Coaches

Our PRCF Coaches

Our coaches are here to provide you with instruction but also to be someone to lean on, someone to push you and someone to laugh and have fun with. 

Each one of our coaches are passionate about fitness and health and what CrossFit can do for your life in and out of the gym. 

Jamie Myers

Owner & Head Coach | CrossFit L1, Olympic Lifting

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Mari Delre

Owner + head Coach + nutrition coach | CrossFit l2, CrossFit Kids, Personal Training Cert, Pilates Cert

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Tim Clough

Coach | CrossFit l1

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Mike Berry

Coach | CrossFit l1

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Meg Kennedy

Coach | CrossFit l1

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Jamsie Myers

Coach | CrossFit l1

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CJ Best

Coach | Olympic Weightlifting


C.J. studied exercise science at the university of Southern Maine which culminated with an internship as a strength and conditioning coach at North Carolina state university. There he worked with a wide range of athletes from men’s basketball, the wrestling team, women’s soccer, swimming and diving and many more. After completing his internship, CJ started his own strength and conditioning business, continuing to program and coach for athletes and individuals. After working in a clinical setting performing correcting exercise for several years, C.J. developed an interest in manual therapy and its effect on treating pain and injury. This lead to massage therapy school and C.J. becoming an LMT. Currently C.J. works with individuals one on one, correcting movement patterns, treating soft tissues injuries, and educating clients on injury prevention. As part of the PRCF team C.J. hopes to contribute to the well being of each member, helping them improve their body mechanics along with their understanding and ability in strength based activities.
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Carly Warland

Coach | Olympic Weightlifting


As a coach, Carly hopes to share her knowledge and love of Olympic weightlifting with the members of PRCF and help them achieve improved mobility, stability, strength and technique within the scope of Olympic weightlifting. She started competitive Olympic weightlifting in 2013 and trained out of concord, NH. Carly went on to win, and place, in numerous competitions both regionally and in national weightlifting competitions. Carly’s passion for sport and aiming to be the best athlete she can be was a great match when she started CrossFit in February of 2019 at Presidential Range Crossfit.
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