Coaches

Meet our Fitness Coaches

Brad Tobias

Row Zone

Brad has a wide range of knowledge in training all levels of athletes from newbies to professionals.  His love for Rowing is shared in the Row zone class. 

Brad's passion about Exercise and Human Movement is what has woken him up at 4:00 am every morning for the past 9 years. It's this dedication and commitment to each athlete's advancement, whether a beginner or a professional level athlete that makes training under Brad unique. He has the ability to make every athlete believe in themselves, while also motivating them to go beyond what they think is possible.

A Marine and an Iraq war veteran, Brad is also the co-owner of T2 Fitness and  head programmer for the Bradletes Fitness Program and T2 CrossFit.

Michelle Garlitz


Corinna Marshall

If I need to adjust or change let me know. My bio is kinda boring but if the shoe fits lol

Corinna lives in South Fayette with her husband Jim, daughter Emma (18) and son JT (16). She has two dogs (Patch and Wilson), two cats (Otter and Farley) and a bird named Finn.

Corinna served in the Army Reserve from 1996-2004. She worked as an Occupational Therapist in early intervention and schools until 2019 and currently works part-time as a administrative assistant at Marshall Insurance Brokers.

Corinna has been teaching group fitness classes throughout the Bridgeville area since 2006. She started as a member at T2 in January 2017. She was immediately won over by the strong welcome and support from the members and the feeling that you were getting quality personalized training each day within the larger group.

Corinna became a level 1 CrossFit coach in 2019 and began coaching SWEAT. Corinna loves that SWEAT has so much variety and it's easy to tailor the exercises to fit everyone's needs. It's been fun see women getting stronger and to watch the participants leaving class feeling energized and ready to take on the rest of the day. 

Christopher Mayhew


Ben Hall

Ben has always been highly active in team sports and running throughout his youth and adulthood. In 2014 he made the move to Crossfit, and since then he's never looked back. Throughout the years he's always been drawn to the barbell whether it's in a WOD or in strength training. In 2019 he took the next step and he received his USAW L-1 certification. Ben's belief in proper technique and the power of consistency allow him to help both new and experienced athletes improve their form, avoid injury and grow in the sport.