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  • Steve Dempsey, Managing Partner/Lead Trainer

    Years of Experience

    • 31 Years


    • BS Business Eastern Illinois University Charleston, IL
    • MS Physical Education Indiana University Bloomington IN
    • American College of Sports Medicine Exercise Physiologist Certified
    • National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist
    • National Academy of Sports Medicine Performance Enhancement Specialist
    • US Soccer- Grassroots Advanced Referee
    • US Lacrosse - Level I Coach

    I’m one of 7 kids so to keep their sanity, my parents kept us active growing up-soccer, swimming, tennis, kick the can, tag, etc... While not physically gifted, I ended up as D1 swimmer based on having good coaches and consistent training. I realized I made a mistake shortly after graduating with a business degree, so I went back and got a Masters degree in an area I enjoyed. I’ve coached multiple sports, participated in many different events-some at a high level and some not so high (but those were the most fun). I’ve always enjoyed helping people reach their goals. As a personal trainer and business owner, I get to do that on many levels. Covid vaccinated

    in my free time I like to
    Explore the PNW on bike or foot. Ref and watch soccer games. Hang out with my kids including my dog Daisy.

  • Tabbitha Cobb, Health and Wellness Specialist

    Years of Experience

    • 5 Years


    • BA in Psychology from Seattle University,
    • National Academy Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
    • CrossFit Trainer L1
    • YogaFit Instructor
    • Senior Fitness Specialist

    I have always enjoyed training, finding it to be an excellent outlet for de-stressing and a confidence builder with each strength gain. However, it wasn't until after I graduated with my Psychology degree that I discovered my passion for Personal Training. I realized I could help others live higher quality lives by helping them move their bodies and I've been hooked ever since. My real passion in the training industry is helping others discover their own strength and help them to realize empowering that strength can be.

    in my free time I like to
    My absolute favorite way to spend my free time is out on my Kayak, whether that means adventuring with my girl friends or just finding a calm spot to float and read mystery novels it's always top of my weekend priorities. Aside from that I really enjoy just getting outdoors and exploring what Washington has to offer. When the rain's locked me up for the Winter my inner Martha Stewart is released and I spend most of my free time crafting and cooking up some tasty treats.

  • Taylor Monta, Health and Wellness Specialist

    Years of Experience

    • 4 Years


    • B.S. Clinical Physiology from Central Washington University
    • American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer
    • American Council on Exercise Fitness Nutrition Specialist
    • MixxedFit Instructor

    My passion is to guide people towards a healthier lifestyle. I want to teach you how to love your body, move correctly, build strength, eat balanced meals, and above all, enjoy movement! Whatever your goals are, I'm here to help you achieve them and guide you to a healthy lifestyle you can sustain. I’ve worked with clients age 8-60 within sports training and general fitness. I have taught TRX, Butts and Guts, partner training, small and large group trainings. I enjoy 1-on-1 training the most because I get to build a stronger relationship with my client and focus all my attention on them; ensuring they are moving correctly and enjoying their session!

    in my free time I like to
    When I’m not working I’m usually still at the gym! I love lifting, swimming, dancing, hiking, badminton and paddle boarding in the summer. Outside of physical activity I enjoy trying new restaurants and going shopping. I also love to travel! In August 2019, I went backpacking in Thailand and Singapore for three weeks. Hopefully in 2021 I can plan my next vacation spot to Indonesia and The Philippines. Available for Virtual Training only

  • Austin Rojan, Health and Wellness Specialist

    Years of Experience

    • 2 Years


    • American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
    • BA in Pastoral Ministries with a Minor in Psychology-Northwest University
    • MA in Bible & Theology-Northwest University

    I was introduced to resistance training the same way most young males are–a big brother figure said I had to go to the gym with him one day. What was a fun hobby throughout college, eventually turned into a practice of self-care and personal development. After finishing my Master's degree, I needed a new academic interest to satisfy my brain's demand for constant learning. Since I had been training long enough that progress was becoming increasingly difficult, I dove headfirst into the world of exercise science to continue improving my own fitness. After transitioning out of my role in pastoral ministry, several close friends suggested that I consider becoming a Personal Trainer. So, I went on to earn my Personal Training Certification through the ACSM and have been training others full-time ever since. Personal Training has given me the incredible opportunity to walk with people in their journey toward becoming their most flourishing self.

    in my free time I like to
    I'm not exactly sure what counts as "free time" in my life. Outside of Personal Training, I'm also an adjunct professor of Communications at Northwest University and play drums for my friend Isaac Peabody. Lifting is probably the hobby I spend most of my time on, alongside reading anything I can get my hands on. When my wife and I get to hang out with friends, it's usually playing a board game or Dungeons & Dragons. And trust me, I can't figure myself out either.


here’s how it works


signature fit evaluation

A complimentary signature process where we learn about your goals, health history, and take you through a mini workout so we have the information we need to begin building your customized program.

full body assessment

A comprehensive fitness assessment to collect baseline metrics that will help us track your progress.

personal training session

Meet your trainer in your private suite (or virtually) for your 1:1 session to begin your completely customized workout program.

progress checks

A comprehensive assessment every 6 weeks so we can celebrate your progress and set new goals.


  • Friendly people who care about helping you achieve your goals. FT helped me prepare to hike the Appalachian Trail at age 65. If you have the will, FT will show you the way.

  • I have been working out at FT for a couple of years and it has made a dramatic difference in my health. I no longer need hip surgery and I am able to dance and hike again.

  • I started working out after having breast cancer and heading to osteoporosis. My primary goal with FT was to increase bone density. I now have normal bone density.

  • The high quality training and nutrition advice at Fitness Together has helped me reach my fitness goals. I’ve lost 20 pounds and have a BMI of 22.8!