Chad Irwin
C.P.T. - National Academy of Sports Medicine
I am a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist. It is my goal to help clients from diverse fitness backgrounds fall in love with their training. Fitness is for everyone but it doesn't have to be the same for everyone. I strive to make sure it will always be safe, fun, effective, and based upon science.
Adam Grosskreutz
ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist, CF-L1 Coach

I enjoy helping people feel strong, lose weight, & get back into shape. Ultimately, helping people reach their fitness goals is my passion. My experience as a personal trainer, group instructor, and coach since 2016 has provided me an opportunity to work with a wide variety of clients of ages and pursuits, including functional fitness, weight loss, pain management and disability, hypertrophy, sport performance, and CrossFit. I value continuing education and science-based methods for the purpose of optimizing functional movement and performance and produce better, more sustainable results for my clients.

Angie Sprout
AFAA Personal Fitness Trainer

I’ve been a personal trainer and Pilates instructor for over twelve years. I love assisting and encouraging people of all ages to reach their fitness goals.

Grant Barber
C.P.T. - American Council on Exercise

I have been training clients for over 6 years. I have worked with a wide variety of clients in multiple settings. I specialize in functional movement. I believe in building a strong foundation that will support you for the rest of your life. A strong foundation in fitness is being able to move functionally and do everyday activities pain free because your body has the support that it needs. I train my clients to strengthen all the supporting muscles in the body to protect their knees, back, and shoulders. A strong foundation also includes making healthier choices in diet and sleep.

Logan Hill
Physical Therapy Student

My name is Logan Hill and I am a current physical therapist student at the University of Kentucky. I have been training at Lex Fitness just about 2 years. My experience to this point has led me on a continued journey of learning more about the human body and how to move better. I value equipping people with the tools to understand their own body and eventually being capable of creating their own individual workout program that allows them to reach their ideal state of health. I also value accountability to push my clients to limits that they can’t reach on their own through high intensity style training and weight lifting. Although I am fairly new to training, I consider the gym my workbench and enjoy the continued discoveries along the way! Outside of the gym, I attend church at Southland Christian Church off of Richmond Road and when I am not swamped with school I’m probably catching up with friends/reading at any of the local coffee shops in Lexington or hiking out at the Red River Gorge.

Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown opened Lex Fitness in 2009 with one goal in mind, helping people reach their fitness goals safely and effectively. Jeff is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a BA in Kinesiology Exercise Science. Beginning his career in 1998, he is one of the most experienced exercise physiologist in the Lexington area. He worked for 5 plus years in physical therapy and corporate fitness, along with over 20 years of personal training,  giving him a diverse range of experience to help anyone reach their fitness goals.