Owner/Head Coach-Jacob Floyd
CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, CrossFit Kids, CrossFit Scaling
Jacob played football at North Laurel and College of the Cumberland. He took a brief sabbatical and joined the Marine Corps. After a couple of tours to Iraq and staying in Hawaii with his buds, he decided to settle down and married his smoking hot wife Caitlin. He finished up his Bachelors of Science in Biology at Western Kentucky University. His wife and he decided that they would open up this sweet gym to grow an awesome community of people who enjoy fitness as much as they do. Jacob has two wild kids who are seen from time to time at the gym tearing up jack. Jacob likes to drink coffee and snatch. He also took a floral design class and can make a beautiful flower arrangement or tie some bows when needed.
Owner/Coach- Caitlin Floyd
CrossFit Level 1
Caitlin trained as a gymnast and in ballet in her youth and then started cheer-leading for North Laurel. She was on top cheer-leading teams in the nation and then went on to cheer at Morehead State University. Caitlin usually walks around on her hands more than her feet for some reason. She loves spending time with her family and crushing WOD’s on a daily basis. She decided to open CrossFit Hardcharger with her Husband to help people that are struggling with their fitness or people that just want to challenge themselves more. Caitlin always has the best cookie recipes known to man.
CrossFit Level 1
Making America Lift Again!
Coach+ Video/Pro Photographer + Social Media Marketing
Keshia was introduced to CrossFit back in 2013 and ever since then her passion for the sport grew. She is also our pro film/photographer and media marketer. She’s a motivator and loves seeing athletes improve on a daily basis!
CrossFit Level 1, Scaling Course, Spot the Flaw Course
Cara ran cross country during her high school years in addition to riding horses. She found CrossFit in 2019 and fell in love with the feeling of becoming stronger and faster. But beware – she has no mercy and will always push you to be better than you were yesterday.