Centurion CrossFit Fort Hood Coaches

Coach/Owner David Vandeway


David has played all sorts of sports since he was a kid, emphasizing most of his time with basketball, baseball, and football but dabbled in almost anything.  He found CrossFit in 2014 while stationed in Baumholder, Germany.  He worked out in the Mountaineer gym there but has spent time with athletes at CrossFit Kephart, CrossFit AWAC, BullStrong CrossFit, as well as pretty much anywhere around Fort Hood and Kaiserslautern that had bumper plates.  He took his level 1 course at CrossFit Fra in Frankfurt, Germany in 2015 and started working with athletes right away and has fallen in love with coaching CrossFit, when he arrived at Fort Hood he jumped at the chance to join the Centurion CrossFit community and continue coaching in a sport that he is passionate about and has recently become the owner of Centurion CrossFit.

 David holds:
CrossFit Level 1 Certification

Coach/Owner Jacob Shattuck

Jacob Started Crossfit in 2013 right here at Centurion Crossfit.  He immediately became a believer in the CrossFit system, and hasn't looked back.  After returning from deployment in 2016, he found that Centurion Crossfit was unable to run all its classes due to a shortage of coaching staff.  He decided that he would get his CrossFit Level 1 certification, and give back to the box that had helped him fulfill his fitness goals for so long.  Since that time he has taken ownership of the gym, and is working hard with the coaching staff to make Centurion a place where everyone can meet their fitness goals.  Jacob has an AAS as a Physical Therapist Assistant, and uses his background in musculoskeletal care to ensure athletes get the best workouts in the safest way possible. 
Jacob holds:
AAS Physical Therapist Assistant
CrossFit Level 1 Certification

Coach Michael Watson
Michael holds:
CrossFit Level 1 certification
Coach Hannah Stubert
Hannah holds:
CrossFIt Level 1 certification
Alejandro Silva Escobedo

Gregory Sabastian Iles

Kyle Downing

Zach FIsh