3470 Fostoria Way Suite B
Danville CA 94526
phone: 925-973-0192
email: info@CFDanville.com


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Our Coaches

  • 561061_10151059891757557_1359410335_nDusty Sulon has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from Chico State and graduated in 2008. He is CrossFit Level 1 certified and also has his certification in CrossFit mobility/recovery and olympic lifting. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NCSA). He is also a certified personal trainer from the National Association of Sports Medicine.

    Dusty’s interest in sport came early as he started t ball when he was 6 and never turned back. His baseball career continued all the way through college. As the years passed he got more and more interested in how to make himself perform better at his sport. In his second year of college he became a certified personal trainer and began training people to help others obtain their fitness goals as well. At that point he switched his major from architecture to exercise physiology and decided that he wanted to study exercise and its effects for his career. He graduated in 2008 with a B.S. in exercise physiology.

    After beginning CrossFit while going to school in Chico he moved back to Danville where he found a CrossFit facility and increased his work capacity even more. CrossFit is now his life/obsession and has replaced the one time impossible task of replacing baseball as his favorite sport. Dusty has been coaching clients daily since 2008 and spends his days helping people become happy, healthier and lead more fit lifestyles through CrossFit.

  • 527283_10151059892232557_955437958_n2Joe has had a passion for health and fitness his whole life. He grew up playing every sport imaginable including, soccer, baseball and basketball. Through high school he was competitive in both water polo and soccer making the varsity teams his sophomore year.

    After high school Joe began to study emergency medicine and fire science with hopes and ambitions to become a firefighter/paramedic. Through his studies he found a passion for emergency medicine and helping others and has spent the last 7 years as a Paramedic in a busy 911 system.

    While helping others through Emergency Medical Services with their acute and chronic illnesses and injuries, Joe’s own physical conditioning had been steadily declining. Determined to find alternative methods of fitness and not wanting to become another victim of an unhealthy lifestyle, in 2008 Joe stumbled across the sport of CrossFit and has never looked back. He is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer as well as a CrossFit Kids Trainer and has been helping his clients achieve their fitness and wellness goals through CrossFit. Joe has found that the correlation between his love of EMS and his passion for CrossFit fit together perfectly.

  • 1505453_10153875988035112_1523629313_nArnold has been active in the sports and fitness world ever since a young age. Growing up, he competed in the USTA tennis league until the end of his high school career. After graduating from the University of Oregon in 2012 with a degree in General Science and a minor in Chemistry, Arnold returned home eager to pursue his excitement for both fitness and healthcare. He currently works as a histotechnician but has found a real passion in focusing on his Crossfit career.

    Arnold’s crossfit career began back in college where he grew tired of the routine trips to the school gym (bench press 4x a week, no joke). Then in 2012, he stumbled upon videos of people engaging in crazy exercises on Youtube. Feeding his curiosity, he joined a membership to Eugene Crossfit before ulitmately returning to the Bay Area, where he unknowingly would find his second “home” at Crossfit Danville….. the rest is history.

    Currently Arnold is Level 1 Crossfit certified and coaches Fundamentals along with a Stretching/Mobility class. As a teacher and student of the Crossfit program, he is constantly amazed by the self improvement and positive nature that Crossfit develops in every person that steps through the gym door.