NoCo Fitness’ owner and leader, Chris Silvernale, was recognized as one of this year’s Forty Under 40 in the Northern Colorado Region. This prestigious award is given out every year to 40 of Northern Colorado’s youngest, brightest leaders to recognize and celebrate their business accomplishments, professional expertise, and involvement in the community.
The write up about Chris:
Fitness equipment can be as complex as computer-driven machinery or as basic as a kettle bell. Both, said Christopher Silvernale, represent “a fit and healthy lifestyle that I help my clients work toward.”
“I started NoCo Fitness in 2013 with the vision to create a fitness facility where our members would feel comfortable exercising and our staff could build a career,” he said. Back then, he added, “I was a one-man show, training my clients at their homes out of the back of my car. Since then, I have opened a location and have expanded it three times to our current location, which is over 3,200 square feet.”
Silvernale has worked in the fitness industry for the past 10 years. He was a high school cross-country coach in Seattle and a personal trainer at two fitness centers there before coming to Greeley. “A desire to increase my understanding of the human body led me to a master’s degree in exercise science from the University of Northern Colorado,” he said. “During my time at UNC, I realized Greeley is a gem and decided to begin NoCo Fitness to better the health of Greeley.”
Silvernale is a Titleist Performance Level 1 golf fitness trainer, which will allows him to bring that experience to the Greeley area. He works with Front Range Pace Setters, has volunteered to build homes with Habitat for Humanity and served on the Greeley Parks and Recreation board of directors.
Read more here: https://events.bizwest.com/noco40underforty/2018-honorees/