Our coaches are meticulously trained following their completion of the CrossFit Level 1 certification to make sure their movements and coaching cues are excellent. Each coach regularly goes through continued training to make sure they stay on top of the latest techniques in CrossFit, Olympic weightlifting, and sports.
Zach Wilson – Co-owner
Zach Wilson is Co-Owner and head trainer at CrossFit Undeniable. Devoting over 5 years in the United States Marine Corps, he sharpened skills across various physical and mental challenges which helps keep him at the top of his game, while pushing others to reach theirs. Zach has an innate ability to connect with people to bring out their true potential whether pushing themselves in the box, or personal aspirations outside of the gym. Zach trained many of his fellow Marines, but began his career as in CrossFit in 2009. He’s gained invaluable experience coaching in Southern California, multiple military bases in Afghanistan and New Zealand before opening CrossFit Undeniable in 2012.
Certifications include: CrossFit Level 1 & 2, CrossFit Kids, CrossFit Kettlebell, CrossFit Endurance, CrossFit Powerlifting, Catalyst Athletics Olympic Weightlifting, and more.
Kyle has been training and competing in CrossFit since early 2012 and gained invaluable experience as a coach at CrossFit Lone Tree for 7 months prior to coming to CrossFit Undeniable in October of 2013. He has a passion for fitness and helping anyone with the desire to better themselves. He’s achieved his goal of becoming a fire fighter so he can continue to give back to people in his community.
Certifications include: CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Running, and USA Weightlifting Level 1
Hey all, I’m Todd, and when I am not at CFU, I am molding the young minds of the next generation… scary thought, I know. I am a middle school P.E. teacher and Strength and Conditioning coach at a local middle and high school. I am Married to my wife Heather, who you will undoubtedly also see at CFU quite regularly. When I am not coaching on Saturdays we typically hit up the 4:30 or 5:30 evening classes. I found CrossFit, and actually started trying the workouts about three years ago, and they killed me… so naturally I thought, “I should do more of this.” We were living in Westminster at the time and that is how we came across CFU. The community was welcoming, the coaches were knowledgeable and safe, so we stuck around.
Certifications include: CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, Aerobic Capacity, and CrossFit Football
I grew up in California in the San Francisco Bay Area, and was quite the unathletic kid. I never played any team sports, but I rode horses and competed in the sport of Eventing (kind of like an equestrian triathlon) for over 20 years. I tried other forms of fitness off and on, but nothing really stuck or got me excited to go back to the gym. Eventually, I found CrossFit in November 2013, where my first workout was Fran — oddly enough, I decided that was fun and I should come back again the next day! That was the workout that finally made me a regular gym-goer, and I can confidently say CrossFit has changed my life in every way imaginable. I completed my L1 certification in 2014, and am also a certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist through NASM; I am very passionate about nutrition, food, helping people, and I love learning about all things fitness. I moved to Colorado in August 2017 and couldn’t be happier here (after adjusting to the altitude), and am very excited to continue developing myself as both an athlete and coach at CrossFit Undeniable!
Certifications: CF-L1, CF-L2, CrossFit Gymnastics, CrossFit Scaling Course, CrossFit Running, NASM Fitness Nutrition Specialist
While serving in the Air Force, Spence discovered a passion for all things fitness. After separating from the military, he worked as a personal trainer for several years. While working at a conventional gym, he was intrigued by a video circulating the internet of the Hero WOD called “The Seven.” Having never done CrossFit before, and not having a coach to advise heavily scaling the workout, it took him 1 hour and 17 minutes to complete.
Freshly determined to improve, Spence began studying the sport of CrossFit. Within a few months of CrossFit (and after PRing “The Seven” at 27:15) he knew that his passion for fitness had evolved into a passion for coaching people through constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity.
Outside the gym, Spence can be found playing the piano and the guitar, stand up paddle boarding, and eating ground beef.
Certifications: CF-L1, CF-L2, NASM CPT