Marcus Reynolds, PT, DPT, CSCS
Marcus Reynolds attended West Virginia University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology and received his Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. While at WVU, he assisted the women's basketball team as a practice player. He is a graduate of St. Albans High School where he excelled in basketball, tennis, and lacrosse. During his high school years, he was a participant in Potential Plus. Marcus has been a physical therapist at TPTC since 2015 and is the programmer and coach of Past Potential Plus.
Marcus always practices what he preaches to his patients and clients about the importance of safe and effective exercise. His goal is to see people continue their participation in athletics and recreational activities after their “glory days” have ended. His enjoys assisting those returning to sports following an injury or long absence. Marcus feels it is important to stay fit or get back in shape to allow one to continue performing at a high level so the phrase, ''well back in my day I used to...,'' can be avoided. Marcus wants to bring your “past potential” to the present while exercising in a fun and performance-driven environment with others who share the same passion.
Classes are Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7PM.
Please contact Marcus at 304-757-7293 or E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Zach DeWitt, DPT
Zach DeWitt joined Teays Physical Therapy Center and Potential Plus in 2017 after graduating from WVU's Physical Therapy program. He is a full time physical therapist at TPTC. Prior to completing his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, he received his Bachelors in Exercise Physiology and was a NASM certified personal trainer. He is a graduate of Hurricane High School, where he was a part of the State Champion 4x4 team in 2008. He is currently coaching Potential Gainz and assists with Home School Fitness.
Zach is an exercise enthusiast, whose roots were developed and mentored by local powerlifters. He stresses the importance of fundamentally sound and efficient exercises. His main focus is working with high school athletes to help them develop general strength and conditioning during the offseason to prepare them for their respective sports.
Potential Gainz classes are Monday and Wednesday beginning at 5:30pm.
Please contact Zach at 304-757-7293 or E-mail at email@example.com for further information.