Crystal Wright – Owner/Head Coach

Crystal is the owner and head trainer at Wright Training. Born and raised in Jackson, Crystal developed a passion for the outdoors and skiing at an early age. She ski raced and competed in rodeo throughout high school and college. After recovering from athletic injuries, she became passionate about helping people stay injury-free and healthy.

She graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion. She obtained her Personal Trainer Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine in December of 2006 and has continued her education with Corrective Exercise Specialist programs as well as becoming a Mountain Athlete Certified Strength Coach.

Crystal continues to compete at the professional level in Big Mountain Skiing. In 2009 and 2012 she won the Freeskiing World Tour Title.Her certifications include:


  • National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
  • Mountain Athlete Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach
  • Corrective Exercise Specialist Level I
  • Yoga Fit level one instructor

Max Martin – Assistant Coach

Max was born and raised in Jackson Hole. As a youngster, Max was very active playing soccer for both the youth soccer program and the Jackson Hole High School Varsity team. The majority of his athletic achievements came from ski racing. Max was part of the Jackson Hole Ski Club till he was 15 years old, then moved to Salt Lake City, UT to attend the Rowmark Ski Academy. After finishing high school Max then continued to pursue his education and racing career at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. In his time at Plymouth State, Max became the first athlete in history to compete in the NCAA Alpine National Championship in 2014 and also was awarded the Paul E. Arold Male Athlete of the Year twice in 2014 and 2016. Max recently graduated with honors earning at Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology in early May. He looks forward to coming home and utilizing his degree by passing on his knowledge to the athletes at Wright Training.

Certifications and Degrees:

  • B.S. Exercise and Sport Physiology
  • American College of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer
  • Mountain Athlete Advanced Programing Certified

Brian Mulvihill

Brian grew up in Bend, OR and moved to Jackson in 2004 after graduating from Oregon State University. His move to the bigger mountains of Wyoming gave him an ultimate new playground for alpine climbing and backcountry snowboarding.

After years of no formal gym training, he started training at Wright Training as well as Mountain Athlete in 2010.

Brian has seen the effects of sport specific training in his own mountain adventures and expeditions and is eager to learn more and help to coach others on the path to strength and performance in the mountains or in daily life.


  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer
  • Completion of the Mountain Athlete Advanced Programming Course

Jenny Wolfrom

Jenny Wolfrom grew up in the rural mountains of Maine and spent much of her youth skiing, running, and playing various sports. After finishing college in Boston, Jenny spent a few years in the city working in marketing and weekend-warrioring to Vermont to ski and mountain bike. Missing the mountains and rural-life, Jenny moved to Kodiak, Alaska where she spent two years working for a non-profit and backcountry skiing, hiking, and fishing in the Alaskan wilderness. Now a Jackson resident of four years, Jenny spends her free time outside trail running, mountain biking, downhill and backcountry skiing, and backpacking in the Tetons. She is currently training for several mountain bike endurance races including the 2015 Leadville 100.


  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer
  • Completion of the Mountain Athlete Advanced Programming Course

Chris Bates

Chris grew up in Louisiana and south Florida for his first twenty-six years. He enjoyed playing team sports as a kiddo but began to realize that his desire for health and leisure went beyond sports and connection with the nature in South Florida.

Chris visited the Tetons in the summer of 2016 to hike the vast mountains for the first time. Within a week of hiking and adventuring, he decided that he was going to move out west. After spending his first winter in Keystone, CO, he moved into GTNP for the summer. He was quick to realize that the area had a large community of outdoor enthusiasts that share a desire for health and performance for the longevity of enjoyment.

He studied at the University of Miami and earned a Bachelors and Masters in Exercise Physiology. His training prioritizes injury prevention via intentional technique and movement. He has experience training athletes with performance goals and individuals new to fitness. He is excited to start his first-year team at Wright Training and keep your body at peak performance

Andrew Armington

Andrew was born in the Tetons and lived his first few years in Moose.  His father was a Park Ranger so he spent all of this life in various National Parks.

Sports and the outdoors have always run through Andrew’s veins. His current endeavors include mountain biking, snowmobiling, and ski mountaineering, to name a few. He is a strong believer that the foundation for these sports and many others start in the gym.

Andrew graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a degree in biomedicine and chemistry. A future career in medicine may be on the horizon but he is incredibly happy to be a personal trainer in his birthplace for the moment!


  • B.S. Biomedicine
  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer
  • Crossfit Level 1 Trainer
  • Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Hana Saydeck

Hana was born and raised in Vermont, skiing at Okemo Mountain and later attending Okemo Mountain School (OMS) in Ludlow, VT, and Green Mountain Valley School (GMVS) in Waitsfield, VT. She attended Northeastern University in Boston, MA and graduated last May with a B.S. in Health Sciences on a pre-med track. While at Northeastern, she helped reinstate the university’s ski team and brought the team to USCSA Nationals for the first time in over 30 years her freshman year. Sophomore year during PT post-ACL tear and surgery, she realized she would rather be rehabbing in Maui so she interned at Deep Relief // Peak Performance, Samantha Campbell’s incredible training center for surfers and athletes in Haiku, HI. There, she internalized both the power of consistency and the importance of surrounding yourself with kind and driven people who lift you up as they pursue their passions and goals. Her time on Maui also led her to the water, through surfing, SUP, outrigger canoe racing, and sailing.

While working abroad in a neuro bio lab in Japan her junior year, Hana took a solo ski trip to Hokkaido. Between the hot springs and the stoke found both in and out of bounds, she realized how much she loved snow, mountains, and the clarity of mind that cold air brings. So after a quick return to Maui post-graduation (to paddle from Maui to Molokai to Oahu with a powerhouse all-women crew), she returned home to Vermont last fall and accepted a position as Head Strength & Conditioning Coach and Alpine U14 coach at OMS.

Hana heard about Crystal and Wright Training from a backcountry guide during a trip to JH last winter and decided then and there to pursue an opportunity to learn from Crystal and her team. Hana will be at the gym through October 4th before she returns to Vermont for another winter season of coaching, but she is happy that she’ll be here for week 1 of ski fit!


  • CPT through NASM
  • CSCS through NSCA
  • EMT, a Stop the Bleed and CPR instructor
  • Alpine USSS Level 100