Lance is a CrossFit Level 2 instructor and has attended the CrossFit Competitors
course to better coach and program for competitor level athletes. Lance has
been a Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Colleyville since 2010. As
a lifetime athlete Lance quickly fell in love with CrossFit as a challenging
fitness methodology and competitive sport.
It was not long before he knew it was his mission to share his passion with
others. This led to him founding High Velocity CrossFit (formerly CrossFit
Highland Village) in 2013. When Lance isn’t at the gym he enjoys spending
time with his wife, daughter and two dogs!
Tammie is a CrossFit Level 1 coach, certified CrossFit Mobility coach, and
2017 CrossFit Games Competitor. She is a wife, mother of 2 grown
sons and grandmother to 4 grandchildren.
Tammie was born and raised in Denton County, Texas, where she spent the
majority of her youth playing every sport possible. Before finding CrossFit,
she was an endurance athlete, completing several marathons.
One of her biggest passions is to share her enthusiasm for a healthy and
fulfilling life; CrossFit is a perfect platform for that passion. She is
honored to be a part of the CrossFit community and LOVES every hour spent
in the gym with other CrossFit athletes.
Kevin is a Crossfit Level 1 coach. Crossfit has been a part of Kevin’s life since
2008 when he was training to become a firefighter. Helping people is what
he was made to do. His goal is to help people push past their threshold and
meet, and exceed their goals.
Kevin has been a Firefighter/Paramedic since 2009 and currently works for
Lewisville Fire Department. When Kevin is not at the station or the gym,
he enjoys traveling with his wife, Sarah, woodworking, making people laugh,
and torturing himself as a devoted Fightin’ Texas Aggie football fan.
Tyson Doucet started doing CrossFit in 2009 and obtained his CrossFit Level 1
in 2013. Sports has always been a huge part of Tyson’s life and after college,
he wanted to continue to compete in some form. Since 2009, Tyson has competed
in several mud/endurance races and CrossFit type competitions. Tyson’s passion
for CrossFit is expressed not only through his competitive sprit, but also
through his coaching style.
He coaches just as he trains, aggressive but calm and collected. Tyson has
been a Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Grapevine since 2011. When
not working or working out, Tyson enjoys spending time with his wife and
two sons, doing home improvement projects, and playing golf.
Beth is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer. She has been a competitive crossfitter since
May of 2011. Having an athletic background, CrossFit quickly became a good
fit to help maintain her health and fitness goals. The passion she has for
this sport drives her to help improve the lives of those inside our community
and to continue learning new and better ways to aid in training. Beth has
a husband, a son and a dog that she enjoys spending her time with when she’s
not at the gym.
Kyle is a CrossFit Level 1 Instructor and has attended the USA Weightlifting
course. Kyle has been a Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Colleyville
since 2011. He started doing CrossFit for the purpose of maintaining health
and better serving his community, but it has grown into a passion for fitness
and helping others achieve their goals. When not at the gym or the Fire Station,
Kyle enjoys spending time with his wife, and dog.
Todd is a CrossFit Level 1 Coach and has also received his CrossFit Gymastics
and CrossFit Comptitors Certificates. Before finding CrossFit in 2012 Todd
was quite the competitive cyclist. He has competed is several masters racing
events including two national championships.
Todd credits CrossFit to getting him in better shape than when he was riding
100 miles a week! Today he regularly competes in RX and masters competitions
around the state and finished 40th worldwide in the 2015 Masters Open 45-49
year old age group. Todd has a beautiful family including his wife Jamie
and their son and four daughters.