Louise Orders and Beth Stewart
After more than a decade working with clients at a large community athletic club, we created Dauntless to continue that work in a smaller, more private setting. Here, along with a select group of highly qualified fitness and health professionals, we can fully support our clients as they pursue their personal health and fitness goals.
Dauntless is a community of people committed to taking responsibility for their health and fitness. It takes dedication to be healthy in today’s culture; to prepare our own food, to create and spend time within an actual community not just a virtual one, to get out and move more, to be creative with our lives and not simply reactive to the circumstances around us. These are choices we make every day and it takes dedication. But it’s that important; and that’s why we’re Dauntless.
We believe regular movement that you enjoy combined with fresh, healthy food is the basis of a strong, vital, healthy and happy life. We know from years of experience that there is no one approach that works for every person. We’ve all worked through the process of finding what works best for us as individuals and we practice it daily. Here at Dauntless, we help others find their fitness.
We have an amazingly talented group of professionals here. We’re sure you can find the perfect partner to help you achieve your personal goals.
Craig is a life-long fitness enthusiast. In addition to over 10 years as a fitness professional, he is a 3-time Golden Glove boxing champion in both Maryland and Virginia, an Amateur Athletic Union boxing silver medalist, and a Junior Olympics boxing gold medalist. He holds a BS in Fitness and Sports Management, and Certifications in Strength and Conditioning, USA Weightlifting, IKFF Kettlebells, Crossfit L1, and as a Boxing Trainer. Craig’s philosophy: “Your body is a machine – control your mind and your body will follow”!
Dale, known more affectionately as DB, is a Certified Personal Trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), as well as a Certified Venice Nutrition Coach and CrossFit Level I & CrossFit Endurance Coach with 8+ years and thousands of hours of training experience with hundreds of clients of all ages and all walks of life. Dale uses athletic-based, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) with an emphasis on both Core and Functional movements to get the greatest results for his clients. “I specialize in helping you look and feel better by getting you to move again, losing unwanted weight, burning fat, and best of all having fun doing it. I will get the best out of you and push you to that next level in your workouts. I love training each type of client regardless of your goals and I feel fortunate that you’ve allowed me to be a part of achieving them.”
A former college cross country runner and marathoner, Rebecca is an ACE certified Personal Trainer, Mad Dogg Athletics certified Spinning Instructor, and Mossa certified group fitness instructor. She now focuses on strength training and healthy eating habits to help clients enjoy overall fitness, real-world durability, and healthy movement patterns. Her goal is to make fitness and healthful living fun and accessible to all ages and fitness levels and to help clients reach their fitness goals.
Jim believes that proper exercise and nutrition help to balance out a person’s life. He was a competitive athlete in high school and college as a wrestler, soccer player, and martial artist. As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with over 15 years in the fitness industry, Jim has worked with clients from the age of six to eighty-two, including special populations. One of Jim’s specialties is training people to run in races, from 5K to Marathons, and has successfully completed many of these himself, including the grueling 6th leg up and over South Mountain as part of a team competing in the American Odyssey Relay from Gettysburg, PA to Washington, DC. He also is a contributing author to “Your Fitness and Nutrition Questions Answered” by the Benchmark Publishing Group.
Hanna is from Pensacola Florida and has lived in the Severna Park, Maryland area since June 2015. She earned her B.S in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science from California State University, Fresno and has been a personal trainer/strength coach since 2011. Hanna is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through The National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as an USAW Sports Performance Coach and holds the Exercise is Medicine Credential through the American College of Sports Medicine.
Hanna specializes in youth athletic development, strength and conditioning, weight loss, nutritional assistance, and many other aspects of health and fitness. She is currently the strength and conditioning coach for the Severna Park High School Boy’s Lacrosse Team. Her motto is “the best exercise is the one that you will do”.