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Name: Charlie Chandler Owner/Trainer



  • Laurel, MS


High School:

  • Laurel High School 93



  • Jones College 1995 A.A.

  • Elon University 1997 B.S. Physical Education

  • George Mason University 2007 M.ed Administration


Training/Coaching Experience:

  • 20 year Physical Educator, 20 years Coaching College Football to Youth                                                        Level Sports which include baseball, basketball, lacrosse, flag football,                                                           and tackle football

  • Personal Trainer at Sport and Health 99-01 

  • C4 2014-present


College Experience:

  • Zero Offers out of High School

  • Walk-On at Jones College 93-94 Offensive Line MVP, Team Captain, 1994 All State                                        Team, 1994 MS All Star Team

  • University 95-96 All Conference 95/96,  Team Captain, Team MVP 1996

  • Elon Rugby 1997


Why do you coach?

  • I coach because I want to give back to society! Changing lives is something I committed to doing for the duration of my life. Many people do not  realize their full potential and I want to change that! Being a former walk on out of high school to having a successful college career, taught me that if you want something bad enough, you must believe and work hard! Seeing our Members, from adults to athletes,  change physically, mentally and socially is awesome! 


Your Favorite Quote:

  • Never wish for Friday! Don’t wish your life away because tomorrow is not guaranteed.  

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Name: Austin Brown 


Hometown/High School:

  • Woodbridge, VA (Woodbridge Senior High School)



  • B.S. Kinesiology & Health (Miami OH University) 2013



  • C.S.C.S (Certified Strength and Condition Specialist)

  • CFSC-Level 1(Functional Strength Coach), CPR/AED

  • Ignition APG Speed System

  • Next Level Fitness Cert. Trainer

  • Certified Teacher State of Virginia  


College Experience:

  • 20+ Scholarship Offers D-1 & D1 AA.

  • Attended Miami (OH) University c/o 2013 All Conference DT 2010, 2011, 2012. 3 x team captain. 


Professional Experience:

  • NFL Undrafted Free Agent (2014) Houston Texans

  • (2015-16) New Orleans Saints

  • (AFL) Orlando Predators (2015)

  • Washington Valor (2018)

Why do you coach?

  • “I coach to try and give student athletes the chance to better themselves. I have been blessed to play and study under strength and conditioning coaches at the professional and collegiate level. Applying techniques I have learned in my career as well as obtaining some of the highest strength and conditioning certifications is a way that I show how serious I take my craft. I love helping athletes reach the pinnacle of their careers and progressing them along the correct way.”


Favorite Quote: 

  • “It ain’t the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” - Winston Churchill

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Name: Alice King (Personal Trainer) 


  • Olney, MD

High School:

  • Our Lady of Good Counsel, Wheaton, MD


  • BS Mathematics, 2000 Virginia Tech


  • 14 years of personal training, 15 years of physique/bodybuilding competitions

  • 2007-2010 Indian River YMCA, Virginia Beach, VA

  • 2010-2021 Sport & Health/OneLife Fitness

  • 2021-present C4

Why did you become a trainer?

  • I struggled with my weight and after my son was born I had a trainer help me get in the best shape of my life. I started setting new goals and found my way on a stage competing. Fitness became a passion and I wanted to share it with others so I got my training certification when I was pregnant with my daughter. I want to change lives and help others set new goals and reach higher than ever! Its never too late to start!

Your Favorite Quote:


  • “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” - C.S. Lewis

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Name: Sebastian Baytan


  • Woodbridge, VA 

High School:

  • Forest Park High School


  • Current George Mason Student of Kinesiology


  • Owner of Seabass Strength Systems (Strength & Performance Coach) 2018-Now

  • USA Powerlifting Coach 2018-now

  • USA Powerlifting State Referee 2019-now

  • Strength & Conditioning Intern @ Bishop O’Connell HS 2019-2020

  • Strength Coach @ Unleash’d Strength Gym 2020-now

Why did you become a trainer?

  • Other than my love for strength and conditioning, I love helping others grow physically, mentally, and emotionally. Through everyone’s journey along the path to success, it’s very seldom that we make it without the aid of others. Throughout my youth and high school athletic career, I can say that most of my skills I’ve obtained were taught to me by some of the most influential coaches. I learned how to work hard, remain disciplined, and always put my best foot forward in everything I do. Through hard work and discipline, I learned that the fruits of my labor will flourish as long as I am putting in the effort. That is the kind of impact I strive to pass on to my clients and athletes. Beyond creating programs, I wish to instill values in my clients and athletes that they will hold on to and apply in all walks of life. A trainer and a coach has much more influence on others than we may realize, so I train and coach to influence those around me for the better.


Your Favorite Quote:

  • “In this life, all you can do is try.”

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Name: Austin Reames


  • Bristow, VA 

High School:

  • Stonewall Jackson High School


  • B.S. Exercise Science (Gardner-Webb University), 2021


  • Wrestled for four years at GWU (D1)

Why did you become a trainer?

  • I coach because I want to have the same positive impact on my community that my coaches had on me. Coaches play a pivotal role in the development of student-athletes and seeing them grow in front of our eyes is one of the best feelings in the world. An athlete’s success is success for us as coaches and sharing their joy brings us joy. I had similar goals to our athletes when I competed, and I want them to achieve their goals and to move forward to even greater success. My goal is to teach our athletes the right way to train, to compete to the best of their ability, and to grow to be the best form of themselves.


Your Favorite Quote:

  • “It’s more important to master the cards you’re holding than to complain about the ones your opponent was dealt.”

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