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Head Coach. Entrepreneur. Olympic Weightlifter. ​

Lacey found CrossFit in 2014 while she was in college. Before getting serious with CrossFit she had the typical college lifestyle of fast food, little sleep,  and low activity - leading to  high cholesterol and pre-diabetes.


Then she found CrossFit. It not only taught her healthier habits but also gave her a community of people who supported each other and pushed each other to be better each and every day.  CrossFit helped reverse her health decline and pave the way to wellness


 Ever since, she's been heavily active with many gyms and has a passion for CrossFit, coaching, and youth programs. 


Coach. Engineer. Business Guy. ​

Patrick has been doing CrossFit since 2014, experiencing many different coaches and gyms over that time, and recognized that we've moved away from moving well. His passion for fitness and helping others move well emboldened him to start a gym with Lacey in 2019.

Outside of the gym, Patrick loves spending time backpacking, building things, and spending time with the dogs.


Coach. Media Junkie, Dog and Coffee Lover

Jennifer found CrossFit by chance, while teaching spin at a gym in East Texas. Her first class was GI Jane, and even though she couldn't move after, she was hooked! That was 10 years ago. She's been coaching for 9 years, and has her L2. Her passion is seeing others learn something new or figure out what works for them and igniting that same passion for fitness and wellness. CrossFit has brought friendships and fun to her life too. Jennifer had the chance to work for CrossFit HQ for Regionals and the Games, watching elite athletes push their bodies to the limits and making friends from all over the world. Talk about a fun job! But it always comes back to helping others and teaching skills they can use daily.

If you haven't met Jenn, you've probably met her dog, Ellie. Resident gym pup and expert level beggar. Jenn and Ellie enjoy anything that gets them outdoors, especially the beach! Say hi, to one or both. The dog prefers a good scratch. 

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Coach, retired teacher, marathon runner, grandmother


It was my son that first introduced me to CrossFit in the fall of 2014.  He encouraged me to attend a Saturday community workout at the gym where he was coaching.  I remember thinking afterwards that this was not for me. Was I wrong! Guess who became the newest member the following Monday?


Health and fitness have always been  a big part of my personal life.  Before CrossFit, I spent 15 years training and running marathons.  Each race and course was unique presenting challenges  to complete. CrossFit offers a daily challenge which is why I enjoy it so much. 


In 2019, I qualified for the Online Masters Open in my age division which was such a fun experience. I have run 43 marathons, and have been coaching for two years. Having the opportunity to share my passion for health and fitness with others means so much to me. I am honored to be a part of this amazing hard working community at Enspiren.


In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and exploring life with my husband, Randall



Born and raised in Guatemala City and moved to Houston in my teens. I started my fitness journey in my early thirties. After being bored of the regular gym, a friend recommended I try out Crossfit. I’ve been training and competing since February 2012. I received my Crossfit L1 in October 2017 and Crossfit Gymnastics Certificate in August 2019.


11yrs later, I still enjoy the fitness challenges it brings me and helping others in their journey as well. It's such a great feeling of accomplishment to see new people improve after coaching them and helping them see they can be the best version of themselves fitness wise.



Began coaching Weightlifting in 2010 after serving 5 years on active duty in the Marines. Initially, the difficulty of the olympic lifts drew me to want to dedicate the time and effort to learning the technique. As a coach I enjoy teaching these lifting skills to people who may think it is beyond their capabilities, or that they have stopped progressing in their abilities. The progress made between coach and athlete for Weightlifting is always easy to measure on the competition platform. In 2017 I began teaching the Level 1 and Level 2 coaching certification courses for USA Weightlifting as a Lead Instructor. 


Our Weightlifting program is open and accessible to all ages and skill levels. We offer multi-week courses for beginner and intermediate lifters, as well as individualized programming and meet preparation for competitive athletes. 



USA Weightlifting National Coach 

L1/L2 Lead Instructor 

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