Passionate Coaches


When it comes to coaching, well-rounded experience counts. Our trainers come from extensive backgrounds that include collegiate-level coaching, competition, military training, and of course, CrossFit. You bring your goals, and these coaches will use everything in their arsenal to help you make them happen.

  • Jared Munday

    Head Coach/Owner

    Head Coach/Owner Jared Munday has been a personal trainer and bootcamp instructor for the past 12 years. He found his love for working out in the Navy in 2006. “As my body started changing, people began asking what I was doing, so I decided to help people get in better shape for their fitness testing and started my time as a personal trainer,” he says.

    His exercise career expanded into bodybuilding and physique shows. But tired of the unhealthy mindset of constantly being worried about what he looked like, Jared started looking for something else and found CrossFit. “I have a much more healthy outlook on working out now and am excited to share my experiences with others and help them join our awesome community of fitness and friendship,” he says. “I believe that a person’s mindset is the key to achieving their dreams.”


    • CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
    • Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certified Coach
    • CrossFit Gymnastics
    • CrossFit Spot the Flaw Course
    • CrossFit Scaling Course
    • CrossFit Judges Course
    • Certified Personal Trainer
    • Faith RXD Austin Chapter Director
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science/Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Jamie Gunthorp


    Coach Jamie Gunthorp specializes in teaching the fundamentals and “being bubbly.” She grew up playing lots of different sports, including more than 20 years of soccer. She played soccer at the University of the Incarnate Word, where she was a four-year starter and still holds a top 10 position for overall career points. She also coached women’s soccer at the collegiate and club level for many years.

    After her competitive soccer career ended due to injury shortly after college, her friends encouraged her to join CrossFit. “CrossFit provided an awesome atmosphere where there was a supportive community encouraging others, of all age levels and abilities, to work hard and grow,” she says. “I loved that despite my lingering injuries, I could still scale my workout, work hard and make gains without injuring myself while being around a team. I wanted to get my CFL1 to bring together my loves of CrossFit and coaching.”


    • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
    • CrossFit Scaling Course
    • CrossFit Judges Course
    • Faith RXD Austin Chapter Outreach Coordinator
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with a Concentration in Sports Management
  • Joe Sagrilla


    Coach Joe Sagrilla started his CrossFit journey in the fall of 2015 by joining his local CrossFit gym in Cleveland, before later moving to Austin. He experienced substantial benefits from doing CrossFit, including relief from chronic low back pain caused by a degenerative disc (an issue that conventional medicine had failed to resolve).

    In the summer of 2017, Joe became a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer so that he could help others achieve their fitness goals. “I’m deeply passionate about sharing the CrossFit training and nutrition methodology to help people enjoy a better quality of life and fight the chronic disease epidemic,” Joe says. He added, “I really love helping people from all walks of life progress toward their fitness goals. I truly believe CrossFit isn’t for everybody, but it is for anybody.”


    • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
    • CrossFit Scaling Course
    • CrossFit Judges Course
    • Bachelor of Science in Business
    • Master of Business Administration
  • Andrea Joy Mee

    Yoga Instructor

    Andrea was a competitive diver for 10 years growing up, and when her diving career ended, she realized she hated going to typical gyms. She wanted a workout that allowed her to get out of her own head while still being surrounded by the energy of others.

    She first found yoga in 2008 during her freshman year of college when big changes were affecting her everyday life. She said, “I needed to find a way to balance my internal world with my external world.” Since that first class, she has fallen in love with the practice. What started as a “good work out” quickly turned into a meditation, and when she is in need of grounding or calming, she turns to yoga. Wanting to deepen her personal practice, she decided to do yoga teacher training in 2015 and completed her 200 RYT certification. Through her personal yoga practice, she found more balance in her life.

    Andrea started going to a CrossFit gym around that same time and realized that there are so many similarities between the two practices. They are perfect compliments to one another. Both practices require internal mental drive, breath work, and allow you to thrive off the energy of others while still fostering a sense of independence and self-improvement. She plans her classes with the CrossFit athlete in mind, balancing both strength and ease and incorporating music that fosters meditation and self-reflection.

    Pictured with Andrea is her handsome pup, Billy! Billy joins his mom for every Yoga class, which (as you can naturally see) always brings a smile to our members faces. Besides getting to watch his mom share her passion for yoga with others, Billy loves to run and really really loves chewing on his favorite meat bones.


    • 200 hour Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT)
    • Bachelor of the Arts in Education
    • Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology (in progress)


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