Kim Mina
Owner, Coach, CF-L1

Kim owns Crossfit Highbridge, but just 5 years ago she was an average overweight working mom just trying to survive. One day, despite having never been into fitness or having touched a barbell, she decided to change her life and started Crossfit. She loves the way it brings unique individuals together to create a diverse and supportive community. Now her world revolves around her faith, two boys, Crossfit Highbridge, coffee and donuts.

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Michael Godsey
Coach, CF-L1

Michael has been doing CrossFit for two years despite the fact his family thought he would only last a month. Now, 30 pounds lighter and considerably stronger, Michael is a coach who enjoys watching others achieve their goals. With a Bachelor in Music, Michael will talk to anyone about musical theatre, but has now discovered a new passion in CrossFit and is pursuing a Masters in Exercise Science. 

Bryan Roethel
Coach, CF-L1

Bryan originally started CrossFit in 2013 but took a two-year hiatus before returning in 2017. The community at CrossFit HighBridge—and the encouragement for others success—is what drives Bryan to keep coming back. CrossFit has helped him lose 50 pounds and eliminated his need for a CPAP machine to control his sleep apnea. Bryan is a tech guru at Longwood University and for Highbridge. He enjoys dogs, bacon, and squat snatches.

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Christine Parker
Coach, CF-L1

Christine started CrossFit 2 ½ years ago because she was searching for guidance in her workouts. She enjoys showing people what their body is capable of and believes exercise is a celebration of what your body can do, not a punishment for what you ate. Speaking of eating, the half-Canadian social worker is a lover of food and can frequently be found snacking and planning her next meal.

Parker Nixon
Coach, CF-L1

Parker has been doing Crossfit for 2 years. A little coercion from a friend and a lot of frustration with the fit of her clothes convinced her to give Highbridge a try. She loves Crossfit for the community and confidence it has given her. Parker believes tacos and a positive attitude make life better. The avid traveler does the social media for Hampden-Sydney when she is not planning her next adventure around the world.