Our Specialists are dedicated to educating our clients on the reality of their situation, help them establish realistic goals for their individual recoveries and ensure they are given every available opportunity to improve.
Kimberly Bloker, MS, CSCS, CSRS I
Kimmy relocated to Dallas from Carlsbad, as a seasoned Project Walk Recovery Specialist, having worked with spinal cord injured clients for over two years. In addition to her experience at Project Walk, Kimmy has 13 years of professional experience training athletes of all levels and sports. She was recruited by the New South Wales Institute of Sport in Sydney Australia to train athletes as they prepared for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, and upon returning to the U.S. she spent another 4 years preparing American athletes for the Beijing Olympics and Paralympics in 2008.
Ryan is a Texas native, born and raised in Waco. He has a Bachelors in Exercise Sports Science. After graduating, Ryan took on an internship under Stephen Rassel at Webber International University in Central Florida as a Strength & Conditioning Coach. During his time at Webber he had an opportunity to work with a range of athletes in football, baseball, basketball, and beach volleyball. After his first internship, Ryan earned a position as Summer Athletic Performance Intern at Baylor University working with the football program. Just a few days after wrapping up this program, Ryan joined the Project Walk Dallas team of Specialists. With a strong background in the field of fitness and performance, he looks forward to helping each client reach their daily and monthly goals.
Kathi Andersen, ATC, CSRS I
Kathi relocated to Dallas from Carlsbad, as a seasoned Project Walk Recovery Specialist, having worked with spinal cord injured clients for over two years. In addition to her experience at Project Walk, Kathi has over 5 years of professional experience in the field of sports medicine. She worked with athletes through San Diego State University, University of California San Diego, and North County San Diego high schools as a Certified Athletic Trainer rehabilitating athletes, providing first aid and implementing injury prevention programs.
Ross has a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science and Fitness Mangement and is a Certified EMT. Ross was certified in Biomechanics of Resistance Training through the the Cooper Institute in Dallas, TX and has been in the fitness industry for over 10 years helping clients at all levels achieve optimal results. Ross joined Project Walk in 2013 and is very passionate about working with each client and helping them achieve their personal goals.
Geoff is a Dallas native, receiving his Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology with a focus on Sports Fitness and Wellness from UT Arlington. Geoff has over 5 years’ experience in the health industry working as a Strength Coach, including internships with Colleyville Heritage High School athletics’ teams, UT Arlington Women’s Basketball team, and Southern Methodist University Wellness Department.
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