About Fearless Power and Strength
Get to know the owners of our gym
Co-Owner & Founder
Kendra, is an Army vet with over eleven years of military experience in leading and coaching large groups in physical fitness, logistical operations and finance. She graduated from Purdue University Global in April 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition degree and is currently in Grad School at PU Global in their Masters of Health Education program. Her military background brings a great deal of discipline, organization, and knowledge. Although always dreaming of practicing medicine while growing up, she prefers to focus on a more preventative approach to health and wellness. Being a mother to two young daughters, she understands the importance of taking care of herself first in order to be the best version that she can be for those around her. Kendra is fueled by her passion for wanting to help others live healthier and happier lives. After spending the majority of her deployment rebuilding her own physical and mental strength in the gym, she returned home on a mission to build a place for her family and those in her community to do the same.
Kelly is a wife of 9 years, mother of 3, and dietitian. She earned her Bachelors in Dietetics and Nutrition, Fitness, and Health in 2013. She completed her dietetic internship in Chicago through Dominican University and passed her registration exam in 2014. She started working as the consultant dietitian at Fearless in May of 2019 and partnered with Kendra March of 2020. Kelly has loved the community atmosphere that Fearless provides since she came into the doors in 2018. She believes that going to a gym should be a fun and without judgement. She strives to treat each person who walks through the doors as family and loves to encourage others in their journeys to better health.
Dan was very active in martial arts as teen. He competed at a national level in Taekwondo where he holds a second degree black belt. He then participated in kickboxing matches and learned Muay Thai, earning his Kru, which is an instructor rank. The final step in his martial arts career was expanding his resume to in Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu while he competed in Mixed Martial Arts with a record of 9-2. He retired from the sport in 2010 and started looking for another competitive outlet.Dan found CrossFit and loved the competitive side. It felt very similar to MMA training. As he practiced and competed, Dan realized he was much more naturally gifted in strength movements than body weight exercises and transitioned to Strongman and Powerlifting.In Strongman, Dan has won many local contests and finished top 10 at USS nationals in 2013. In Powerlifting Dan finished 4th at IPL Worlds in 2016 in Las Vegas.Currently, Dan still competes and is working toward a national title in the USSF in October 2021.Dan focuses on helping clients get strong and build muscle either for lifestyle reasons or with the goal of competing in a strength sport.Come by and say hello! He can be found lifting around 6PM most weeknights with his wife, Ellen.