Camille Lyman’s e-books are designed for home, gym or hotel workouts that can be supplemental to what you are already doing or be a HIIT workout that lasts only 20-30 minutes.
Camille gained inspiration came from training with mentor, Max McManus, after a freak accident broke her back at 15 years old. She was told that if she had more muscle around her spine the break would not have happened. She used the information to become a stronger woman, high school athlete, collegiate athlete, NSL Pro Beach Bikini athlete and now personal trainer, mom of two boys and wife. Throughout her journey to CCF, Camie has approached each career move with the same passion and vigor in which she runs CCF now. She puts emotion, passion and energy towards everyone and everything around her.
Reno-Sparks native Colleen Horton knows a thing or two about personal goals and the dedication required to achieve those goals. Prior to the birth of her son five years ago, Colleen hadn’t even stepped foot in a gym, let alone give any thought to a dedicated fitness lifestyle. Once Colleen became pregnant, she struggled mightily with weight gain during her pregnancy and for the first two years of her son’s life ultimately gaining 85 pounds. After the realization that she wasn’t happy and wasn’t setting the example for her son that she knew she could, Colleen decided to make a change and get into a healthy lifestyle. Colleen didn’t seek an overnight miracle from some magic pill, she simply dedicated herself to a healthy diet and a rigorous fitness routine.
As a longtime athlete, Mikala Huebner has always been an extremely disciplined and focused, individual who is driven to excel in whatever challenges she faces. Before joining CCF, Mikala excelled as a softball player both for her competitive team and McQueen High School earning top honors for both including the 16U National Championship, MVP as a sophomore on Varsity, High Sierra All-League Pitcher of the Year as a junior. Although a handful of colleges came calling, Mikala decided to focus on her education in her hometown at the University of Nevada, Reno. .
After graduating from Oregon State with a sociology degree in 2012, Josh decided to pursue a career in strength training earning certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Certified Personal Trainer, Sports Performance Coach certification through USA Weightlifting and Mobility Trainer Certification from Crossfit. Lately, Josh has been hitting the books just as hard as he hits the weights as he studies for the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach exam. Competitive by nature, Josh’s career as an athlete is alive and well; Josh actively trains for and competes in various Crossfit events.
Come into Camie Cragg Fitness any weekday morning and you’ll surely hear the soft slap of leather mitts on leather bags as Marcell moves from bag to bag ensuring every person lands every jab just right. Born and raised in the heart of San Diego, Calif., Marcell, or Yo as he’s known around the gym, holds numerous certifications from a slew of fitness institutes including Boxing Fitness Instructor certification from the Boxing Fitness Institute, Group Fitness Instructor certification from Ace Fitness and Sports Psychology Coach certification through the National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association. Never one to settle or slow down, Yo is currently well on his way to earning his Personal Trainer Certification from the National Strength & Conditioning Association.
Born in Port Huron, Michigan before moving to Reno in 1992, Del Bates is an athlete through and through. During his tenure at Reed High School, Bates was a star on both the football and track teams. As a cornerback for the Reed High Raiders, Del was named an all-conference defensive back in 1995 and 1996, but it was on the track where Del really shined. Del ran in a variety of events leading him to be the 3 Time regional champion in the 100-meter, 200-meter, 4×200 meter relay and 4×100 meter relay in 1994,1995 and 1996 winning the state championship in those same events in 1995 and 1996. His biggest accomplishment of his high school career came in his junior season when Bates was named the Gatorade Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
As Dan received a full-ride scholarship to play football for Arizona State University. After two knee injuries, Dan worked his way back to a starting position at ASU and was eventually picked up by the Oakland Raiders where he participated in pre-season training, practice and games. After six months, he moved to the Cincinnati Bengals for one season before moving on to the Canadian Football League. Currently, Dan uses his experience and knowledge gained throughout his collegiate and professional career to lead others in building a healthy, fit lifestyle at Camie Cragg Fitness. Dan works with beginners and athletes to improve their strength, speed and agility.
To be the best version of you is an action taken place every day with the ambition of making a positive change from the day before in order to reach your goals!
Train Hard/Eat Smart/Positive Thoughts/Repeat