I have been a CrossFit athlete for 12 years and a CrossFit coach at CFLO for the past 4 years. I love helping people and working with them to achieve their personal goals. I love CrossFit's community, which is the biggest reason my wife and I purchased the Gym in February of 2021. Amy and I believe in this community and are excited to see it grow year after year.
CrossFit Level 1 certification
Red Cross Certified CPR/First Aid Instructor
Life Coach and Spiritual Director
Owner, CFLO Fitness (CrossFit Lake Oswego)
Jean brings passion, fire, and energy to the gym floor. One of her favorite motivations as a coach is taking someone from a beginner’s level and helping them discover that anything is possible. She believes in hard work, determination, and a never-give-up mentality to accomplishing goals. And at the young age of 40-something, she will remind you that age is just a number. She discovered CrossFit in 2010, thanks to a friend who encouraged her to check it out. After four years of playing around with the sport at CFLO, she was encouraged to take it to the next level and get back into the arena of competing and coaching. She enjoyed being a part of the Invictus Master’s Athlete community since 2016, with her greatest accomplishments of placing 4th at the 2016 Granite Games Masters 40-44 division, participating in the 2015-2017 CrossFit Master Qualifier 40-44 division, and being a member on the 2015 and 2017 CrossFit Wilsonville West Regional team. Jean is a Certified CrossFit Trainer (Level 3), ACE Certified Personal Trainer, and has attended several seminars along the way. She has been a part of the CrossFit coaching staff at CrossFit Wilsonville, Invictus Fitness San Diego, and Nike World HeadQuarters. She is happily married to her husband, Eric, of 24 years. They stay busy traveling and discovering new golf courses and CrossFit gyms wherever they go.
I have been participating in CrossFit since early 2009 in some form or another. I started coaching CrossFit in 2016, and have been enjoying it since. I have a teaching background and enjoy sharing knowledge around fitness and health for life.
The COVID19 Pandemic resulted in several changes for all of us. Some of those changes were some fantastic opportunities for me. One of those changes was remote coaching. This has been a blessing for us. During the past year, we also started OPEX CCP, which is a coaching education started by the first CrossFit Games Champ. Plus, I started working on more knowledge with the Precision Nutrition Level 1. I believe in the philosophy of TEACH - LEARN - MOVE - CREATE. I consider myself lucky to work at those things each day with my clients.
Little on the personal side. My wife and I live in the thriving metropolis of King City with our fur baby, Lexi. Tara and I have been married for 9 years. When we aren't working, we get lots of dog walks with our energetic dog. We enjoy finding good little spots around town to eat and trying new things (typically BBQ or tacos). I enjoy expressing my fitness with outdoor activities and participating in some local comps here and there.
Rob Bozada is a NIKE Trainer at NIKE World Headquarters in Oregon, USA. He is a Human performance Optimization expert that specializes in joint and tissue mobility protocols, strength, speed and power development, neuromuscular coordination patterning, the psychology behind success, and overall enhancement of the human experience. Bozada is also the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of the men’s gymnastics team at the largest indoor athletic club in the world, the exclusive Multnomah Athletic Club. He has trained elite, professional athletes from several sports, including 4 x CrossFit Games Champion Mat Fraser and NBA phenom LeBron James. He is a published author, Athlematics- Quantifying Athleticism, and has conducted specialty seminars both domestically in the US as well as internationally. Bozada has created his own certification process, which launched in February of this year (2020) throughout Italy.
Bozada Performance Systems will conduct this event twice per year from now on throughout Italy. The certification process is composed of three levels; each focusing on imperative, dynamic principles of coaching, training, and optimization of one’s performance. The first level focuses on breath work and mindset; as well as how both of these interface with the nervous system, and unlock untapped potential. From there, these principles are applied to increasing one’s mobility and movement quality. Level two and three increase in complexity; offering more elaborate details regarding performance, nutrition, and the aspects of life that potentiate our sense of well-being and health. Whether you are looking to rehabilitate, rest and recover, fuel your inner athlete through positive psychology, gain strength or lose weight, live a pain-free, capable life with access to your full movement potential, or wanting to compete against the most
elite athletes (or business leaders) in the world, Bozada has the expertise to enable you.
Pat was introduced to CrossFit in 2006 while deployed to Afghanistan. Pat received his initial CrossFit Level 1 certificate in 2010 after returning from another deployment to Iraq. Upon this return from Iraq Pat discovered the newly opened CrossFit Lake Oswego. Pat eventually received his CrossFit Level 2 Certificate. Pat began coaching in 2012. Pat has attended several CrossFit Specialty courses including the Master’s Athlete, Gymnastics and Olympic Weightlifting courses. Pat has attended courses from the Power Athlete Academy and Kabuki Strength. Pat is a graduate of the U.S. Army Master Fitness Course. He is also a Chair Member on Physical Fitness for the National Tactical Officer’s Association. Pat is the founder of the first non-profit CrossFit affiliate in Oregon, CrossFit 1850. When not chasing fitness, Pat can be found on Northwest mountain streams fly fishing. Pat enjoys finding new places to eat tacos and attempting to improve his poor archery skills.
It’s Jon’s passion to partner with athletes to become the fullest manifestation of what they are created to be. This starts with physical fitness and moves through the core elements of clean nutrition, emotional/mental well-being, spiritual health, and deep relational connection. Jon has had the honor of co-leading a local fitness non-profit, Element Fitness, for the past 6 years and he’s thrilled to work with CFLO to help folks meet and exceed their goals. He is a Level 2 Crossfit instructor with 13 years of coaching experience ranging from adult fitness to youth sports. When he’s not coaching, or leading teams as an executive at Stumptown Coffee Roasters, he spends time with his best friend/wife, Shelley, and their five kids. They are deeply rooted in the West Linn/Lake Oswego area and passionate about this community.