Don has been actively involved in Management and Design since 1986. (More years than he’d like to admit) Beginning his career as a graphic designer, Don has evolved into a project conductor, allowing him to bring together, his passion for fitness and quality design. Keeping communication his top priority allows the team to create design masterpieces, with all the various pieces coming together in the final product.
Don is married, has 5 adult children and enjoys being active, including hiking with his wife Mary, and their 4 legged "kids", mountain biking, racquetball, softball and spending as much time with family and friends as life allows.
Brian has over 5 years of experience in web development. After leaving GoDaddy in 2009, he studied Computer Systems Engineering at the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering – Arizona State University. Due to years of self-study in bleeding edge web development technologies, he has become a master at responsive web development and mobile optimization.
Brian spends as much of his freetime outdoors as possible doing hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, and camping. When weather does not permit or he simply needs a rest, he is also well versed in an extensive list of video games!
Patrick has been in HealthCare IT and Software since 2002 and has over 20 years of strong technology background. He brings a visionary technology and leadership experience combined with a deep business acumen.
Patrick has a proven track record in delivering exceptional technology products both for hospital/provider and payer/insurance markets. His passion for software excellence and rapid quality deliverables that exceed client’s needs has resulted in many successful client implementations throughout the healthcare market.
Patrick is married, has 3 school age children and loves hiking, the harder trail the better (!), spending time with his family and see his kids grow up and enjoy life! When time permits he gets on the horseback for a ride with his wife Susan.
One of the top strength and rehabilitation expert s in the NFL, Steve Watterson is in his 29th season as the Titans' strength and conditioning coach. He stands as the longest tenured active coach with one team currently in the NFL.
In 2010, Watterson earned his ‘Art of Strength’ Kettlebell Instructor Certification during the ‘A.O.S’ seminar held at Punch Gym in Franklin, Tenn. He became the first NFL Head Strength and Conditioning coach to complete the certification program and along with his assistant, Jason Novak, were the first tandem of ‘A.O.S’ certified instructors in professional sports. At the request of the Army’s 5th Special Forces Group, Watterson has coached many of their instructors in kettlebell training techniques and team building activities.
In 2008, he was elected to the Alliance for Natural Health’s Scientific Advisory Board. The Alliance for Natural Health USA (ANH-USA), which was formed in 1992, is part of an international organization dedicated to promoting sustainable health and freedom of choice in healthcare through good science and good law.
In 2002, Watterson was awarded the President’s Award from the Professional Football Strength and Coaches Society for his contributions to the field of strength and conditioning. In 1999, he was appointed to the National Research Council for Health (NRCH) scientific advisory council. NRCH was formed in 1977 to expand the scientific foundation and understanding of natural health science.
In 1992, Watterson received one of the highest honors of his career when he was named Professional Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year. Watterson has been instrumental in helping to develop and implement various strength and conditioning programs with the Titans and directs the club's successful offseason conditioning program. Watterson joined the Oilers in 1986 as strength and conditioning coordinator before becoming an assistant coach in those areas prior to the 1988 season.
Before joining the Oilers, Watterson spent two seasons (1984-85) as the assistant trainer for the Philadelphia Eagles. From 1979-80, he served as the head trainer at Tucson (Ariz.) High School before accepting a similar post at Amphitheater High School in Tucson (1980-84). Watterson's other activities have included serving as a trainer at the 1982 Olympic Development Camp and at the National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs in 1983. Following the 1990 season, Watterson received national attention when he personally supervised the rehabilitation of auto racing superstar A.J. Foyt. Foyt credits Watterson with his ability to come back from severe leg injuries to race in the 1991 Indianapolis 500.
Watterson has advised Olympic and World-Class athletes on proper nutritional supplementation. NASCAR teams, such as Richard Petty's, have called on Watterson to advise them on proper nutrition for improved performance. He also has advised NASCAR teams on training for proper biomechanics for their pit crews.Watterson has patents pending on shoulder and leg rehabilitation devices and on a leg measuring device through his company, Kelsea Plus Corp. He received his bachelor's degree from Rhode Island and his master's degree from Arizona.
