LOGAN CORBET

Hi! I’m Logan Corbett, Assistant Coach here at Champion Living Fitness!Although I competed in High School rodeo and College rodeo, my fitness journey didn’t really begin until 2016 when I was 28! I competed for 5 years on my PRCA Permit while in college and never really found a groove in fitness. I’d try a few things but nothing really stuck. I was lazy, and the results proved it. After I hung up my spurs to coach the Rodeo Team at New Mexico State University, I decided to try again. This time, I treated it as a job, and preparing my body was my first priority. Balancing my job, and personal life while trying to start a rodeo career demanded I do better this time around! While I was finally working out, I was just piecing together my workouts from friends or social media influencers and hoping that I was covering all my bases.

CHAMPION LIVING

After 4 years of balancing coaching and rodeo, we decided to take the plunge and rodeo full-time. Knowing the responsibility ahead of me, I wanted to step it up so I hired a personal trainer. I went into a local gym and paid someone who knew NOTHING about rodeo a LOT of money each month to train me. I started to feel better than ever and loved talking with my trainer about WHY we were doing what we were doing.Shortly after, I enrolled through National Academy of Sports Medicine in the Certified Personal Trainer Course. While completing my course, I got to talk with Head Coach Doug Champion and he offered me a position at Champion Living. I’ve never looked back!Champion Living allows me to fulfill my passion for coaching dedicated individuals and help them accomplish their goals. From injury prevention, nutrition, performance evaluation and programming, I get to work with the most amazing individuals every day.If you’re on the fence about taking the next step in your fitness journey, let me assure you, I’ve been there, but the only investment that is a sure thing is the investment in yourself!Hi! I’m Logan Corbett, Assistant Coach here at Champion Living Fitness!Although I competed in High School rodeo and College rodeo, my fitness journey didn’t really begin until 2016 when I was 28! I competed for 5 years on my PRCA Permit while in college and never really found a groove in fitness. I’d try a few things but nothing really stuck. I was lazy, and the results proved it. After I hung up my spurs to coach the Rodeo Team at New Mexico State University, I decided to try again. This time, I treated it as a job, and preparing my body was my first priority. Balancing my job, and personal life while trying to start a rodeo career demanded I do better this time around! While I was finally working out, I was just piecing together my workouts from friends or social media influencers and hoping that I was covering all my bases.After 4 years of balancing coaching and rodeo, we decided to take the plunge and rodeo full-time. Knowing the responsibility ahead of me, I wanted to step it up so I hired a personal trainer. I went into a local gym and paid someone who knew NOTHING about rodeo a LOT of money each month to train me. I started to feel better than ever and loved talking with my trainer about WHY we were doing what we were doing.Shortly after, I enrolled through National Academy of Sports Medicine in the Certified Personal Trainer Course. While completing my course, I got to talk with Head Coach Doug Champion and he offered me a position at Champion Living. I’ve never looked back!Champion Living allows me to fulfill my passion for coaching dedicated individuals and help them accomplish their goals. From injury prevention, nutrition, performance evaluation and programming, I get to work with the most amazing individuals every day.If you’re on the fence about taking the next step in your fitness journey, let me assure you, I’ve been there, but the only investment that is a sure thing is the investment in yourself!