Donnie Raimon

Donnie Raimon

Owner / Director of Biomechanics

As author of DBC’s Certifications, Donnie ensures the methods used in everyday training at DBC are based on the most up to date research from the medical, biomechanics, and sports science fields. He also ensures our trainers stay current and proficient analyzing our athletes’ static and dynamic postures, general motor programs, and sports-specific motions to ensure optimal skeletal alignment, appropriate muscle length-tension relationships, and biomechanical efficiency.
Jarrod Bonsmann, PhD

Jarrod Bonsmann, PhD

Senior Researcher / Biomechanist

Jarrod earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland. A former professor of engineering, he has developed everything from medical devices to explosives protection systems to experimental aircraft. He combines his lifelong experiences as an athlete (water polo/beach volleyball/swimming) with his passion for engineering mechanics to optimize athletic performance through biomechanically sound training techniques. Jarrod will now head our new research program as well as be one of our head educators.
Elise Caldwell

Elise Caldwell

Head ATC

Elise offers a unique skill set as an athletic trainer (ATC, LAT), recipient of a masters degree (MSEd) in exercise physiology, and strength and conditioning coach (CSCS). She uses stretch, soft-tissue, and rehabilitative exercise techniques depending on the goals and needs of a client. She also coaches clients on proper movement and trains elite athletes for sport-specific skill development. Elise is an instructor of the DBC Level I Biomechanics/ Human Movement course, teaching trainers from around the world how to apply biomechanics to make their clients better functioning human beings.
Chaney Knowlton

Chaney Knowlton

DBC Level Two Instructor

 

Chaney graduated with Honors from Auburn University with a degree in Marketing. There he further developed his passion for fitness, working at the Rec and Wellness Center for 3 years and passing a multitude of kinesiology and NASM classes taken on top of his required business course load.  With nearly 5 years experience of training athletes and the general population,  Chaney has an emphasis on mobilization, corrective stretching, and becoming biomechanically efficient . Chaney is an instructor for the DBC Level II course, helping teach the 50+ musculoskeletal assessment to trainers from around the around the world!