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MEET THE TEAM

We can't wait to meet you! 

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

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Jordan
Lana
Logan
Doug
Angel
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Owner | Coach

Jordan Bair

Hi! My name is Jordan and I am co-founder and owner of CrossFit Weaverville XC. Before becoming a owner, I worked as a CrossFit coach at multiple other gyms in the area as well as did personal training. I am an L2 certified CrossFit Trainer and have been in the industry for 6+ years. I have a passion for helping others succeed and pushing members towards new limits. Helping others reach their goals brings me a sense of purpose and a great joy in my life. I teach and practice CrossFit everyday and am currently loving being a new mom with my Husband William. We strive to be a welcoming and encouraging community in every way possible and can’t wait to help you succeed! Come see us!

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Coach

Lana Graham

Hi! My name is Lana. I am originally from Russia; moved to United States in 2006. My Crossfit journey started in 2016 when I was in search of an exercise routine that I can commit and see some positive changes in my body and my mind set. An old friend of mine had recommended to try CrossFit since she, herself , lost over 50 lb by joining the gym and changing eating habits.  Ever since joining CrossFit , I have never looked back. I love  everything about what Crossfit community has to offer. I currently hold CrossFit Level 1 certification . I truly enjoy helping people to reach their fitness goals and maximize their potential.  I believe that CrossFit community is the place is where you are celebrated and not just tolerated.

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Coach

Logan Jackson

Hey I’m Logan! I’m a Weaverville native and proud of it. I have spent over 10 years in competitive gymnastics competing in the Southeast Region. After graduating from North
Buncombe High School, I transitioned to CrossFit in 2019. I loved it from my first day! What I love most about this sport is that it is meant for everyone, and it is accepting of everyone. All of the workouts are modifiable to each person’s capability. Everyone, no matter what level of fitness, can do CrossFit.  We’re a family here, and we all are here to not only improve ourselves, but to help improve our fellow athletes. To motivate, encourage, and support each other through
the workouts is our top priority. That’s why I love CrossFit. If you feel like you need a place with a strong, encouraging community, then definitely come by and see us. We’d love to have you join our family.

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Coach

Doug Wessling 

Howdy, my name is Doug!  I started CrossFit back in 2009 and have been coaching at various gyms since 2010 and I'm currently an L2 coach.  I have an Exercise Physiology degree from UNC Chapel Hill where I also ran varsity track specializing in the 800m and 1500m events.

I fell in love with CrossFit because of the people!  CrossFit X-Caliber has a great coaching staff, but more importantly we have a community of great and diverse people.  I love that we can welcome people with different backgrounds and help them safely achieve their fitness goals no matter their backgrounds. Nothing makes me prouder as a coach than seeing an athlete hit their PR or finally mastering a new skill.

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Physical Therapist | Coach

Angel Trail

Hi my name is Angel! I am a physical therapist and CrossFit Level 1 trainer. I coach the age 50+ CrossFit program, LifeLong Strong, and I own the physical therapy business at the gym. My passions are helping people with injuries, teaching movement, and healthy aging.

 

I started CrossFit in 2009 and got hooked right away.  Not only was it really fun, but I also felt stronger and more powerful than I ever had during my previous training in gymnastics, martial arts and dance. It also really helped my chronic back pain. It was funny because at the time all the physical therapists I knew thought CrossFit was dangerous and bad for your body, but I felt better than I ever had. Now there’s a lot of evidence of how effective high intensity functional training is with risks of injury similar to any other sport. Whether you are a member yet or not, please feel free to reach out to me with questions about injuries and injury prevention. I’m here to help!

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