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Brandon Bergeron owner of Grass Valley CrossFit

Brandon Bergeron


I am a firm believer in constant movement and testing myself with a variety of challenges. I started coaching and training people as a full time career over 20 years ago. I haven’t stopped and I love it more today than when I started. Grass Valley CrossFit started in a leaky 800 square foot racquetball court with all hand built equipment. We have moved 2 times since 2013 and the community continues to thrive as more lives are transformed. It has been my passion since day 1 to teach high quality movement patterns no matter what the condition or state of the individual is. Helping reshape lives through simple, clean eating and natural functional movement is what I do. As a result I have made many dear friends along the way. I believe in God, family and hard work. No compromises.

Cori Bergeron coach at Grass Valley CrossFit

Cori Bergeron


Hi, friends! CrossFit to me means motivation. My motivation is community and fun loving competition. I try to bring this spirit of community with me to the gym whether I’m training, coaching or just hanging out. I express community with a positive attitude and a desire for everyone to have as much fun and get as much out of their fitness as I am. I started my CrossFit journey in 2013 with no real background in athletics. I see myself in beginners! I became an L1 CrossFit Trainer in 2021 and I’ve come so far with my personal fitness journey that I get excited to help others start theirs!

Kelly Grow coach at Grass Valley CrossFit

Kelly Grow


I’m a wife, vineyard and winery owner, dog lover, photographer and drone operator, and CrossFit coach. I started my CrossFit journey in 2019. My consistency gave me the most healthy habit I’ve taken on, friendships I never knew I needed, a Christian community I knew I was missing, and a fun coaching gig after getting my L1 in 2021. As a kid in the 80s and 90s, I was considered a gym rat, a gymnastics gym rat, to be precise. I was in the competitive stages as a child, although not very good, but it transferred into coaching gymnastics through my high school and college years. When I moved to the area in 2010, I spent a couple of years coaching at the local gymnastics club. It’s something you can never really let go of when you were practically raised in one. That might have been the primary reason I decided to start CrossFit; it was basically an adult gymnastics gym, I thought. I was right, kind of. It is so much more! I learned an adult body does not swing into a muscle-up like a child who used to do a dozen glide kips at once. I may not be that agile kid, but I am the strongest I have ever been in my life, and that is because I decided to commit. Consistency is key in life and in the gym.

Micah Beard coach at Grass Valley CrossFit

Micah Beard


I’m Micah, a CrossFit Level 1 coach dedicated to guiding individuals toward their fitness goals. I started CrossFit when I was 14 years old. I understand it can be intimidating to join a gym but I strive to create an effective, accessible workouts tailored to diverse fitness levels. My coaching philosophy centers on fostering a supportive community, emphasizing proper technique, and promoting holistic well-being. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned enthusiast, my energetic approach and commitment to your success make every session a step towards achieving your fitness aspirations.

Jon Blix coach at Grass Valley CrossFit

Jon Blix


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Zach Malec coach at Grass Valley CrossFit

Zach Malec


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