Nathan Hemphill, Founder/Head Strength and Conditioning Coach

BS – Exercise and Movement Science (Missouri State University)

CSCS – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (National Strength and Conditioning Association)

USAW-1 – United States of America Weightlifting, Club Level 1 Coach

CF-L1 – CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Coach Hemphill has been involved in strength and conditioning for over 6 years with experience in the professional and collegiate setting.  Doing his undergraduate studies at Missouri State University, he was involved with the strength and conditioning department implementing and assistant with all sports teams programs.  During the summers he was in charge of the strength and conditioning program for the St. Louis Cardinals (AA Springfield 2008, Rookie Johnson City 2009).

Upon graduating from MSU, he attended Seattle University for his Masters degree.  While at SeattleU, Coach Hemphill was directly in charge of the design and implementation of the baseball, softball, swimming, men’s soccer, and volleyball programs.  Due to the fact that Seattle University did not have a football program, he spent the summer with the University of Washington Huskies football program, working with athletes like Jake Locker, Mason Foster, and Nick Folk.

After leaving Seattle University in 2010, Coach Hemphill took a position at the University of California-Davis, where he was directly responsible for 7 of the Aggie sports as well as assisting with all aspects of the football program.  While at UC Davis he had the opportunity to work with 2 repeat conference champion golf teams, as well a NCAA Championship qualifying women’s golf program.

“I coach to help people maximize their potential athletically in an environment of respect, accountability, discipline and selfless encouragement, believing that everyone I coach has the ability to positively impact the lives of many.

To achieve this we at PSP3 have created an Athlete Pledgewhich all athletes must embrace and abide by.  We feel that through this pledge that our athletes will not only become elite athletes, but elite individuals.”

- Coach Nathan Hemphill



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Tracy Kujat, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach/Director of Speed Development/Director of GetFit

BS – Exercise Science (University of Central Missouri)

NSCA-CPT – Certified Personal Trainer (National Strength and Conditioning Association)

Coach Kujat has been a personal trainer for over 8 years.  His passion to help others achieve a healthy lifestyle and help young athletes reach their true potential comes from his desire to set an example to others.  Kujat attended Central Missouri State University where he ran the 200 meter and 400 meter for the track team, guided by former Olympic decathlete Kip Janvrin.  During his athletic career he has suffered a wide array of injuries allowing him to understand not only the physical recovery but the mentally recovery as well.  Kujat has a strong belief in the mental capability of an individual and uses that drive to help teach young athletes how great they really can be!

After graduating from CMSU Kujat returned home to Branson to start his personal training career.  During his time in Branson he was in charge of classes such as; Bootcamp, Spin, Ab Attack, not to mention numerous personal training clients.  It was through his experiences in Branson that Kujat developed his ability to motivate all types of individuals in a fun and energetic way, creating an environment built on results.

For the last 3 years Kujat has been working in the sports performance field with middle school, high school, and collegiate athletes.  He has developed and implemented programs for athletes at all levels competing in baseball, track and field, cross-country, swimming and tennis.  He was also the Head Strength Coach for the Missouri State Lacrosse team from 2012 to 2013.

“Tracy brings not only a vast background in competitive collegiate athletics and personal training but also a passion to the betterment of individuals.  At PSP3 our philosophy is deeply rooted in teaching athletes to be more efficient and functional on the field, to not only maximize performance but also to reduce the occurrence of injuries.  It is through Tracy’s approach to create effortless efficiency that our athletes learn to compete at every level to the highest of their abilities.”

- Coach Nathan Hemphill



Kory Robertson, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach/GetFit Assistant Coach

BS – Exercise Physiology (Kansas State University)

Precision Nutrition Level 1

Functional Movement Systems Level 1

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (Weightlifting)

USAW-1 – United States of America Weightlifting, Club Level 1 Coach

Throughout high school Kory was a 3 sport athlete competing in baseball, football and wrestling. Growing up the youngest of 3 he is, by nature, a competitive person. Kory was a 4 year letterman in football as well as 2nd team All-State his senior year. While attempting to walk-on the football team at K-State he found CrossFit and fell in love with fitness and it’s ability to help others! Kory’s competitive spirit quickly switched and he has put everything he had into it.

Kory has been training people of all ages since 2012 and has a huge passion to help others reach their potential physically, mentally and spiritually.  While coaching groups, personal training and virtual online coaching he has learned that coaching people is much more than teaching them how to exercise. His coaching is behavioral based because if we adapt good behaviors then physical performance, mental health and personal growth become byproducts.

After graduating from KSU in 2014, he worked with a company called Iron Tribe Fitness.  While at Iron Tribe Kory developed a distinct ability to make an individual impact on many people at once. The relationships that were gained through this were unparalleled as he not only got to know many of the athletes by their physical abilities, but also as the people they were/growing to become. Kory knew what drove each of them individually, allowing him to help them achieve their goals.

“We are so excited to add Kory to our team here.  He brings not only a vast knowledge in the field but also a personality that our athletes will be drawn toward.  His commitment to the betterment of our athletes will be noticed immediately and I have no doubt that he will help us continue to develop the most complete strength and conditioning program in Kansas City.”

- Coach Nathan Hemphill

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