Meet Tom. Tom is a trainer at CrossFit Valley Junction. ?️♀️
He graduated from Loras College where he played football and studied elementary education. After college he found coaching would be a great way to combine both of his passions of education and fitness. ? ??
Tom works with a broad range of people from teenage athletes to people in their 60s learning to exercise for the first time in their life. He loves helping people get stronger both mentally and physically and become a better version of themselves. ?
⭐️ Connect with Tom ⭐️
? Facebook: @CrossFitValleyJunction
? Email: email@example.com
Kyler Case is the owner of Metro Movement Chiropractic and Rehabilitation in Johnston, IA.
He graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA after graduating from Grand View University with a degree in Kinesiology.
He has a passion for human movement, sports, and for treating athletes and their families. In his practice he works with a broad patient base ranging from powerlifters and strength athletes, to endurance athletes, weekend warriors, and everything in between.
Outside of work, Dr. Case enjoys spending time with his family, his wife Malyn, and 4 year old German Shepard/Siberian Husky, Finnegan. He is also a "funcle" to 3 nieces and 3 nephews! Dr. Case also enjoys mountain biking, cycling, golf, CrossFit, and time on the lake in the summer!
⭐️ Connect with Kyler ⭐️ IG: @_metromovementdsm_
FB: Metro Movement Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
This is the model that we use at Kaizen to help prevent and also treat injuries. This is a simple way that we can explain an injury to a person and show them why we need to address the root cause of the issue so that we don’t just create symptomatic change and that we ultimately fix the problem so they can get back to doing what they want to do and so that they don’t go right back into an injury state.
Dr. Ladd's views on performance improvement, injury prevention and sometimes other random thoughts.