Manager & Fitness Instructor
Coach Corey is one of the owners and managers at Catalyst Fitness as well as at our sister location and baseball training facility, Catalyst Sports. Coach Corey, along with his business partner Coach JT, started Catalyst Sports back in 2014 with the goal of helping up and coming baseball players reach their potential. As their business and passion for the sport grew they expanded into fitness and exercise training for youth athletes along with the general population. Thus, Catalyst Fitness was born.
As a certified personal trainer, Corey has taken his expertise in baseball training into Catalyst Fitness. With a unique athletic perspective in the exercise world.
Coach Corey is not only going to help you get in phenomenal shape but will make you a better athlete while doing it. Many of the exercises and training equipment he uses can’t be found anywhere else in the state.
When Corey is not working at Catalyst, you can generally find him playing guitar, watching live music, or snowboarding.
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J.T. is also one of the owners and managers at Catalyst Fitness and Catalyst Sports. J.T. grew up in Evergreen, CO and attended Mullen High School where he was All-State baseball player. He then went on to play college baseball at Central Arizona College, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, and then Regis University right here in Denver. After finishing college with a number of athletic and academic awards, he ended up playing baseball professionally in the United States, Australia, and Europe.
With over 20 years of athletic experience and training, J.T. is able to provide a top-notch workouts when he isn't coaching one of the Catalyst Cardinal baseball teams. If you're looking to get a great HIIT or strength training workout, he's your guy!
Scott grew up in Cheyenne, Wyoming where he led his high school team to four consecutive state championships while collecting all-state honors twice and captaining both the football and baseball teams.
He then went to Mesa Community College in Arizona where he set the single-season record for fielding percentage by a second baseman and was also an Academic All-American. He then signed with Regis University to finish his playing career.
Scott has coached in Cheyenne for Post 6 and was an assistant for three state championship teams.