Our Team

Our Team

Head Trainer: Jake Morgan

Head Trainer: Jake Morgan

Jake was born in St. Louis, Missouri and played football and baseball growing up. He played college baseball and graduated from Southeast Missouri State. During college he was introduced to a very unique training style from world renown strength coach Charles Poliquin. This changed everything for him. These teachings would provide the foundation for what Cave Fit Club would become. 

In his free time he likes to ride motorcycles, film and edit videos, travel the world, and try new coffee shops and restaurants with his girlfriend. His favorite team is the St. Louis Cardinals, and one unique fact about him is that he is a licensed skydiver, and has flown a wingsuit a handful of times.

His favorite exercises are the front squat and the dip. What brings him the most joy when training clients is when he can give someone a coaching cue that completely changes the feeling of an exercise, for the better. He says “Each person moves a bit different, and thinks a bit different, so finding the words and cues that work for someone can be a challenge at times. But once the client has that “ah-ha” moment it’s like they finally feel exactly what they should be feeling on that exercise, and it makes you feel like you actually made an impact on that person

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? I’d have to go with wings, only because there aren’t that many wing restaurants, and I could still make some buffalo chicken thighs.

Jake was born in St. Louis, Missouri and played football and baseball growing up. He played college baseball and graduated from Southeast Missouri State. During college he was introduced to a very unique training style from world renown strength coach Charles Poliquin. This changed everything for him. These teachings would provide the foundation for what Cave Fit Club would become. 

In his free time he likes to ride motorcycles, film and edit videos, travel the world, and try new coffee shops and restaurants with his girlfriend. His favorite team is the St. Louis Cardinals, and one unique fact about him is that he is a licensed skydiver, and has flown a wingsuit a handful of times.

His favorite exercises are the front squat and the dip. What brings him the most joy when training clients is when he can give someone a coaching cue that completely changes the feeling of an exercise, for the better. He says “Each person moves a bit different, and thinks a bit different, so finding the words and cues that work for someone can be a challenge at times. But once the client has that “ah-ha” moment it’s like they finally feel exactly what they should be feeling on that exercise, and it makes you feel like you actually made an impact on that person

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? I’d have to go with wings, only because there aren’t that many wing restaurants, and I could still make some buffalo chicken thighs.

Meghan Gonzalez

Meghan Gonzalez

Meghan grew up in Allen, TX and graduated from Texas A&M University. She was very athletic growing up, with soccer being her favorite sport. She has a daughter named Kenna, and a Golden Retriever named Delta.

In her free time she likes trying new restaurants, traveling, shopping, sitting on a patio with a glass of wine and hanging out with friends, family, and her puppy. She enjoys living a healthy lifestyle, watching football (go Aggies and Cowboys!), and dad jokes.

Her two favorite exercises are the glute bridge (to build the 🍑), and the back squat (makes her feel like a badass to squat heavy). Conditioning wise, she loves the competitive races we do periodically here at the gym. She says “The energy in the gym is unmatched when you’re racing and you hear your teammates cheering you and others on.

When training members, it brings her the most joy watching and helping people achieve their health / fitness / PR goals. She said “It’s very rewarding knowing that we help people be the best versions of themselves everyday.

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? 100% Wings

Meghan grew up in Allen, TX and graduated from Texas A&M University. She was very athletic growing up, with soccer being her favorite sport. She has a daughter named Kenna, and a Golden Retriever named Delta.

In her free time she likes trying new restaurants, traveling, shopping, sitting on a patio with a glass of wine and hanging out with friends, family, and her puppy. She enjoys living a healthy lifestyle, watching football (go Aggies and Cowboys!), and dad jokes.

Her two favorite exercises are the glute bridge (to build the peach!), and the back squat (makes her feel like a badass to squat heavy). Conditioning wise, she loves the competitive races we do periodically here at the gym. She says “The energy in the gym is unmatched when you’re racing and you hear your teammates cheering you and others on.

When training members, it brings her the most joy watching and helping people achieve their health / fitness / PR goals. She said “It’s very rewarding knowing that we help people be the best versions of themselves everyday.

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? 100% Wings

Alex Channell

Alex Channell

Alex was born in Georgia and grew up in Madison, Alabama where he excelled at tennis. He graduated from Auburn University and moved to Dallas in early 2019. He is married with three puppies – Max (belgian malinois), Bellamy (dutch shepherd), and Freya (german shepherd).

In his free time he likes to get outside whether it’s walking or training his dogs, getting a workout in, going out on the lake, hiking, camping, fishing, shooting, landscaping, working on vehicles etc. Anything outdoors and he’s in.

When it comes to fitness, some of his favorite exercises are the bench press, and the tire flip. We asked him “What brings you the most joy when training someone?” and he said “seeing the satisfaction in them from being able to lift something they either have always wanted to or never thought they would be able to, and knowing I was a part of the process to help them achieve that goal.” 

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? Sushi, never been a huge fan to be honest, but the other three are staples of my diet, errr, just kidding, no they’re not.

Alex was born in Georgia and grew up in Madison, Alabama where he excelled at tennis. He graduated from Auburn University and moved to Dallas in early 2019. He is married with three puppies – Max (belgian malinois), Bellamy (dutch shepherd), and Freya (german shepherd).

In his free time he likes to get outside whether it’s walking or training his dogs, getting a workout in, going out on the lake, hiking, camping, fishing, shooting, landscaping, working on vehicles etc. Anything outdoors and he’s in.

When it comes to fitness, some of his favorite exercises are the bench press, and the tire flip. We asked him “What brings you the most joy when training someone?” and he said “seeing the satisfaction in them from being able to lift something they either have always wanted to or never thought they would be able to, and knowing I was a part of the process to help them achieve that goal.” 

One has to go forever, which one? Pizza, Sushi, Wings, or Tacos? Sushi, never been a huge fan to be honest, but the other three are staples of my diet, errr, just kidding, no they’re not.