Jason Neville

Jason has been a personal trainer since 2009. He began his career at Aspen Fitness, then went to Golds Gym in 2011, and was there until 2016, when he joined the Red Rock family. His formal education stems from Kinesiology: Exercise/Fitness Management, at the University of Central Oklahoma. He is certified through NASM, AFI, and NCCPT. He also has NASM specialties as a Youth Exercise Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist, Senior Fitness Specialist, as well as TRX Certification.

Sarah Hackbarth

Sarah has been a personal trainer for 14 years. She began at the Oklahoma Athletic Club and stayed there until it merged with Pinnacle Fitness to form Red Rock Fitness back in 2009. So Sarah has been a part of the family from the start! She has a Health Promotion Wellness Degree, with a minor in Nutrition. Sarah has her NASM with specialties in Prenatal, Senior Client, and Core training. She is also a certified Nutrition Specialist, and has a vast amount of knowledge in training clients with a variety of ailments, and injuries.

Tamara Flemons

Tamara has been a Personal Trainer for 5 years. She joined the Red Rock family in 2016. She has her NASM and specializes in corrective exercise, and women’s fitness (pre and post-natal). Tamara also has a TRX suspension trainer specialty, which she uses to help her clients develop strength, balance, flexibility, and core stability simultaneously.

Jerimiah “Jay” Snelgrove

Jay has been a personal trainer for 2 years. He is certified through PTAG (Personal Training Academy Global). Jay has extensive experience in strength training and is an athlete in the United States Powerlifting Association. He is experienced in coaching both athletes, and non-athletes. With his motto of “Hard Work Pays Off”, he has proven to be very successful at helping clients reach their strength and weight loss goals.

Kenya Kelly

Kenya has been a personal trainer for 1 year. She is certified through NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine), and received her degree in Biochemistry at Oklahoma State University in 2016. Kenya placed second in her first bikini competition, and is now a United States Powerlifting Association state judge, as well as a world qualifying powerlifter.