I am originally from Brasil but have lived in the US for over 30 yrs. I am based in Dallas, TX, with a husband and a dog. I have a PhD in Exercise Physiology and am an avid triathlete.
I am from a small town north of Houston, Texas. I currently live in Dallas, Texas and work as Fitness Director and Professional Trainer at the Cooper Fitness Center.
My name is Omar Castillo. I was born in Mexico, and I live in Mexico City.
I’m from Mexico. I’ve practiced ballet, jazz and tap for 16 years, and all of my life I´ve explored movements, the body and music!
My name is Luis E. Cornier III. I am a born and raised New Yorker, from the Lower East Side of Manhattan. My hobbies are all over the map.
Originally from France, I landed in the U.S. 15 years ago to call Miami home. I was born with a nuclear energy level that I attempt to tame by playing golf or rock climbing.
Hi! I'm Hayley Hollander. I’m originally from Las Vegas, currently living in Chicago, Illinois for the last year and a half. Love and a great job opportunity brought me to Chicago.
My name is Jeff Groh and I was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. I moved to San Diego after graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in 1999.
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