About Us

Root Martinez, Head Coach



Wade Beauvais- CrossFit Level I Trainer

Wade Beauvais is a Crossfit Level 1 Trainer and has been coaching and doing Crossfit since 2013.  After graduating high school, Wade played baseball at Trinidad State Junior College. He then finished his baseball career at Colorado State University-Pueblo where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. After college Wade found that CrossFit was a way he could remain an athlete and a competitor. He enjoys getting to know people and pushing them to their full potential.


Terra Moyers - CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Terra Moyers is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer and has been doing CrossFit since May of 2011. She was a 3-sport athlete in soccer, basketball and softball during high school. In college, she was a 2-sport athlete in basketball and softball. Terra has competed on CrossFit Omaha’s Team in 2014 and 2015 at the Central Regionals. They placed 15th out of 30 teams in 2015. She currently is the full-time assistant women’s basketball coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo


Karlie Eslinger - CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Karlie has been doing CrossFit since 2012.  Karlie has a background in gymnastics, which she did for about 10 years. She was a cheerleader in high school and college and enjoys competing in local CrossFit competitions as well as running half marathons. Karlie is passionate about kids and assists with our CrossFit Kids program. She is currently working with David Walters DO, PhD, as his registered medical assistant. https://ssl.gstatic.com/ui/v1/icons/mail/images/cleardot.gif


David Walters, DO, PhD- Crossfit Level 1 and CrossFit Kids trainer.

David Walters, DO, PhD, is a 62 year old physician who specializes in wellness and anti-aging medicine.  He is a CrossFit Level I trainer and a CrossFit Kids trainer as well as Olympic Lifting. Gymnastics, Endurance, Strong Man, Movement & Mobility, Rowing, Judging and Goal Setting. He also obtained certification in kettlebell training from Pavel Tsatsouline in 2001.  Doc has seriously pursued Crossfit-type fitness training over the past 11 years.  He helped train five of his sons during their high school wrestling careers.  His son, Torben, was a 4-time State wrestling champion who went on to wrestle for Adams State College on a full-ride scholarship.  In addition to his activities as a medical doctor and CrossFit Trainer, Doc competed in the 2014 Reebok CrossFit Games in Carson, CA.  He placed 10th in the world-wide event.  You can view videos of his events that are archived  on the games.crossfit.com website.  Doc failed to qualify for the 2015 Games due to a shoulder injury.  He qualified and competed in the 2016 CrossFit Games where he placed 15th.