Coach Blaine Davidson

Coach Blaine Davidson describes his purpose and mission, “I am a catalyst for redemptive transformation and growth in the lives of others. My mission is to empower clients to actualize their purposes and potential in sports, fitness, health and life.”

Since graduating from the University of Washington in 2000 with a B.A. in English Teaching, Blaine’s vocational experiences include corporate management, real estate sales and consulting, small business ownership, non-profit management, and strength & conditioning coaching.

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Coach Jenny Smith

Jennifer Smith, born and raised in Wenatchee, WA was a four-year letterman in soccer and track at Wenatchee High School. She was captain of her high school soccer team her Junior and Senior years, and competed in the 300m Hurdles and 4×400 Relay on the Track team.

Jenny recently graduated from Montana State University-Billings (BA in Business Administration) where she also competed as a collegiate soccer player for four years. Her final two years she was awarded All-League Honorable Mention and the Quest for Excellence Team Award her Senior year.

Jenny is certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist) and is excited to offer her unique passions, strengths and experiences to Actualize Sports & Fitness clients.

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Coach Cy Grimmett

Cy attended Central Washington University where he graduated with a B.S. degree in Clinical Physiology and received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Montana. While working on his Doctorate, he worked in a biomechanics research lab studying a variety of lower extremity injuries. Cy has a unique perspective on fitness due to his ability to blend his DPT knowledge and strength and conditioning background. He prioritizes learning, innovation and highly values integrity.

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Coach Mika Hernandez

Coach Mika Hernandez was born and raised in Ferndale, WA. Mika was not exposed to athletics or fitness in her youth. Her parents had her take art classes and piano lessons over sports. At beginning of her 8th grade year, Mika’s best friend asked her to join the Middle School Cross Country Team. She had no idea what cross country was but decided to give it a shot. After the first day of practice, Mika was hooked and went on to run cross country and track all through high school. Little did she know this was the beginning of a lifelong journey in health and fitness.

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