Tash Weddle

president & CEO

With over two decades of expertise in providing training and education to improve fitness, nutrition and health, Tash Weddle leads TNBC in helping women gain new skills and confidence as they gain new strength.

Weddle holds the distinction of Master Strength Coach, the highest honor that can be achieved in the profession, from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association. She has personally coached over 1,250 clients across a range of sports, ages and abilities to achieve new levels of fitness.

She is a dedicated advocate for women and their abilities to push beyond stereotypes, self-doubts and self-imposed limits — and knows health and fitness can be foundations to new beginnings and life transformations.
 

Tash's Certifications

  • Master Strength Coach, Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association

  • Certified Strength and Coaching Specialist (CSCS), National Strength and Conditioning Association

  • Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC), Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association

  • Certified Nutrition Coach, Level 1, Precision Nutrition

  • Certified Kettlebell Instructor, Strong First

  • Certified Barbell Instructor, Strong First

  • Certified Body Weight Instructor, Strong First

  • FMS Certified Levels 1 & 2, Functional Movement Systems

  • Corrective Exercise Specialist, ISSA

Experience

  • Over 24 years of collegiate strength and conditioning coaching experience with over 600 athletes and over 1,000 low-income and senior women.

  • Eight years experience in leading a state of the art fitness and wellness education organization that has improved the quality of life for thousands of women from all walks of life.

Awards

  • 2016 Inductee into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

  • 2019 Nashville Business Journal Most Admired CEO Award, Sponsored by SunTrust Bank

University of Tennessee  1996–1998
Kent State University  1998–2000
Purdue University  2000–2005
Vanderbilt University  2005–2013

 

My mission is to empower women. Magic can happen in the weight room, and fitness and nutrition can be great platforms for developing personal growth and sustainable wellness.
— Tash Weddle