Rich Wilson is a L1 certified Coach here at CrossFit Impervious. His base of knowledge from working with high level athletes has directly translated into a CrossFit program that can help anyone move better and feel better. He’s helped people with injuries get back to places they didn’t think they could, helped people lose weight, and showed a number of people that if they believe in themselves as much as he does that their results are limitless. He is a true teacher who is the perennial student and continues to learn from coaches all over and gaining certifications outside of the CrossFit world and applying this knowledge to help people not only reach their goals, but smash them.
*CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
* MetaFit Certified
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH
Bryan “Butters” Butterfass is our Associate Head Coach here at CrossFit Impervious. Bryan’s execution of teaching strength, mobility and proper scaling is second to none. Constantly learning and refining his skill set, Bryan will maximize anyone’s performance and help them reach their goals. Aside from running our regular scheduled classes Bryan heads up CrossFit Impervious Barbell Club. You can also find Bryan competing in USAW competitions throughout the year.
*CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
Steve Tria - Having graduated with a B.S. in Biology from Southampton College of Long Island University with Honors, Steve is no stranger to the scientific method and research practices. Using these skills he has advanced himself in the last 10 years of training athletes and the general population alike to get incredible results. From draft picks and professional athletes, to helping kids make the varsity team Steve has done it all. He has helped athletes play at over 120 different Universities and Colleges with many full scholarship athletes. He has multiple certifications and experience learning from some of the best and brightest in the industry giving him the ability to work with athletes from all backgrounds and has helped many athletes return to the field of play after major injuries and was one of the first Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialists (FRCms) in the country. His science based approach allows an athlete to maximize their performance by targeting their individual weaknesses and making them strengths. A former competitive athlete having played multiple sports including Football, Lacrosse, Wrestling, and Powerlifting, he still finds himself competing now in the sport of Weightlifting. He is also the head coach of the USAW registered Impervious WL, and has helped athletes reach the podium and qualify for national level events like the American Open.