Meet the Coaches

Welcome! We look forward to helping you achieve your health and fitness goals. We are experienced working with a diverse clientele and we’ll customize your workouts to meet your varied goals and needs; such as building strength and your conditioning and mobility. We also specialize in and post pt/rehab work. For more information on personal training or any of our trainers, or to schedule an evaluation, just e-mail us at Info@gfcfit.com.

We are dedicated to your success and to helping you identify, reach, and exceed your fitness goals.

 

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Gene Sanders

Owner / Coach
Gene is the Owner/Coach at Gene’s Fitness Center. He grew up in Montgomery County where he worked as a freelance personal trainer since 2003. After 9 years of coaching out of numerous gyms and homes around the area, Gene decided to open his own facility. On April 1st, 2012, Gene's Fitness Center was opened for business and three years later it was expanded and relocated to 11878 Coakley Circle. When it comes to his personal fitness, Gene is avid for the great outdoors. He loves mountain biking, trail running, and paddle boarding.

Caleb Johnson

Coach
Caleb began his life-long commitment to health and fitness while attending High School in South Carolina. He got tired of being overweight and decided to make a lifestyle change. Through a combination of clean, healthy eating and cross-country running, Caleb was able to shed 30 pounds of extra weight. Shortly after graduating High School, Caleb joined the Marine Corps. He spent most of his 4 years in the infantry and was also fortunate enough to qualify for entrance into an STA platoon.

Eve Mills

If you’re looking for Eve Mills, look outside, because chances are you’ll find her running, or hiking or climbing, or biking. Eve has completed 28 marathons and a dozen ultra-marathons. She has qualified for the Boston Marathon 9 times. She ran across the Grand Canyon and back. She loves camping and high altitude mountaineering. And for fun she does stuff like climb volcanoes in South America.

Eve is 51 years old and a proud mother of three. She genuinely cares about the people in her life. “Eve, after two decades of false starts in various fitness programs, she is the first person who has actually helped me see results,” explains Reshma, age 45.

“Functional fitness is the backbone of any physical goal, whether it’s playing with your kids or grandkids, participating in sports or scaling high peaks. Everyone should learn the correct way to lift, push or pull to prevent injury as we age,” Eve explains. “Having a strong body is about staying active and injury free.”