Meet Our Staff
Tony Paradis, RD, LD, USAW, USAPL
My name is Tony Paradis. I am a registered and licensed dietitian and certified personal trainer. I have been involved in sports all my life. I have a degree from Texas Tech University in Nutrition Sciences, certified as a personal trainer and Olympic weightlifting coach through USA Weightlifting and a certified strength coach through USA Powerlifting. I have competed in wrestling, jiu jitsu, American Ninja Warrior, natural men's physique, and power lifting.
I guarantee results for all my clients (just check out some of the success stories above). I am dedicated to each and every client and create a nutrition and exercise program to fit your specific needs and personality. My clients enjoy working with me because I am personable and passionate about helping people. I believe that good nutrition is the foundation of a healthy body.
Chef Mike Moreland
My name is Mike Moreland. I am a personal chef and certified by ServSafe in sanitation and food safety. I attended The Art Institute of Dallas where my cooking skills were honed. Currently I am pursuing a B.A. in Business.
My passion for cooking is something I want to share with others. I grew up in a family where food brought everyone together. I have experience cooking for those with food allergies, so I am sensitive to the struggles of those having to adjust their diet. I hope to demonstrate to you that great tasting food can also be healthy, creative, and unintimidating. Bon Appétit!
Ryan Hattaway, BS, PICP Coach, CPT
My name is Ryan Hattaway. I graduated from TWU with a BS in Kinesiology. I have been a certified personal trainer since 2008.
Strength training is my true passion; you could say I fall into that weird category of people who enjoys weight lifting purely for the joy of having cold, heavy iron in my hands or on my back.
I understand that many people are unfamiliar and even intimidated by lifting weights. I like to show them that it is a fun and challenging experience and is best tool for fat loss and building lean muscles.