Our Team


Shawn Kephart
Founder and CEO


Shawn is the Founder & CEO of the K180™ Fitness Program. He leads a team of well-trained, qualified personal fitness trainers with one goal in mind-making you healthier and stronger to live life to the fullest. Shawn became passionate about health and fitness at age 13 as he struggled with his own body image. That struggle and the consequential journey he undertook to conquer it is why Shawn is so sought after today as not only a personal trainer but as a life coach and motivational speaker. For the past 12 years, he has taught thousands of clients to not only overcome perceived physical limitations and infirmities, but also instructed them in how to take the same principals to empower and conquer every other area of their lives. Shawn has seen thousands of pounds lost, many people coming off of medications, and health restored to hundreds of people of all ages, sizes and shapes.


Jennifer Kephart
Fitness Trainer


With over five years as a personal trainer and counselor, Jennifer Kephart is passionate about helping others achieve their individual goals.  With an Associates Degree in Nutrition and certified through American Fitness Professionals and Associates (AFPA) as a personal trainer, she is well trained to help people deal with weight loss and health issues.  Jennifer is a counselor at heart and feels drawn to those who struggle with eating disorders and other self-image issues. Her personal battle with anorexia early in life has left a burning desire for helping people to understand their individual uniqueness and intrinisic value.  Her fitness crusade started when she hired Shawn to be her personal trainer for a figure competition.  During that time, she discovered a love for fitness and helping others overcome their limitations to live the quality of life they deserve.


Tyler Leach
Fitness Trainer


Tyler's fitness journey started early when he realized he needed to transform his body for health reasons. Having had heart disease before the age of one due to an autoimmune disease called Kawasaki's Disease, Tyler knew he had to improve his health if he wanted to ward off any heart problems and a history of family diseases. He improved his fitness to the point that he ran collegiate level cross country and track for the BJU Bruins. In 2014, he graduated with a Bachelor's in Organizational Communications and went on to become a personal trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Tyler loves educating clients in compound lifting and runners wanting techniques to improve speed and efficiency.