meet team fury
One of the benefits of teaching courses is getting to meet many wonderful coaches and see them interact, train, cue and handle themselves firsthand. From seasoned vets to rising stars, Fury Industries is a place to give the people that stood out to me a chance to grow.
I’m extremely excited to have Coaches Caitlin Lavelle, Meg Hopkins and Mallory Creveling on Team Fury. I know the Fury Crew will excel in the strong and mindful hands of these three.
COACH Caitlin Lavelle
Caitlin, aka Optimus Prime, has a mission: to help busy, stressed out people fall in love with the way they move and feel.
After experiencing a physical wake-up call over five years ago requiring a 180 degree lifestyle change, she found solace in fitness classes, and transitioned from full-time corporate cog to personal trainer, yoga teacher and nutrition coach.
Caitlin’s aim is to make training fun while helping you discover your untapped strength and confidence on and off your mat. Her approach is all about meeting you where you are today, focusing on practicing healthier habits consistently, and helping you get stronger, mentally and physically.
You can follow her on IG @ superpowerstudios
NASM CPT and CES
Precision Nutrition L1 Coach
RYT 200 Vinyasa + Hatha
RKC I + HCK
TRX STC + RIP
Pre- and Post-Natal
Animal Flow I + II
COACH MEG HOPKINS
Meg was born and raised in New York City and struggles to remember a time in her childhood when she didn’t loathe her body. She is now years in recovery from anorexia nervosa and very open about her struggles with eating, clinical depression, and anxiety.
Her experiences have given her a unique take on being a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, and she uses kettlebells as the perfect tool to encourage clients to ditch dieting, smash their scales, and focus on movement that makes them feel powerful.
COACH MALLORY CREVELING
Mallory is an ACE-certified personal trainer, who has experience teaching group fitness classes, particularly in both strength and high-intensity interval training formats. She also holds her pre/post-natal and Russian Kettlebell certifications.
Mallory is all about creating a fun, friendly fitness environment for her clients and class-goers so people look forward to exercising—but she also knows how to create challenges and help people safely push their limits. She aims to design efficient, engaging programming, meant to help women and men move better, feel stronger, and leave their session feeling proud of their efforts.
Mallory also writes about health, nutrition, fitness, and travel for sites like WomensHealthMag.com, Shape.com, MensJournal.com. RunnersWorld.com and Family Circle magazine.