Kevyn Feiner - Director

On top of his impressive achievements as an athlete, Kevyn has trained in the fitness industry since 2006 and has worked to develop a plethora of talented, versatile athletes.  He has worked with many athletes ranging from 8 years old to Division I scholarship athletes. Kevyn knows what it takes to be successful on and off the field/court having lived the professional athlete lifestyle for close to a decade. It's one thing to say you have worked WITH professionals, it's another to say you have BEEN one AND worked alongside them day in and day out. He is passionate about bringing the knowledge he gained to young athletes and developing them through performance training. Kevyn is certified through the  American Council of Exercise as a Personal Trainer.  In addition, he is certified as a Speed and Agility Specialist as well as a High School Strength and Conditioning Specialist, both by the International Youth Conditioning Association.  Lastly, the National Academy of Sports Medicine has deemed Kevyn a Performance Enhancement Specialist.

Achievements as an athlete: As a senior, the 2005 Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association State Player of the Year led the Sun Prairie Cardinals to a 26-0 record and the 2005 WIAA Division 1 State Championship.  Kevyn was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds out of Sun Prairie High School in the 18th round of the 2005 amateur draft.  That season, Feiner made stops with both the Gulf Coast League Reds and the Billings Mustangs.  In 2008, Feiner was assigned to the Dayton Dragons where he spent the entire season.  Kevyn spent the 2009 season splitting time between the Sarasota Reds and in Dayton, where on August 8th he tied a Midwest League record by hitting four doubles in one game.  The 2010 season again saw Kevyn bouncing between Dayton and another team, this time with the Lynchburg Hillcats.  Despite season-highs in HRs, RBIs and Total Bases, Kevyn was not picked up by the Reds for the following season.  Instead, Kevyn played for the Washington WildThings of the Frontier League.