Chris Wychock

Chris Wychock has worked with athletes of all ages and skill levels from numerous sports. Chris has worked along side and mentored under some of the top Speed and Strength Coaches in the country.

Chris trains some of the top club soccer organizations in the DMV and has trained over 2,500 athletes including athletes from: University of Virginia, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, Duke University, and many more. Chris has also worked with athletes from the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and Tampa Bay Rays.

Chris is a former Division 1 athlete and currently holds the career home-runs, doubles and rbi’s records at Towson University. Some of his previous work includes working with Towson University Strength & Conditioning, University of Maryland Sports Performance and with JDyer Strength & Conditioning.

Chris is a certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through The National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA). Chris is also certified in Applied Functional Science (AFS) through the Gray Institute. Chris graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from Towson University.



Lori Lindsey

Lori Lindsey is a former professional women’s soccer player who represented her sport on both the national and international level. Her professional playing career spanned 13 years, with her most notable accomplishments of representing the United States Women’s National Soccer Team on the World Cup and Olympic stage. Lori is one of only four players to have played in all three U.S. professional women’s soccer leagues and was a two-time All-American at the University of Virginia.

Now that Lori’s playing days are finished she is currently a strength and performance coach in the Washington, DC area. She coaches anyone from young athletes who want to take their game to the next level to everyday athletes who are looking to regain their athleticism post playing days. She credits her success and longevity both on and off to strength training and is passionate about empowering young female athletes through strength.