Personal Training & Coaching


Reach Your Goals Faster

It’s easy to feel frustrated and even a little bit lost when it comes to your personal health. Whether you’re experiencing a climbing plateau, battling an injury, or simply wanting support when it comes to your strength, mobility, and overall health a personal trainer can catapult you to the next level. Our certified coaches will create a personal plan for you based on your needs whether it’s to build strength, improve your climbing, prevent injury, or just perform at your best while feeling your best.

Meet the Trainers


Ken Klein

Ken is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer and a Climb Strong Senior Level Performance Coach. His climbing travels have brought him all over the world from the amazing limestone walls of Spain and Mexico to the expansive boulder fields of the Rocklands of South Africa. He has coached and instructed rock climbing in every capacity: from youth teams to accredited college courses. His passion for coaching is matched by his ability to connect with climbers of all levels. Ken is constantly evolving as a climber; and whether he is repeating a climb in Rocky Mountain National Park, or working on a project 9,000 miles away, he is always learning to look more closely at himself and his own climbing, while consistently trying hard and having fun.


  • Movement and strength training

  • Practice drills

  • Technique drills

  • Video analysis

  • Mental prep

  • Hangboard coaching

  • Weight training


  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer

  • Climb Strong Certified Performance Coach

Email Ken at to discuss a personalized plan for you.

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Logan Whiting

Logan is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Personal Trainer, and ClinicalAthlete Powerlifting Coach. He has been climbing for over a decade, avidly pursuing outdoor projects and indoor competitions, alike.

As a motivated climber, he has a vested interest in quality coaching and training information. The boom of the climbing industry is incredibly exciting for a trainer because as climbing becomes legitimized as a sport, effective training will need to take on an increasingly scientific perspective. However, one downside of this increased popularity is the unfiltered flood of vague and unsound training advice circulating on popular social media channels. For example, have you ever been told that you aren’t getting the most out of your training unless you add exercise ‘xyz’? Well, why? What’s the marginal benefit? Is ‘xyz’ correlated with better performance? Is it sports-specific? Is it appropriate for everyone? Is it easily measurable and progressable? Every exercise we consider needs to pass through layers of scrutiny because we all have limited time and limited energy to spend at the gym. It takes a knowledgeable trainer to sift through this information and give you the individualized and evidence-based approach you deserve.

Logan works with climbers of all ability levels and athletic backgrounds. Whether you are an experienced climber preparing for the next competition, or you're entirely new to climbing and want to learn basic technique, Logan’s philosophy is the same: training should be athlete-centered. That is, the plan should be mutually agreed upon, should be flexible, and should encourage autonomy. If you are interested in working with a strength coach, Logan offers 1hr. consultations free of charge.


  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer
  • NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • ClinicalAthlete Powerlifting Coach

Email Logan at to discuss a personalized plan for you.

Email Logan