During his 12-year career as a professional triathlete, Wes Hobson garnered 35 first-place finishes, 60 top-three finishes, and 96 top-five finishes. He was also the first American to win a World Cup Triathlon. Overall, he has competed in 220 races. He retired from the sport of triathlon in 2001, and coached high-level triathletes for 6 years. Currently, Wes stays fit with a variety of exercise regiments and uses a multitude of doTERRA products to maintain his health.
An entrepreneur and father of five young boys, Kyle Kirschbaum started his fitness journey when one of his businesses failed in 2010. He realized that during difficult times, he couldn't control a lot of aspects of life, but he could be in control of his nutrition and fitness. So he went to work. Today, Kyle is passionate about sharing his journey with other fathers, husbands, and entrepreneurs who want to be in the best shape possible, but need help getting started and learning how to fit their fitness routines around their families and businesses.
Dana Moore is a wellness enthusiast and busy mom of four. She has mastered the art of incorporating healthy habits into her existing routine and approaches her wellness goals with practicality. She attributes her abilities to a BA in education and her certification as a healing foods specialist. You can frequently find Dana preparing healthy snacks and meals, working out, and teaching others how to do the same.
Ange Peters is a holistic health coach and doTERRA Wellness Advocate who has spent much of her life learning about fitness, nutrition, and wellness. Ange is also a certified personal trainer and natural nutritionist. She tries to approach every aspect of life in a healthy way. In addition to living her life as healthy and happily as possible, Ange is passionate about educating people to become their own health advocates.
Dr. Damian Rodriguez, DHSc, MS
Dr. Damian Rodriguez holds a doctorate in Health Sciences from A.T. Still University, where he focused his research on obesity. He also holds a B.S. in Nutritional Science, a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology with an emphasis in athletic performance, as well as numerous professional certifications in exercise and nutrition. Prior to joining doTERRA, he worked in public health and as a strength coach and nutritionist for professional and collegiate athletes. Dr. Rodriguez has also served as a mentor to autistic teens, having lived with Asperger’s syndrome himself—an autism spectrum disorder. He is a lifelong athlete who has competed in everything from powerlifting to triathlons and is passionate about helping others achieve total wellness.