Colton Waltner

Colton was born and raised in Newbury Park, Ca, where his love for sports and movement started at a young age. It was apparent from a young age that baseball would be the vehicle that would lead him to playing collegiately for the University of San Diego and later professionally when he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins. After numerous injuries and surgeries, he had to medically retire from baseball but luckily he found a community and home at DEUCE Gym as a student. Not long after he received a challenge from Logan and encouragement from other coaches to join coach’s prep and begin his new journey in fitness. Now hungry as ever, Colton continues to grow as a young coach. Utilizing his experience as a high level athlete and his understanding of primal and functional movements, he strives to make training in the gym as transferable to an individual’s life as possible. Leading from a place of love and connection, Colton understands that training isn’t always about the fitness but it is always about the person.

Means to an End

The word ADULT is a funny one to me. For most of us we turn a certain age and all of a sudden we start to refer to ourselves as this word. We are over 18 years old after all, we are legal adults in the eyes of the law and we can do what

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The Devil Is in the Details

A quick audit of any high performing team or individual, whether it be in sports or business, shows us that a major key to their success is an unwavering adherence to “the small things”. Those little tasks and responsibilities that seem insignificant in the grand scheme of things are treated with the utmost respect. Why?

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Sweep The Sheds

New Zealand’s national rugby team, the All Blacks, is one of the most decorated sports teams in human history. Since their inception in 1903, the All Blacks have eclipsed 500 total wins all while sporting an unfathomable winning percentage of 77.41%. In other words, they’ve been on a hot streak since the First World War.

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