Zach Miller

ACE Certified Personal Trainer
2 Time World Champion Bench Presser (USPF National Record Holder)

I have always enjoyed the benefits of an active lifestyle. Growing up I played sports year round and joined the United States Marine Corps at 17 years old. While I was in the military I stayed involved in fitness by competing as a member of the Marine Corps Powerlifting team. While preparing for competitions and helping other lifters, I realized that my true passion was helping other’s achieve their fitness goals. I decided to leave the military to pursue my passion in personal training and fitness. In my opinion there is nothing more rewarding than helping someone who is dissatisfied with their body image, health and self confidence achieve the body and confidence they always wanted.

“Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.” — William Jennings Bryan

Mikey Estrella

Personal Trainer/Manager
American College of Sports Medicine CPT, CPR-AED

Current Bench Press Only USPA 148lbs American Record Holder

Former Full Power Bench Press USPA 148lbs American Record Holder

Current Washington State USPA (United States Powerlifting Association) 148lbs Record Holder in:

Full Power- Bench Press, Squat, Deadlift and Total Pounds Lifted

Bench Press Only and Deadlift Only

My love for fitness started at the age of 9 breakdancing. Breakdancing eventually led me into the world of sports. My parents enrolled me into karate, basketball, baseball, and football. I loved them all and played from youth through high school.  Through sports I found a love for lifting weights.  I am still the Oak Harbor High School all time weight lifting record holder in 4 different weight classes, totaling in 13 records. Since then, I’ve continued my love for breakdancing and ventured into the world of powerlifting.  Powerlifting has become one of the biggest motivating influences in my life.  It has pushed me to conquer my insecurity of competing at a higher level of fitness.  I currently hold all 6 records in the Washington State 148lbs weight class of the United States Powerlifting Association and 2 National records, while also coaching others to compete and breaking records of their own. I believe in training all aspects of fitness to suit an individuals needs.  It’s important to keep training fun and directed towards the making daily life easier.  I’ve always found that the hardest thing about fitness and living a healthy lifestyle are the choices that come along with them. There are always new choices and opportunities to better ourselves. Instead of waiting for that one day to start out fresh, why not make that day every day?

If you’re ready to find real fulfillment, now is the time to start your journey.”

Mallory Gipson

NASM Certified Trainer

Mallory is a NASM certified trainer who studied at the National Personal Training Institute of Seattle. She is also working towards a degree at Everett community college with a focus in Nutrition.

She grew up as an athlete competing in varsity soccer and basketball at Lake Stevens High School. Her training style keeps things new, fun, and challenging.
Mallory believes that “the greatest wealth is health” and that we should strive to improve upon it every day.