Five Thirteen Strength Coaching


Meet the Coaches
Our Coaching Pillars

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Everyone is different in how they approach training and should be coached accordingly. No matter who you are, we want our coaching to be a long-term solution for you. That's why we insist on meeting you in person and getting to know you first. To get more information, email, text, or call us! We'll reach out promptly to schedule a time or answer you questions: 



To get started with coaching, please fill out the following questionnaire. When you complete it, we will be notified and reach out to you for next steps!

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Pricing Breakdown 

We believe in being transparent in our prices and ensuring you get every bit of value you deserve, especially when it comes to coaching. Our coaching is designed to be a long-term solution for you. All of our coaching is centered around working with you and includes detailed programming that is built for you based on your goals, experience, strengths, and weaknesses.



Meet the Coaches

Tyler Nunn, CSCS
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
USAPL & USPA Powerlifting Competitor
University of Cincinnati, Class of 2014
Criminal Justice & Psychology
All Things Harry Potter
Reds Baseball
Michael Moore, CSCS
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
USAPL Powerlifting Competitor 
University of Cincinnati, Class of 2015
Biomedical Engineering
Bearcat Basketball
Hiking & Biking 

Our Coaching Pillars


Everyone can get stronger. Whether you're a beginner who has never touched a free-weight and wants to be healthier, or you're a competitive athlete looking to take your conditioning to the next level, we have the coaching expertise and scientific knowledge to take you there. The foundation of our coaching is built not only on the science of exercise, programming, and technique, but also on an understanding of people and how to work with them.

Building Relationships:

The ability to build quality relationships is the most important aspect in differentiating a good coach from a great coach. Both the coach and the athlete have to be fully invested in the process to achieve the task at hand, small or large. It comes down to trust and communication. Even the deepest understanding of technique and exercise science cannot overcome a lack of interpersonal competence. We're 100% committed to developing that relationship with every single person we work with, understanding that everyone is different in how they progress, prefer to train, receive feedback, and communicate. That's why we will never try to implement "out-of-the-box" methods to anyone we coach. 

Foundational Knowledge:

Getting stronger requires a multifaceted approach that goes beyond picking up heavy weights. Quality strength coaching cannot exist without a comprehensive understanding of anatomy, physiology, exercise technique, program design, nutrition, and psychology as they pertain to each individual athlete's goals. Growing our knowledge base is part of the passion we have for getting better as both athletes and coaches.
We're excited to be able to provide you National Strength and Conditioning Association (NCSA) accredited coaching as Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists (CSCS). From the beginner just discovering strength training, to the elite-level college athlete with years of competition experience, this level of coaching can serve anyone looking to improve their athletic ability or strength. Requiring a four-year bachelor degree and an intensive curriculum, the CSCS certification ensures that coaches establish a sound understanding of exercise science and can practically apply those principles with any athlete.


"You have to experience what you want to express" -Van Gogh -Brett Bartholomew 
We can't put up 600lb+ on squat and deadlift (yet), but we do have years of first-hand experience in coaching people, strength training, exercise programming, and learning from mistakes. We've coached and trained for different sports, rehabbed injuries, implemented programs that worked, those haven't worked, and have spent hundreds of hours learning from the many experts we look up to in the industry. All of these things manifest themselves in the care, quality, and attention to detail in our coaching methods. 

Coaching vs. Personal Training Philosophy

What's the difference? Often times "coaching" and "personal training" are used interchangeably, or sometimes not at all. While there is significant overlap no matter how you define it, it simply comes down to different ways to help individuals get healthier and stronger. Coaching typically requires a more hands-on analysis and training approach geared towards a specific sport or sports. Personal Training (according to our interpretation) is a more structured and simple path to getting stronger or more fit. It all depends on your goals.



Personal Training



Personal Training

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