We pride ourselves in our coaching and high levels of standards in regards to fitness and knowledge. Our coaches all must go through our certification to coach at our facility.
He founded Atomic in 2009, after getting a business degree (barely) from Texas State University. Being a fiscally responsible adult he convinced the US ARMY that they should pay for his college in exchange for 4 years of shooting guns, roping out of helos, and jumping out of airplanes. They accepted his proposal and sent him to 3rd Ranger Battalion in Fort Benning, Georgia where he spent the next 4 years of his life giving his superiors gray hair and training new Rangers.
He used to be a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association but let it expire because, well, the NSCA is a racket and he was tired of them trying to take his money.
Early on in his career Jake spent 2 years as a contract coach for Military Athlete (now MTI) where he was an instructor for their military programming seminars and Range Fitness program. He has coached athletes of all levels from UFC fighters, competitive grapplers, Force Recon Marines, SFOD Candidates, SFAS candidates, Professional Mountain Guides, Special Forces Instructors (SWCS), FBI agents, Professional Triathletes, First Responders, SWAT Officers, Professional Skiers / Snowboarders, and everyday athletes.
Fantasy novels, chasing elk in the mountains with a bow, doing Karate, recreating John Wick scenes, drawing dicks on cars.
“I have a knightly sense of honor.”
“I only bet if I know I am going to win, so no I don’t gamble.”
Coach Moore’s athletic experience runs the gamut: marathons, competitive triathlete, and getting punched in the face repeatedly in Thailand by some of the best kickboxers on the planet.
Tod joined Atomic very soon after its inception and he’s helped grow Atomic Athlete into the pinnacle of strength and conditioning in Austin, Texas and has had the privilege to coach, program and train with Special Forces Soldiers, world champion jiu jitsu practitioners, former Olympians and anyone else willing to walk through the door and commit themselves to their training.
Saying inappropriate things to shock an awe and audience, groping moms, Rose, excessively fancy meals.
“If you’re not shaking like Michael J. Fox, then you’re doing it wrong.”
“I’m like oil, I’ll keep spreading till I find the crack.”
“Don’t struggle-fuck the bar, it doesn’t feel as good as you think.”
“Does anyone else feel like chicken wings?”
Jordan spent six years in the Navy as a nuclear operator aboard the USS Charlotte (SSN 766)where he shared a bed with 2 other men. Afterwards, he attended and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009. He weighed a whopping 150lbs.
During college, he competed as a road cyclist, including Nationals at Fort Collins in 2008. But that really doesn’t matter as road cycling is the golf of endurance sports.
He was a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, but, you know, that whole thing’s a total racket, so he let it expire also but not because he disagreed with their capitalist structure but because he is the cheapeast coach at Atomic. He has certifications from Athlete’s Performance and is a Military Athlete (now Mountain Tactical) certified coach and spent 3 years coaching and designing training programs for U.S. military members the world over, many preparing for selections and/or assessments of every kind.
He has coached and instructed certifications for multiple Army and Air Force units. Additionally, he’s worked with multiple law enforcement units including DEA, U.S. Marshals, BORSTAR and BORTAC, and FBI.
Jordan has had the privilege to work with multiple world-class endurance athletes and sports, including coaching one to a U.S. National Ski Mountaineering Championship, and another to a podium. He has coached world champion alpine skiers, professional ultra-runners, top-level professional mountain guides (Exum, JHMG), high-level sport and trad climbers.
Doing South American ground karate with grown men in pajamas, forearm punching, over complicating extremely simple things, and Daniel Day-Lewis.
“I pay for my own Netflix. It’s called integrity.”
“Rock climbing is the golf of mountains sports”
“You’ve got me trapped in a steel cage of logic.”
Rick and Morty
Stunningly good looks and muscles are a plenty is this compact yet refined package. Although he was born only yesterday, Coach Brittan’s experience and knowledge supercedes that of many experienced coaches.
We’re pretty sure he isn’t even old enough to drive, but since he’s one of the fittest individuals at the gym, we let it slide.
Brittan played Hockey at the collegiate level somewhere near Canada, we’re unsure where because we really don’t care, after all hockey is the golf of winter sports.
While finishing his degree in Business he applied as an intern to Atomic Athlete where he fetched sandwiches and coffee for the senior coaches. He attended out first SOFFIC course alongside Special Forces cadre from Fort Bragg and passed the Atomic Athlete Coaching Assessment. In 2017 he came on full-time and manages the gym in Austin.
Coach Brittan doesn’t drink coffee but likes Capri Suns.
Micro-managing his bosses, racing down dangerous hills on ice skates, anything that involves putting his hands on Coach Turner, Oreo Milkshakes.