Nick is the Founder and owner of Sweat Equity Gym. He has 15 years of experience as a personal trainer and group instructor. Nick has always led by example, by running marathons, adventure races and working out with his clients. His personal passion and dedication to his own fitness level is motivating to all those around him. He inspires his clients with his enthusiasm and permanently positive attitude. He recently moved to Coronado to open up the second Sweat Equity location. He is excited for the challenge and the opportunity to work a new group of people to reach their fitness goals. Although he misses his clients in Bellevue who have been with him for his entire career, he is proud knowing that he had a positive influence on them and in turn that have stayed in great shape by continuing to attend Sweat Equity Bellevue.
During his youth, Caleb played baseball and beach volleyball growing up, then switched Rugby in college. While growing up, his Dad ran the conditioning program for a college baseball team, this is when he started to learn about fitness, specifically in regards to sports performance. He moved to San Diego to play premier league rugby with OMBAC, and never left. Caleb started training a wide variety of people in college and eventually became the master trainer at LA fitness after school. He has his Personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports medicine as well as having a sports performance certification, a sports nutrition certification(all through NASM), and a Functional Fitness Certification. He loves working with all types of clients but specializes in sport specific training. He will make sure that you get the most out of your Sweat Equity workout.
Tyler Gilmore is a CHS graduate. He is currently a math major finishing up his final year at Vassar College. As a student athlete, Tyler excelled on and off the pitch. He captained the team in his senior season and earned All-Conference accolades each year, including defensive player of the year. Aside from math, Tyler also focused on economics, hispanic studies, and computer science at Vassar. In his spring semester of 2018, he studied abroad in Spain and travelled across Europe. He would go on to lead a high school field studies program in Peru the subsequent summer, which included a five day backpacking trek to Machu Picchu. After this summer, Tyler will continue his education at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where he will complete a one year Masters program in Finance and Management. Over the past three years, Tyler has worked as a student athletic trainer for Vassar Sports Medicine. He is well versed in injury prevention and has been directly involved in creating and modifying exercise routines. Tyler’s leadership experience as a teammate and a mentor has set him up to be a great leader of Sweat Equity's Camp Sweat!