Colby Knepp, Owner and Head Coach
Colby opened the doors to Olde Town Athlete in January of 2022 following a ten-year career as a personal trainer and nutrition coach in Arvada. He’s supported by his wife Ashley, and their two sons: Hayes and Sam. Colby is a big fan of lifting weights (duh), training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and the occasional Moscow Mule.
Rob Kirby, Design Coach
Rob graduated from Western Kentucky University with an interdisciplinary degree focusing on health science. He also received a minor in nutrition. Health and nutrition are pivotal when it comes to performance. This has given Rob a better outlook on how to enhance an individual’s quality of living in and out of the gym.
Dillon Brewer, Design Coach
Dillon graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in Exercise Science along with completing his CSCS qualification. As a lifelong athlete, Dillon wanted to stay connected to an active lifestyle and finds fulfillment through coaching. When he’s not on the floor at OTA, Dillon is a connoisseur of tasty metal licks, chunky bass, and heavy drums.
Megan Marcum, Nutrition Coach PN1
Between getting hit by a truck while on foot (feel free to ask me about it), years of undiagnosed chronic anemia, and all the changes that come with having a baby—especially one with food allergies, I had a lot of motivation to become more knowledgeable about how what we eat affects our bodies.
My bachelor’s degree in hospitality management and years of experience in the food service industry gave me a lot of experience with food preparation, but it wasn’t until I got my PN 1 certification that I started putting all the pieces together for how to make healthy eating a more intuitive part of my life.
I love using that knowledge to help all kinds of people reach their goals, but I especially love breaking through all the emotions and stigmas so many of us have attached to our eating habits. In short, I love helping people build a better relationship with themselves through food.