Daniel is a former sport athlete, men’s physique competitor, and years of clinical experience, Daniel’s well-rounded background creates a recipe for success in achieving your health and wellness goals. His experience in nutrition compliments the training aspect and demonstrates accelerated results. His belief model is based around nutrition being number one followed closely by training and finishing out with the mental health aspect of wellness. With over 8 years of experience in the fitness industry, Daniel guarantees results!
B.S.- Health Education
M.Ed- Exercise Science
MBA- Business Administration
American College of Sports Medicine- Certified Exercise Physiologist
American Society of Exercise Physiologists- Certified Exercise Physiologist
American Society of Exercise Physiologists- Kansas State President
Rocky Mountain Cancer Rehab Institute- Cancer Exercise Specialist
American Red Cross- CPR/ AED Certified
In 2006 Sheila had her first child and weighed in at 210 lbs. She managed to lose 80 lbs on her own and had her second child in 2011. When he was about 4 months old she had to have emergency back surgery and was not even allowed to hold her newborn because of the doctor's restrictions. By the time she was cleared she could barely pick him up, and that was when she decided to join a gym.
She found the Wyoming Athletic Club and started first with group fitness classes. She knew she needed more so she hired a personal trainer. It was then that Sheila fell in love with all the concepts of weight and sports training, so she switched her college major to Health and Fitness. At the same time she also began competing in MMA and Jiu Jitsu martial arts.
Sheila graduated first with her AAS as a Health & Fitness Specialist and then received her BA in Exercise Science a short time later.
After she graduated she discovered a lack of true nutritionists in the Casper area. Most had little more than an online certification. She believes that good nutrition is the biggest battle towards total overall health and weight loss, so she went back to school again and received her DP in Comprehensive Nutrition in 2017.
Mrs. Katrina Lorenzen-B.A. in Recreation A.S. in Physical Education.
Wonderful husband and three amazing children, 25, 12 & 10.
Designed and developed FitNFlashLLC©, after seeing that physical exercise could be combined with an educational opportunity to get school aged children motivated and excited about learning again. In 2012, FitNFlashLLC© was selected as one of ten semi-finalists in the Partnership for a Healthier America National Innovation Challenge – a fight against childhood obesity.
In 2009 selected as a community coach for the ACHIEVE Healthier Communities Grant awarded to the City of Casper’s, Parks and Recreation Department. Web presenter for the National Recreation and Parks Association on Student Wellness Policies and presenter of a fitness break at the Achieve Conference in Washington D.C.
As Student Wellness Coordinator for the Natrona County School District in Casper, WY she provided programming to increase physical activity and nutrition in schools. Led the Healthy Living & Stewardship goal team and helped schools come up with ideas to increase physical activity and provide needed “brain breaks” for students.
Earlier in her career Mrs. Lorenzen was a fitness instructor for 17 years and a personal trainer for 10 years. Ceetification in ACE, AFAA and AFPA.
She has served as the Chair for Wyoming Action for Healthy Kids, a PHIT -Personal Health Investment Today- Ambassador and council member with Wyoming Governor's Council on Physical Fitness & Sports. Was with Casper's Initiative to Nurture Community Health and was Co-Chair for Keep Casper Smoke Free. Has been a member of Wyoming Association for Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance - WAHPERD and American Association for Health Physical Education - AAHPERD and a presenter .
The past 2 years she has created and led a boot camp class as kick start to the Spring Season .
Katrina also enjoys camping, hiking, golfing and running, especially 5ks with her girls.