From hockey and rugby, to half marathons and chasing kids, Rochelle has always been active. Whether it’s inside or outside the gym, her passion has always been grounded in making others feel better. This has lead her to working with athletes, those trying to lose weight and everyone in between.
Rochelle is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She also holds a degree in physical activities and sport studies from the University of Winnipeg.
When not training clients, you can find Rochelle playing tennis, spending time with her husband, or running her two girls to all their activities.
Kim grew up in Bismarck and graduated from the University of Mary with a bachelor’s in exercise science. She is an avid runner, sports enthusiast and has always had an active life.
Despite being a former soccer player, hockey is Kim’s favorite sport to watch — go UND! Also, she enjoys researching new fitness methods and techniques to incorporate into both her and her client’s workouts.
Although running is Kim’s first love, she still gets down with some strength training. She appreciates the results she sees when she adds lifting to her routine.
While playing football in college, Dusty studied exercise and sports science at Valley City State University. Continuing on he earned his master’s in clinical exercise physiology at the University of Mary
With his love of sports, Dusty has worked with all levels of NCAA athletics and is a NCA and FMS certified personal trainer. He loves hunting, fishing and is a Vikings and Bison football fan. Oh and he has a soft spot for any ND high school athletic tournament.
Dusty has worked with multiple metabolic disorders and joint impairment injuries. His clients’ ages range from 8 to 90 and he has the same motto for everyone: “You can’t create change without motion.”
Keaton is currently completing an exercise science degree at the University of Mary. He’s originally from Alexandria, MN - but now when he isn't in class, or here at P50; you can find him hiking, running or road-tripping across the country in his minivan!
Keaton’s all-time favorite activity is playing with his nieces and nephews!
Originally from Hazen, ND Elise graduated from UMary with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and is currently in the clinical exercise physiology graduate program at UMary. Elise was a volleyball, basketball, track and softball athlete for Hazen. She still enjoys playing in volleyball and softball city leagues around Bismack.
She’s also a sports fan and you can find her cheering on the Twins, Vikings, and Celtics. But don’t bother her in March… March madness is her favorite season of the year!
“I got to work one-on-one with each of them and tell them what I needed.”
— Brittney H