CEO of her gym, Laurie is a military veteran and former advisor to the Australian Ambassador in the Middle East. She’s also a mentor team lead who excels at communication and building relationships.

Colm O’Reilly

Owner, CrossFit Ireland

Owner of one of the longest standing affiliates in Ireland, Colm achieved a revenue increase of more than €11,000 in January 2019 compared to January 2018. By January 2020, he had more than doubled revenue.

Per Mattsson

Owner, CrossFit Norrtälje, CrossFit 162 West, BoxConnect Fitness, & Physio Center
“I want my mentees to live happy lives and feel the joy and excitement of being an entrepreneur,” he said.

Ashley Andrews

Owner, CrossFit Nika

As a Two-Brain mentor, Ashley teaches gym owners how to solve the same problems she’s faced. Her mission is to build others up, and she specializes in motivational interviewing to help her mentees find their unique leadership styles.

Jeff Jucha

Owner,West Little Rock CrossFit & Cabot CrossFit

“I want you to build a business that you won’t want a vacation from, but a business that will ​still thrive when you take one anyway.”

Dan Visentin

Owner, CrossFit 416

Like myself, many clients who join Two-Brain are taking a step outside of their comfort zone to ask for help. They may even be in a desperate position. I understand the passion, commitment, and risk required to start and run a business and I want to empower and guide those who seek mentorship to live their perfect day.

Ashley Mak

CEO, Hudson River Fitness and Dragon Physical Therapy
Since opening his gym, Ashley has gone from managing all the day-to-day operations of Hudson River Fitness to serving as remote CEO. Now living in Tiburon, California, he’s able to invest his time into a new business: Dragon Physical Therapy.

Andrea Savard

CEO, Reebok CrossFit FirePower

Andrea has been running a gym since 2005, and what was once her hobby is now a thriving business with a length of engagement of seven years. She holds a degree in commerce, and her mentoring specialties are retention, community building, leadership training, and staff development and team building.

Kenny Markwardt

CEO, CrossFit Sandpoint

After Kenny worked with Two-Brain Business for two years, CrossFit Sandpoint more than doubled its revenue. It now boasts a full team of coaches and thrives in Sandpoint, Idaho—a town of just 7,000 people. As a Two-Brain mentor, Kenny’s passion is helping other gym owners become successful.

Brooks DiFiore

CEO, Arsenal Strength

Brooks started his business with a few people in his parents’ garage. Today, Arsenal Strength is a sustainable and profitable business that provides security for his family and allows Brooks to live his Perfect Day and provide career opportunities for others.

Matt VanSchoyck

COO, CrossFit Final Call

Two years into gym ownership, Matt opened a second location that achieved instant profitability. As a Two-Brain mentor, Matt uses his skills to help other gym owners build structure, overcome fear, navigate through struggle and fulfill their missions.

Russell Francis

Owner, CrossFit Jersey City

In 2016, Russell left a 29-year banking career to purchase a gym. He knows what it’s like to switch careers and jump into ownership, and he’s now an expert at brand expansion, running multiple locations, and turning a hobby into a business.

Joleen Bingham

CEO, 13 Stripes Fitness

After taking over a gym in 2016, Joleen quadrupled revenue and built a very successful PT program, then opened a second location that reached profitability in three months. She’s a direct motivator whose specialties include running multiple locations and working with a spouse or partner.

Brian Zimmerman

CEO, CrossFit Jungle Gym

As Brian and wife Vanessa prepared for the birth of their first child in 2017, they decided to begin mentorship with Two-Brain. Their business had always been successful. Now, it’s thriving, and Brian wants to help others achieve wealth and freedom.

Peter Brasovan

CFO/COO, NapTown Fitness

After starting small, Peter has grossed $1 million for two years running at his gym, with a profit margin of 18 percent after owners’ pay. He has a degree in marketing and specializes in staffing, motivation and real estate.

Shawn Rider

CEO, Shenandoah.Fit

After dissolving the gym he owned with a former business partner, Shawn built a new business and turned nine clients into 175—all while working full time as a high-school finance and economics teacher.