Simon Escorcia was born in the Land of LincolnĀ and lived in rural Illinois until the age of ten when the family moved across the Mississippi to Burlington, Iowa. He attended Notre Dame High School in Burlington, Iowa where he played basketball, ran track and cross country.

Simon went to Luther College in Decorah, Iowa to study business. While at Luther, Simon ran cross country and track for the Norse and eventually met his future wife Kelly, who also ran on the Norse women’s cross country team.

After college, Simon got his MBA at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. Post college he worked as benefits and compensation analyst before leaving the corporate world to start Colorado Race Timing. Colorado Race Timing has grown into one of the most successful timing companies in the state of CO, timing over 100 races last year alone.

Simon continues running post-college and has completed 15 marathons with a personal best of 2:43:40 at the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon. His post-college PRs include a 17:00 in the 5K, 35:59 in the 10K, and 1:18:50 in the half marathon. While Simon continues to run and race, he is no longer chasing PRs and balances his running with functional weight training.

Simon and his wife Kelly live in Centennial, Colorado with their two children. Simon enjoys spending time with his kids, working on basketball fundamentals and watching them play basketball, lacrosse, and run in local 5Ks.

Tristan Mitchell is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, MWOD Institute certified Mobility WOD Movement & Mobility Specialists Level 2, and in progress of becoming Precision Nutrition Level 1 certified.

Tristan’s journey of health and fitness began in high school with weight lifting. Eventually realizing that that alone would not get him where he wanted to be, he started running. A little over a year later he was weight lifting and running six days per week and had dropped 45 pounds. When he was 20, he ran his first marathon and realized that health and performance are vital aspects to overall happiness and that he would pursue them for the rest of his life. Realizing that he wanted to help others pursue their own goals of health and performance he began his career as a trainer.

Tristan has been personal, group training, and run coaching professionally for six years and utilizes principles of strength and conditioning to train movement competency and address chronic pain. He continues his own pursuit of faster marathons in his ever-evolving approach to health, performance, and longevity. Tristan has competed in 20 marathons with Personal Records of 2:37:09 in the marathon and 1:13:24 in the half-marathon.