A native of Newport, R.I. (11/27/56), Watterson has three daughters, Kelsea, Bergen and Dottie, and three sons, Brock, Cole and Caden. Steve and his wife, Heidi, live in Hendersonville, Tenn.
David is a self described "Sales Guy", having been in sales, sales management, sales systems designs and entrepreneurial environments his entire professional life. He loves selling with all of its challenges and some people even say he’s good at it.
He is a father and husband of 30+ years with 3 grown children and a proud grandfather of two more. Dave loves children and pets and will volunteer in their cause whenever possible.
Mother Nature is his favorite hobby and he will intentionally get off the beaten path at almost any opportunity. Additionally "I am a nuts and twigs guy, love to stay in shape and am dedicated to beating Father Time".
Robert Knowles has an extensive technology background. He specializes in web development, web design, mobile application, mobile friendly websites (WAP) and search engine optimization. He has many years of experience working with open source applications such as cms and ecommerce products as well as applications written from scratch. Rob has created websites for small, medium and fortune 100 companies. He has 15 years of experience building, supporting and maintaining web servers which includes Cloud technology. Most of the projects he is involved with require him to provide the project management as well.
In his down time, when he finally gets some, he is an avid fitness enthusiast a husband and dad to 4 children.
Brad has a background in video and music production, web development and digital photography. Brad enjoys fashion, editorial and commercial photography and his work has been published in many magazines, Vogue Italia online and represented by Getty Images.
Mr. Warner has been an experienced Fitness Trainer and Exercise Scientist for over 14 years. He has been involved in several entrepreneurial ventures including Founder of Ideal Image Personal Training Studios, and founder of Xccelerate Nutrition Supplement line. Warner has extensive training in Anatomy Science related to Exercise which also led him to the creation of BodyVision. It was through his innovation that the mathematical algorithms from over 10 thousand body composition analysis helped develop the prediction of fat loss for body segments. His perfectionist gift to detail also helped create along side our talented 3D team BodyVision’s stunningly accurate 3D models.
Warner plays several roles within MoreActive including online fitness development, Marketing, content management and sales.
He enjoys being active and spending time helping his son improve in the game of football.
Danny Kelly has 20 years of Personal Training and exercise program development experience. Prior to moving to the United States in 1994, he played rugby league in the United Kingdom. Danny holds certifications with ACE and Fitness Anywhere (TRX).
Danny gets the most satisfaction working with people of all ages who are new to exercise and fitness (or returning after years of not working out) and helping them embrace a healthy lifestyle. “My goal is to find a fun, common-sense approach to find solutions that work for each individual I work with.” His success stories and client transformations are truly inspiring. Danny trains clients out of Commitment Fitness 24-Hour Gym in Maryland, a facility he built in 2006.
Over the years Danny has helped countless trainers and health clubs both start and build their own businesses. He enjoys the process of coaching fitness entrepreneurs in developing websites, apps and online stores and training portals.
In his spare time Danny enjoys spending time with his wife, three teenage daughters, running, rowing and becoming the ultimate grill master.
Mark Sullivan began his journey in fitness with a local boxing club that his father coached in 1969 after ~ 12 years and 100+ fights. Mark won several state and regional titles and 2nd place at the 1977 AAU Nationals.
He joined the Army National Guard when he was 17 for 12 years the first 6 years in the infantry, the next 6 years as a flight medic.
Mark went to the University of Nebraska to study Exercise Science from 1982-1986 Where he was a walk on as a fullback in 1984 transitioning to bodybuilding where he was successfully won several contests ranging from local, state and regional NPC championships retiring from the stage at the 1991 NPC Nationals.
Mark has managed several big box clubs like Gold's Gym, Bally's, Workout America, LA Fitness and 24 Hour Fitness as well he owned and operated Personalized Fitness & Nutrition, Vita Man Cafe (Nutrition Store) and MASS Distributors (Sports Nutrition Distribution & Drop Shipping Company.
Mark has 3 children adult children while he and his wife Kathleen currently live in Omaha NE