Nate Fryer

Nate Fryer has been in the fitness industry since 1998 in a variety of roles – athlete, speaker, educator, writer, trainer and inventor. Nate received his BS degree from Iowa State University in the area of exercise science with focuses on medicine and physical therapy, and has spent time in numerous hospitals, sports clinics and rehab facilities, working with leaders in medicine and physical therapy.

Nate’s passion for movement, performance and function is reflected throughout his life. In his spare time, he enjoys mountain biking, motorcycles, rock climbing, backpacking, snowboarding and exploring the Rocky Mountains with his wife and two children.

Certified Trainer, Rehab Specialist, MAT Specialist, ViPR Master Trainer, First Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.

TESTIMONIALS

Nate is the best manager I’ve ever had the privilege of working for. Nate always took the time to teach, and was diligent in making sure that his team was highly qualified, and had every resource to improve. He taught in a way that encouraged the answer to be your own.

Marcia P

Nate worked with me when I was recuperating from my broken back, and I never missed a workout after that happened. He was able to change the workout to fit what I was going through in my life and my body at that time. He always gets his clients to stay active!

Michael M

Everything Nate does, he does with thoughtfulness, fastidiousness and integrity.

Valerie J

Nate approaches fitness from many angles – exercise, nutrition, etc. –– and has a genuine dedication to the individual needs of his clients. Compared to all others, I feel he takes a real interest in my goals, and continually observes/inquires to deepen his ability to address my needs.

Kathy K

NATE’S BLOG

Essential Foods

KTC Family! I’ve asked many of you during our sessions, “If you were stranded on an island and could only eat one food for the rest of your life, but be able to get all the nutrition you needed from it, what would it be?” The discussions that result are very...

What is MAT?

Muscle Activation Techniques is a bio-mechanical system of checks and balances that addresses asymmetries, muscle weaknesses, and compensations in the body.  Due to stress, trauma, and overuse the body develops compensation patterns to protect itself from...