2440 Wilson Blvd Suite 201 & 202
Mark Greim completed his MBA in 1999 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute & his J.D. at University of Maryland School of Law in 2001. Since 2001 Mark has worked as a full time independent personal trainer & conditioning specialist and is the current owner operator of Edge Yoga LLC. Mark has been involved in the fitness & health industry and has been actively training individuals for over 15 years.
Mark is a Yoga Alliance (www.yogaalliance.org) Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT 200), YACEP (Yoga Alliance Contiuning Education Provider) & N.S.C.A. Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Mark teaches rigorous classes even at the Yoga I level that focus on postural alignment & asana execution that integrates his background in resistance / athletic conditioning & Vinyasa teacher training. Mark’s training style focuses on incorporating high intensity interval training including calisthenics and multi joint movements with barbells, dumb bells and kettle bells, and oftern incorporates multi joint mobility sequences to compliment any number of primary sports or activities.
H. Orlando James
H. Orlando James is the CEO and Founder of Kinetx. He has devoted the past seven years to helping individuals achieve their fitness and conditioning goals through individualized programming and direct instruction.
Orlando specializes in injury prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation, particularly in the orthopedic and musculoskeletal disciplines. His work with post-rehabilitation clients focuses on helping individuals bridge the gap from rehab to recovery.
Prior to starting his own fitness company, Orlando held positions as Senior Fitness Manager for the largest Gold’s Gym on the East Coast and as an Athletic Trainer at George Mason University, University of Richmond, and Duke University.
Orlando’s Credentials & Certifications
American Heart Savers CPR & AED Certified / NATA Certified Athletic Trainer and Sports Medicine Specialist / Virginia Medical Licensure / NSCA’s Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist / NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist / NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist
Mernon Grant C.M.T is a Nationally Certified(NCBTMB) Member of the AMTA, a 2005 Graduate of The Potomac Massage Training Institute in Washington, D.C. He received his training in Swedish, Deep Tissue and Seated Massage techniques. He is licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia, for more information on Mernon Grant C.P.T. National Academy of Sports Medicine (N.A.S.M.) and member of IDEA Health and Fitness Association visit his personal website at ALG Fitness.
Kenny Scott, CPT, TRX-LV1
Kenny Scott is dedicated to assisting people reach their fitness and wellness goals. He offers his clients a unique holistic experience that improves the quality of their lives by implementing a multi-disciplinary approach to wellness. Kenny is presently certified as a Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), TRX Level 1 suspension trainer (TRX), Transitions Lifestyle Coach (TLC), and Associate Kung Fu and Qigong Instructor through (TCCII). Kenny is also a practitioner of Muscle Activation Technique (MAT), offering his clients a unique and therapeutic approach to living pain-free by focusing on muscular and postural balance. www.fitnessfundamentals.net
In 2012 Kenny launched Dynamic Fitness. Dynamic Fitness has integrated software with fitness to develop DFit, an online coaching system that customizes workouts by the exercise. Like a personal trainer, Dfit evolves with you as you grow. www.mydfit.com
Brad Crutchfield, VMD, CPT, HKC
I was born and raised in North Carolina, where I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Tarheels!) After earning a degree in veterinary medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, I moved to Washington, DC and have lived here ever since. For almost 20 years I practiced veterinary medicine in Arlington, until selling my small animal practice in 2003.
The transition from a career in medicine to personal training has been a natural and logical one for me, since exercise science and fitness have been a lifelong passion. I am certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers, and I am also a Hardstyle Kettlebell Certified instructor. Of particular interest to me is the interaction between exercise and aging. I also love intelligent weight training and bodybuilding, and look forward to working with people who want to tone up, and look and feel better. But with my background in medicine, I can also offer a greater understanding for the fitness and health needs of people challenged by conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
I am a Philadelphia native raised in the Northern Virginia area. While studying Athletic Training at George Mason University, I learned to evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate sports related injuries. During my time at Mason I had the privilege of working with the athletic staff and sports teams of Falls Church High School, Pope John Paul the Great Catholic High School, St Stephen’s & St Agnes Upper School, Marymount University, and the Washington Redskins. Certified as a personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine and as a Spin instructor through Mad Dogg, I spent the first 8 years of training with Washington Sports Clubs (WSC), a huge North Atlantic gym chain. I later began work with The Energy Club in Shirlington and Foundation Fitness, a training studio in Del Ray. On the side I am a certified EMT with firefighting and hospital experience from the Burke Volunteer Fire Department and the Inova Fairfax Heart and Vascular Institute building. Over the past 7 years I have followed a vegetarian diet that has become mostly vegan at this point in time. I believe in, and strive to help others build a stronger mind, body, and spirit through proper nutrition and physical exercise. I have helped a variety of clients achieve their fitness goals, which has included; building strength, losing weight, gaining muscle mass, increasing muscle tone & definition, improving health vitals (cholesterol, resting heart rate, etc), and rehabbing injuries. I personally enjoy focusing on strength training, building muscle mass, improving functional mobility & posture, and improving athletic performance.
For more information visit Brandon at http://www.teamdunston.com/
There is no substitute for time, health, family, or freedom. Think about how you feel when you have the time and energy to travel, pursue your passions and dreams, or fit into that suit, those pants, or that dress. The feeling go being able to play with your grandkids is unmatched by anything else. Fitness is freedom. Fitness allows us to spend more time with our family and be more confident about our health. All I want to do is help you achieve freedom through your commitment to physical and mental fitness, healthy habits, and an improved quality in your lifestyle.
For more information and to schedule a session, visit Garrett at https://garrettwaller.com/