THE SPORTSTRENGTH MISSION
MARK KEIL, CSCS
Kyle grew up playing a variety of sports before taking an interest to computers during his first year of college. After a 10-year break to pursue his passion of software development, he returned to finish his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. In the 25 years that followed his initial programming class in GW Basic, Kyle has created software for some of Tulsa’s largest employers in the oil and gas industry, car rental, pre-employment screening, and veterinary technology sectors. He has expertise in the Microsoft technology stack as well as Android and iOS development.
When not coding, Kyle can be found spending time with his family, traveling to Caribbean beaches, or brewing beer.
Kayce is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of Northeastern State University, with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. Her career includes 25+ years in the accounting field with positions in corporate accounting with a publicly traded company, a controller for a privately-owned manufacturing company, small business owner and public accounting. For 13 years she was Partner, COO, and Culture Leader at one of the largest CPA firms in Tulsa. Kayce’s experience includes client service, recruitment, team development, and culture leader, with an emphasis on mentoring. Kayce is a Gallup‐ Certified Strengths Coach and has trained and coached over 150+ people. In 2020, Kayce started a new business D1 Gyms, LLC which includes 2 training gyms for basketball, volleyball and agility. Kayce is a wife and mother of 4 daughters, ages 24, 20, 17 & 9.
SportStrength believes that athletes should begin participating in Sports-Performance training at a young age. This is because every kid, regardless of whether they continue in sports, needs to learn how to move properly. If they can learn this while they’re young, then they’ll
have the opportunity to increase sport performance and reduce the likelihood of sport-related injury.
At SportStrength, we do not overlook mobility training.
Do we have our athletes lift heavy? Yes. Do we have our athletes train hard? Yes. But increases in strength and power is only beneficial if the athlete can use that power through the full range of motion. That’s why our programming consists of many supersets (pairings) of strength exercises and mobility routines. Training in this way will foster the athlete’s longevity and ensure maximal performance.
Our objective at SportStrength is to provide the athlete with the latest training methods that allow them to excel in the present while preparing them for the future.