PowerPlay athletes train hard and compete harder, and in between they use PowerPlay cold and compression therapy products to help them recover, get back out there faster, and perform better.
Professional Basketball Player
Kristina Puthoff-King is an International Professional Basketball Player who has traveled the world competing in 10 countries on 4 different continents at a high level. Kristina grew up on both coasts (Washington State & Georgia), but finished out her high school years in Milton, GA, winning North Fulton Player of the Year as a senior. She went on to commit to the University of Richmond where she became the 20th Spider Athlete to score 1000 points in their college career. King was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Defensive Team and Atlantic 10 3rd Team All-Conference as a senior.
U.S. Army, Wrestling
Jenna Burkert grew up in Rocky Point, NY and kept active playing lacrosse, soccer, basketball, baseball and wrestling. The reason she started wrestling? At six-years-old, a boy in her class taunted her with a flier saying girls couldn’t wrestle.
The rest is history.
Now being a SGT in the U.S. Army, Jenna enjoys being part of something bigger than herself- serving as a soldier while representing the USA as a professional wrestler.
Pro Freestyle Skier and Olympian
Patrick Deneen grew up in the mountain community of Snoqualmie Pass, Washington to a family that was very involved in the world of skiing. His grandfather owned and operated the local ski shop while his father was the General Manager of a ski resort and his mother was in charge…
Katie Holloway is a Paralympic Gold Medalist in the sport of Sitting Volleyball and the first female amputee to play Division I NCAA basketball. Katie grew up in Lake Stevens, Washington, a small town just north of Seattle. When she was just 10 months old and began walking, her parents noticed something wasn’t right. They found out she had fibular hemimelia, a condition eventually leading to her foot being amputated at just 2 years old.
Evan Weinstock grew up in the desert of Las Vegas, Nevada. He naturally excelled at most sports growing up, becoming the star of his high school football team. To keep in shape for football, Evan also went out for the track and field team in the spring. Slowly he started developing skills in every track and field event, which led him to participate in the decathlon, a grueling 2-day, 10-event discipline that is famously known for naming the “World’s Greatest Athlete”.
Sarah Cecilia Griffin was born in Barranquilla, Colombia and grew up a nomad, moving between Pennsylvania, Buenos Aires, and Kansas City. She saw The Nutcracker before her third birthday and said, “I want to do that!” She never looked back. From that moment she began years of high level ballet training across two continents and five states to prepare her for a professional career at the age of seventeen.
Physical Therapist, Triathlete & Coach
Tricia Davis, PT, is a hyperkinetic, Canadian-trained physiotherapist, athlete and outdoorswoman. She has been an athlete for over 30 years, competing in endurance mountain bike events, most recently including the BC Bike Race, 100-mile mountain bike events as well as Ironman and Xterra off-road triathlons. Tricia helps others live healthy, active lifestyles through co-founding Potential Energy Training and Nutrition where she works as a wellness, cycling and triathlon coach.
Jessica Meyers is a Pro Triathlete, West Point graduate, former Army Captain, combat veteran, and all-around force to be reckoned with! When she’s not training for her next event, she is keeping her life balanced and always busy with her twin “munchkins,” Rowan and Gwyn. As a Pro-Ambassador of…
Chad Cagle is an accomplished category one cyclist and has been racing bikes for over 15 years. He repeatedly is in the top ten overall at the prestigious three day criterium races Saint Francis Tulsa Tough. He placed 4th in USCF Elite Road Race Championships in 2008 and placed 5th…