OpFit
Don't Do Fitness.  Live It.

Click here to edit subtitle

NEGATIVE-FREE ZONE

OpFit's goal is to put our clients' first and to give consistent, positive feedback to help you along your fitness journey.  OpFit was born out of a NEED to bring positive light, support and love to the fitness world.  There are too many fitness 'role models' and well known people in the industry who bring a negative light and energy to fitness.  We are all in this TOGETHER.  Our promise to you is an environment of positive - always.

'Coach J' - Justin Lee

'Coach T' - Tarrah Lee


Justin and Tarrah Lee share a love of fitness and found one another through fitness.  Both share a past of childhood obesity and weight struggles and now seek to live a balanced, healthy, fit life FOR life and share their knowledge with others.


Justin Lee

Justin has served over 6 years in the military serving with the U.S. Marine Corps and the US Army and holds his Bachelors from University of Colorado and an Associates Degree in Fitness Training.  Justin holds all 3 certifications from National Academy of Sports Medicine: Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist as well as American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer.  He has extensive experience with custom program design for golfers, runners, skiers, military style training/conditioning, women seeking to gain lean muscle mass, body fat loss, muscular gain for men, TRX, kettle bell and cross training.  Justin can develop a customized program for anyone with any goal.  


Tarrah Lee

Tarrah holds a Bachelors from University of Kansas and a Masters from Webster University.  She is a Certified Nutritionist and holds two certifications from National Academy of Sports Medicine: Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist.  Tarrah also has extensive training in Ortho Kinetics, TRX, pre-natal, athletic performance and bodybuilding.  She is the Host of her radio show 'Denver Nutritionista' Friday mornings at 9am on www.milehiradio.com and has been working with clients in the nutrition realm for over 5 years.  She was one in 5 women featured in Women's Health Magazine as a candidate to be 'The Next Fitness Star' and was featured on the Today's Show, Colorado & Company, The Denver Post and Denver Westword.  Tarrah has competed in 7 national NPC fitness competitions and is highly involved in Eating Disorder Awareness activities as she has suffered from eating disorders in her past.  Tarrah's goal is to educate on the importance of balance, freedom and health when it comes to food and exercise and how to overcome the hurdles of poor body image issues and disorders.