Coaches

Whether your goal is to get stronger, lose weight, improve performance, gain lean muscle tissue, or simply improve your health, Dallas Underground Strength & Fitness is your solution. Voted “Best in Plano” for four consecutive years (2013-2016), and named “Best Boot Camp” in 2017 by Dallas A-List, we are a group of degreed fitness professionals dedicated to help you reach your fitness goals.

Our award winning professionals are revolutionizing the fitness landscape by using innovative programming, a commitment to personal attention and an approach based on client results based on proven techniques. Our family friendly facility has emerged as the PREMIER training facility for hard working adults in Plano, Allen, Wylie, Garland, Richardson and Parker looking for fat loss, and who want to transform their physiques in 1/2 the time of other programs.

Our success is driven by our coaches and the passion they have for demanding the best out of our clients.

 

Steve Trentham: As a former fat guy and self-proclaimed “work in progress”, Steve is the driving force for Dallas Underground Strength & Fitness. He has made every mistake in the book when it comes to health and fitness in his own life. As a former collegiate wrestler, martial artist and a life-long workout junkie, he discovered his calling was to empower others to forever change their bodies and lives for the better. Steve has a unique ability to translate his own personal failures into…

 

 

Chrissy Richards A former Division I athlete, Chrissy is the perfect example of how hard work, dedication, and perseverance can pay off. Growing up in Plano, Chrissy graduated from Plano East Senior High School where she played varsity volleyball for 3 years and was a co-captain of the team in both her junior and senior seasons. She was an all-district player all 3 years, as well as being named to the all-state team her senior season. Chrissy attended the University of Oklahoma on a full athletic scholarship, where she played volleyball all 4 years. She played middle blocker, but trained and played outside and right side as well. Her team made it to the NCAA tournament 3 out of 4 years…

 

Marissa Fuqua: Marissa was the girl in high school who would play sick to avoid any physical activity during athletics. Her high school coach once told her she was too slow for even the long jump.  Although…education was something she thrived in. She is a fighting Texas Aggie Class of ‘09 with a BA in International Studies. She continued on to obtain a MA in Sociology/ Women’s Studies at Texas Women’s University in 2011. From there she worked some odd jobs, but health struggles created a barrier to what she knew could be a far more fulfilling life. Miraculously, through years of struggle with eating disorders she found a passion for the movement God allowed her body to do…