Meet our Team
Team DX3 is not like the other guys. We are not ordinary, the same old stuff or people herding kids like cattle with no real direction or purpose. We do not see your child as one more kid in our program, they are unique, they are special, and we want to support their passion for being their best.
Yes our coaches have degrees Yes our coaches have certifications
Yes they played college sports Yes they are back ground checked
Yes we are professionals Yes we are insured
Yes we have experience Yes we have lot’s of experience…Blah, Blah, Blah
However, what does any of this mean if we can’t engage, excite and teach your child? So why does DX3 look, feel, act, dress, teach and lead differently? Because we are focused on connecting with, teaching and developing kids in a way that they understand and get excited about.
The most important aspect of training a child is understanding and connecting with them. We have to be creative instructors who can deliver programming they understand. One thing we have all learned in this day of social and viral media is, we can be anybody we want in the virtual world and credentials or “BIG Names” are not necessarily part of the real character and deliverable. We are not ordinary, cliché or like any of the other guys! We train kids, that’s what we do, that’s all we do!
Team DX3 is made up of passionate people who built our company through the practical influence and experience of changing kids lives by making them. Our team sees every child as an opportunity to instill life change, direction, confidence and positive values. We are different because we teach, our kids learn and the lessons are taken with them for life.
Contact our team of experts today and see how DX3 can make a difference.
Ronnie Natali AKA “Dreamer”
President & Founder
NSCA, ACSM, NASM, CAI CPT & GES, NWMC, Lead Dreamer
I've spent 24 years learning how to make kids better! “I believe all kids love to play and my mission is to provide quality people and a training program that will excite them encouraging personal ownership in their physical development. Their adoption into the program will drive compliance improving their performance and self-esteem resulting in a life-long habit of enjoying athletics and pursuing a fit lifestyle.”
Brady King AKA “BK” AKA “Cheese”
VP Training & DX3 Co-founder
BS Science, CPT, DX3 Youth Performance Director
Growing up with parents who were both sport and strength and conditioning coaches, performance training has been part of my entire life. Being a kid trapped in an adults body has allowed me the skill set I need to pursue my love and passion for working with kids. Understanding the importance of engagement, connection, attention span and just plain old FUN, helps me provide kids the most positive experience while training. By getting kids exciting about training and making it something they look forward to, we can create passion for pursuing a healthy lifestyle before, during and after sports. This can, has, and will continue to change the course of kids lives! "Training youth athletes with a smile on my face and a song in my heart building champions."
Goals: To put others in a position to be successful and make everybody around me better!
Sara Fusco AKA “The Professor”
VP Operations & DX3 Co-founder
BS Biology, Operations and Logistics Specialist
Being a teacher, coach, and athlete at heart, it is only natural that kids are a huge part of my life. Teaching for over 20 years, coaching 20 and playing soccer for 21, my life is teaching, sports and training kids. Teaching high school science allows me the ability to cross-pollinate teaching into every training session and training into every classroom lesson. I believe that athletes must grow in knowledge and understanding to truly implement the mechanics and techniques necessary to progress as an athlete. By keeping the training fun, intense, and progressive, I strive to engage athletes gaining their trust helping them sharpen their sword.
Alex Pena AKA “Mechanic”
DX3 Injury/Corrective Management Specialist
MS Kinesiology, NSCA - CSCC, NASM CPT, OPT, CES, PES, Strength & Conditioning Coach: Prince of Peace Christian School
I’ve been involved in training for 15 years now, the last 5 years as a Strength & Conditioning Coach for Prince of Peace Christian School (Carrollton, Texas) and DX3. My passion for helping kids get healthy, stay healthy and being part of their personal growth and success is what I live for.
M.S. Human Performance, USAW, CPT/PES
Rob has been involved with sports and fitness his entire life earning high accolades as a football player under the legendary coach Tom Chavez at Rivera High School in Brownsville TX. Rob was 1 st Team All Area, All District and All City in District 32-5A play. Having such a great, inspirational leader inspired Rob to become passionate about leading youth and pursuing a career in the Health and Fitness field specializing in Athletic Performance. Rob went on to earn his B.S. Exercise Science and M.S. Human Performance from the University of Texas Brownsville. He continued to elevate his knowledge and education by obtaining his USAW Sports Performance Coach, NASM CPT/PES, has researched for the NIH and is currently completing his CSCS while being a published author for the IJES. With over 7 years of training experience Rob now continues to learn, develop and master training modalities and corrective practices to positively impact athletes and improve their athletic ability.
BS, CSCS, CPR/AED
Rob has been a part of the TCA family since 2010 where he served as Head Strength and Conditioning coach for five years before going on the mission field for the past two years. Rob was a two-time high school AGN All-American in both basketball and football and a TAPPS first team all-state recipient in both sports. He went to Lee University (Cleveland, TN) on a full basketball scholarship where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science Fitness Wellness with an emphasis in Strength and Conditioning. After college Rob played semiprofessional and professional basketball in UBA and ABA for three seasons and interned for two years under Lance Walker, former Dallas Cowboys Strength and Conditioning coach. Rob served as Director of Athletic Performance at American Heritage Academy for five years before coming to TCA. Rob is passionate about maximizing the potential in athletes while calling them to a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ. “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me. For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever desires to lose his life for My sake will find it” – Jesus Christ (Matthew 16:24, 25)