The IN³ Nutrition Coaches

Even though our coaches work remotely with 1,000s of people just like you, we have coaches located all over the country.

Alison Cooper – Ashburn VA


I am originally from Scotland and moved to the USA in 2000 on a volleyball scholarship to George Mason University. I graduated in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Teaching Physical Education and Health and then taught Physical Education to elementary through middle school for 13 years which I loved! I began CrossFit in 2010 and instantly found a new passion. In August 2016 I was able to turn this passion into my full time career when I became the head coach at Old Glory Gym in Ashburn VA.

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Amanda Barelli – Rancho Mission Viejo, CA


I have been into fitness and been Personal Training for the last 12 Years. I was a Collegiate Cross Country and Track Athlete at Seattle University where I graduated with a degree In Marketing. I Found Crossfit in 2008 and have been doing it ever since. I have been To CrossFit Regionals competing as an individual in SO CAL in 2010, 2011, 2012 , 2013, 2014. Currently a CF Certified Level 1 and a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Ladera Ranch Strength and Conditioning.

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Amanda Stegmann – Boston, MA

I’ve always been an active person. Track, yoga, kickboxing, dancing. I enjoy physical fitness and deeply admire the talent and athleticism displayed by my fellow coaches. While I enjoy exercise, I’ve also been interested in the scientific side of how our bodies function as well. This interest led me to Northeastern University where I earned my Master’s of Science in Nutrition, Specializing in Obesity and Eating Disorders. I implemented this knowledge during my career as a social worker and continued when I spent 4 years as the nutritionist for the largest HIV agency in New England counseling hundreds of patients with chronic illnesses and co-morbidities. These illnesses were complicated and deserved more individualized treatment so this year, I wrote and published a nutritionally focused cookbook to treat complications from chronic illness.

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Brandy Wann – Orem, UT


When I was 25, I had a hard look in the mirror and thought this cannot be as good as it gets.  I was at my highest weight and stuffing myself into my clothes because I was too prideful and embarrassed to go up another size.  

This is when I discovered CrossFit and after a few months, I started seeing some changes.  Almost a year after that I was stalled in my weight loss and I finally accepted the fact that I HAD to change my eating.  That’s when I really saw dramatic changes in my weight and body composition. 

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Cassidy Duffield – Midvale, UT


I was a competitive gymnast for 10 years. After that I was a globo gym rat until I discovered CrossFit! I competed at the South CrossFit regional with a team in 2013, 2014, 2015, and as an individual in 2016. I’m also a competitive 69 kg weightlifter and won my first National meet, making me the National Champion in 2014, and 4th in the country 2015 after coming back from an injury. Since then I’ve focused on competing and training as an individual for CrossFit. I coach CrossFit and am the head barbell coach out of SLC CrossFit in Utah.

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Chasity Snowden – Milton, GA

ChasSnowden-croppedI started off in high school with eating disorders in order to lose weight. Once in college the eating disorders were in full swing and started researching how I could lose weight and be healthy. I was diagnosed with a digestive disorder, anxiety and depression, and put on a lot of medications. Around this time I realized how food could change all that and started changing my lifestyle habits. Years later I tried bikini competition and the eating disorders came back with a vengeance so I quit and gained weight again and tried to go back to clean food. Once I started Crossfit three years ago I realized I could not simply eat clean in order to perform. After going through the process with Jason and realizing there was an easier way where I could fit good nutrition into my traveling life, AND become an elite athlete, I wanted to share with as many as possible.

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Heather McBride

I am a born and raised Houstonian! I graduated Magna Cum Laude in December of 2017 with my Bachelors of Science in Human Nutrition and Foods ACEND Track from the University of Houston (GO COOGS!). I have been an athlete my entire life and competed in swimming and softball for close to 14 years. A year into college I found CrossFit and fell in love with the barbell. After 2 years of CrossFit I transitioned over to Olympic Weightlifting and haven’t looked back. I am a 3 time University and Under 25 National competitor. I currently help fellow weight lifters make weight for competition and mend their relationship with food.

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James Lancaster-Tennessee

I played college football at the University of Central Arkansas and played 3 years professionally in the arena league as a middle linebacker. After finishing football and undergoing 3 knee surgeries I used my Business Management degree as a head coach at a training facility that eventually lead to management of that training facility. I have been a Project Manager for a custom home builder and even went through the Police Academy. Once the dust settled I knew my competitive career as an athlete wasn’t over and decided to pursue CrossFit. I was fortunate enough to qualify for my second consecutive Regionals in 2018.

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Jerica Moore – Florida

A little bit about me – I am a Florida native, born and raised in Sebring (if you’ve never heard of it I’m sure your grandparents have). I went to undergrad starting at Belmont University in Nashville pursuing the music career, but shortly after transferred to Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, FL graduating with a B.S. in Athletic Training. I was offered a graduate assistantship at East Tennessee State University working as the athletic trainer for the Men’s and Women’s tennis teams where I studied and graduated with a M.A. in Kinesiology and Sport Studies. 7 years of school later and I’m here…whew! I did clinic rotations all throughout my 4 years at PBAU ranging from high school sports to 2 years with DII baseball to my senior internship at Florida Atlantic University working DI Football.

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Jessica Durando – Alexandria, LA

I currently serve as the Mindset Specialist for the iN3 team, and am responsible for creating and teaching our L1 Mindset Speciality Course taught through the Nutrition Coaching Institute. I earned my bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology from the University of Georgia and went on to earn my Masters in Social Work. I obtained my license as a clinical social worker in 2011. I’ve worked in a variety of settings, typically providing counseling and emotional support to individuals as they experience times of transition in their lives. I’ve always been drawn to helping facilitate progress and empowering individuals to make positive changes in their lives. I now utilize my background in counseling and my passion for nutrition to focus on the mind-body connection, and creating long-term success.

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Kendalle Crow – Georgia

I’m from California but went to school in the South (War Eagle) and spent time hopping around abroad a bit (Holland and England) before coming back to Atlanta. I did my undergrad in Public Relations and loved it, but had some health issues going into college which resulted in having my gallbladder removed. I got really into nutrition at that point but more as a hobby and a couple years after my undergrad decided to go back to school for nutrition and landed on the Bauman College 2 year intensive program for Nutrition Consulting. 

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Marcos Rivera – Henderson, NV


After playing a variety of sports in high school, I found myself competing in CrossFit competitions. I kept at it, and was eventually competing in the CrossFit Games at the Regional level. Prior to counting my macros, I failed multiple times to qualify as an individual regionals athlete. I was falling short and realized I needed to make a change with my nutrition. Once I began counting my macros and weighing my food proportions, I was successful in obtaining an individual athlete invitation.

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Travis Zipper – Las Vegas, NV

Since submerging myself to the Fitness and Nutrition realm many years ago, my experience has ranged from working with clients as a Nutritionist/Diet Coach for a Medical Weight Loss Clinic and two separate Anti-Aging Clinics in which I performed numerous roles in helping patients fix any hormonal imbalances and lose weight. During that time, I worked with a team of doctors where we implemented both natural means and the use of bioidentical hormones to help people achieve their best selves. So, I can safely say that I am well versed in helping clients with their hormone concerns and to lose weight.

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Tyler Wright – Johns Creek, GA

From the time I was 13 years old I began to ponder and seek ways to maximize the potential of the human body. I’ve been into multiple realms of fitness and played multiple sports in the last 11 years, including college football. I decided to make this a career while still in college which led me to where I am today.

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