Learn To Thrive
The staff at CFSQ is held to the highest standards. Each instructor is required to complete 100 hours of student teaching under a senior instructor, maintain a nationally recognized personal training certificate or hold an exercise related degree and keep certifications in good standing through continuing education credits. Additionally, the coaching staff attends monthly instructor training in-house or under other subject matter experts. Quality results require quality coaching staff. NO exceptions.
Eric ‘LB’ Lauterbach is one of our original senior instructors here at CFSQ. He is a CF1 Instructor, an SFG II Instructor, and a Crossfit Football/Power Athlete Coach. LB also has a Level 3 background in Krav Maga. LB has spent most of his life involved in sport. One of his passions in life is to make himself stronger every day, but most importantly, making the people around him better too. He is an ex-collegiate all-conference middle linebacker, and we love LB for his intensity and encouragement that he brings to the gym and to our clients every day. Named one of Atlanta’s emerging elite by Jezebel Magazine, Eric also works for the Asbury Automotive Group as an Internet Sales Director. He also holds degrees in both Social Psychology and Leadership.
Lyndzey started taking gymnastics at 12 years old and has been coaching for almost 9 years, both recreational and competitive gymnastics. She was a member of the Georgia Tech club gymnastics team and practiced with KSU’s team. Currently, Lyndzey is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Gymnastics Clubs Alumni team. Lyndzey also played club rugby for UGA and Georgia Tech where she served as the vice president for the women’s rugby team. Lyndzey hosts gymnastics seminars for CrossFit athletes throughout the year. She is CrossFit Level 1 certified.
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Eric Lichtfuss, LMT
Eric discovered CrossFit while in massage school in 2010, in the midst of adopting healthier lifestyle. Through massage school, and his personal transition, Eric began to feel like helping his clients on the massage table was only a part of the equation. As a NASM-CPT, Eric aims to help all his clients in their health and fitness goals with a well balanced approach, focusing as much on quality as quantity. He believes that with new challenges and new successes in the gym, come new personal growth and confidence.
“I fell in love with CrossFit from the very first workout I did a couple of years ago. I knew from that first day that this was something that I could excel at and be passionate about. A few months into training, I realized that I had an opportunity to help people achieve their athletic and fitness goals. Once I felt that my own personal skills were refined enough I got my L1 cert and dove right into coaching. I love interacting and helping people reach their goals; whether it’s a first pull or a one rep max with an Olympic lift. CrossFit has changed my life in so many positive ways and nothing makes me feel better than being able to share that gift with someone else.” He is married to Danielle, a yoga instructor at Be Yoga, with their son, Maddox. Trent coaches CrossFit, MVMNT Barbell, and is available for private Elements and personal training.
Andy joined CFSQ shortly after finishing a six year career with the US Army Rangers. Andy led an all-Ranger CrossFit team: 3RCAT (3rd Battalion Regimental Competitive Athletic Team) from Albany to Woodstock to Charleston. He spearheads the CFSQ competition and advanced skills class. Andy has a Level 1 CrossFit Trainer certificate, CrossFit Endurance certificate, a RAW Ranger Athlete Warrior certificate and holds a degree in psychology from George Mason University.