Meet Our Trainers


Ginny Turner

Ginny is the owner of CORE  with 18+ years experience as a personal trainer. She is an ACSM certified Exercise Physiologist and a Precision Nutrition certified Nutrition Counselor. She is passionate about helping people change their lives through fitness.


Barb Hammond

Trainer. Athlete. Survivor.

A long-time resident of the Gunnison Valley, an American College of Sports Medicine-certified personal trainer, a registered nurse, a wife, and mom, and a cancer survivor. After her life was touched by cancer, Barb has kept exercise and fitness a priority. Now an ACSM Cancer Exercise Trainer, she can help you maintain your strength and quality of life through this chapter in your life.


Andrea Schumacher

Andrea is a Schwin Certified spin instructor.  She has been in the valley for 16 years and loves inspiring and motivating people through fitness, particularly spinning.  Andrea’s spin classes are full of creative and challenging structure and uplifting play lists.


Hannah Smith

Hannah is a Crested Butte native who has been playing in the mountains her whole life. Whether it is summer or winter, rain or shine, you can find her outside, adventuring with a smile on her face. Hannah enjoys getting lost in a good book,  channeling her innate competitive nature on game night and hopes to one day become a professional corn chip taste tester.


Cam Smith

Cam moved here as a wide-eyed flatlander. Luckily, adventures with his friends and older sister opened his eyes to all of the adventures possible here in the Gunnison Valley. In that time he found a love for endurance racing in skimo, trail running, and mountain biking. But he still spends most of his time outside of spandex enjoying the finer things in life. Like smelling the wildflowers or his weird habit of blowing kisses to views when he thinks they are pretty. 

He believes in diverse fitness and training to diverse demands of life. After all, living in CB is more enjoyable when someone can ask you to go for a run, ride, freeski, tour, etc. and you are always able to say yes. Indoor training at CORE is an essential foundation that allows us to be strong, capable, and confident in ALL of the activities available to us here in Crested Butte.


Kaitlyn Archambault

Kaitlyn started taking spin classes while she was in high school during the off seasons of other sports and always loved the intensity of the workout mixed with good music. It wasn’t until her mid-twenties that she started road cycling and a few years after that discovered her passion for mountain biking. As mountain biking season is always too short in Kaitlyn’s mind, when presented with the opportunity to teach spin at CORE during the winter months, she was game! While she sees indoor spinning classes as gym fitness and separate from her love of outdoor cycling, Kaitlyn appreciates the similarities and the ability to keep cycling muscles strong. Spinning also feeds Kaitlyn’s secret desire to be a DJ and she loves choosing music to help keep classes upbeat, entertaining and physically challenging. Kaitlyn is a Spinning Certified Instructor.


Taylor Randoll

Taylor is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer with five years experience and Behavior Change Specialist with three years experience. She is also a Certified Buti Yoga Instructor with one year experience and 10 years of dance training.


Ashley Jackson

Ashley is a Pilates Instructor, Certified Rolfer, Advanced Certified Yoga Teacher and Dance Teacher serving Crested Butte and Gunnison, CO. She is currently completing her comprehensive Pilates training with East River Pilates in NYC and is dedicated to offering biomechanically safe and integrated mat Pilates classes. Ashley obtained her BFA degree from Western Colorado University in 2007. She graduated from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, CO in 2015 and has over 1500 hours of training in yogic studies. Her goal as a Pilates teacher is to support, educate and empower her students through fun, light-hearted and challenging classes.


Veronica Jarolimek

Veronica moved to the Gunnison county in 1994 from Littleton, Colorado and graduated from Western State College in 1999 with a bachelors degree in ski resort management along with an emphasis in outdoor education. She started her career here in Crested Butte as a Manager at a local ski shop, worked at Three Rivers Resort as a river guide and has been a guide for many other outdoor activities. Along with being an outdoor guide, she started her physical fitness background by teaching Ski Conditioning and Cardio Kickboxing classes. After a couple of decades guiding and teaching, she decided to join the Crested Butte Fire Protection District as a volunteer firefighter and in 2008 become one of the first few full time staff members. As the Fire Division Training Officer, Lieutenant and the Liaison for the Health and Wellness program for the District, she also embraces being a mother of two boys. In order to manage and be successful at being a mother and a firefighter, staying healthy is paramount. To engage in regular physical activity is such an import part of her life.


Rick Murray

“As far as bio?? Heck I don’t know, nothing impressive here. Taught spin at the YMCA for 4 years and a big history of self-centered amateur endurance sports.” - Rick