Cameron was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. He was a four year letterman, All-State, and All Star game selection during his tenure at Jacksonville High School. Cameron played baseball for Three Rivers Community College and Arkansas Baptist College his first two years. He later transferred to Arkansas Tech University where he would finish his collegiate baseball career. He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Arkansas Tech University in 2013.
Shortly after completing college, Cameron began training athletes individually. He also began coaching high school showcase and little league travel ball teams. After coaching and training for roughly 5 years, Cameron has witnessed many of his athletes receive college scholarships and become Major League Draft Picks.
Cameron is extremely honored to be a coach/trainer and looks forward to seeing the growth of his clients athletes and young adults.
Teaching young athletes to be comfortable with the uncomfortable. Three stages of life: Going into adversity, In the middle of adversity, and Coming out of adversity!
🔹Played Football and Baseball at Jacksonville High School. 1998 High School Baseball All Star selection
🔹Pitched at Arkansas Tech University and Henderson State University
🔹B.S.E. Kinesiology from Henderson State University
🔹Served as assistant pitching coach Henderson State University
🔹Assistant Baseball (pitchers/catchers), Assistant Football (Defensive Backs) Arkadelphia High School. 2014 State Champions class 4A Baseball. 2015 State Runner-up class 4A Baseball. 2017 and 2018 State Champions class 4A Football.
🔹Assistant Baseball (pitchers/catcher/3rd base coach), Assistant Football (Offensive Box/Running Backs/Quarter Backs) Joe T Robinson High School. 2019 Robinson Baseball Ranked #1 in class 4A, #2 in the state of Arkansas, and #47 Nationally. 2019 State Champions class 4A Football.
🔹Arkansas Sticks Head 17U Coach
🔹15 years’ experience training youth to college age in Baseball, Football, Speed and Agility, and Strength/Conditioning.
Powerhouse presents Coach Terrell Brown! Our newest Baseball/Football Trainer and Powerhouse Coach ⚾️
2 years at Coffeyville Community College
-Holds Record for singles
-Named team captain SO year
-Starter for two years
2 years at Newman University
-two year starter
-Name captain senior year
-graduated with sports communication degree
-Started as a student assistant at Newman University 2013
-Summer of 2013 Coached in the Northwoods Summer league
-Coached the Wisconsin Woodchucks
-Notables players - Paul DeJong SS for St. Louis Cardinals
Coached at Coffeyville Community College
-Infielders and coached 1st base
-Assist with hitters
2 years at Arkansas Baptist College
-3rd base coach
-Control offense and defense
-Arkansas Baptist, he helped set win records for both years, coach Juco D1 gold glove all american 2nd baseman. Hit .330 as a team his 2nd year at Baptist, highest in school history
University of Arkansas of Pine Bluff
-Coached the infielders
-Assist with hitters
-Coached 3rd base
-assist in Recruiting
Jacksonville High School
-Coaches baseball and football
Gionti Shanard Turner, was born on August 17th in the year of 2000. He has been playing baseball since the age of 3. He grew older and at the age of 11, Turner started to played travel ball (USSSA 12u). Once travel ball came to an end, he then began to play with his Alma Mater, Watson Chapel High School located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. After years of hard work, his 11th grade year, Turner earned a spot in the lineup at SS. As he continued to play through high school, he gained attention from 3Rivers Community College in Kent, Missouri, where he later signed his letter of intent to play. In 2018, Turner was selected in the First Year Player Draft, by the Cleveland Indians ( RD: 27 Pick: 823). Gionti finished his first pro season with the AZL Indians and was later traded to the Tampa Bay Rays, where his professional career continues.
• Started playing baseball at age 3
• Made Cal-Ripken All-Star Team every year up until high school
• Played two summers for the Little Rock RBI league with 13-18 year old at age 11 and 12
• 3 year varsity starter in high school
• All-conference Junior and Senior year
• Went into the Army Reserves after senior year of high school
• Two year starter at Arkansas Baptist College after returning home from basic training
• Received a full scholarship from Williams Baptist University and currently playing
“I started playing baseball at a really young age. I wasn’t suppose to play at age three but my mom’s former teacher from high school was the coach and pulled some strings. I loved it immediately and didn’t want to play anything else. I didn’t play football until I got in middle school and didn’t attempt to try basketball until high school. No other sport gave me the feeling that baseball gave me. And throughout my career I’ve had the luxury of having coaches who, yes wanted me to be good and reach my peaks as an athlete, but also made sure I loved the game first.
So that’s what I want to give back to kids, what I had growing up. Skills and getting better come with loving the game first. I feel that I’d be the best at bringing out the fullest potential from each child, not just with my knowledge but with the passion I have for the game. That is the same passion I plan to instill in them as well.” ~ LaDerrious Perry.
Everyone welcome Powerhouse Fastpitch coach:
• Born and raised in Dumas, AR
• Started pitching at the age of 10
• Pitched for Dumas High School
• Played on the following teams during her youth: Silver Streak, Delta Diamond, Simply Wild and the Dumas All Stars
•Currently attending college at the University of Arkansas Little Rock
•Currently lives in Jacksonville, AR
Jordan has been a pitching instructor for 5 years and trains girls as young as 8.
Coach Zielinski is a Northeast Kansas native, who attended Coffeyville Community College as a OF/Power Hitter.
This is her 5th year coaching competitive ball. She just moved back to Jacksonville Arkansas to continue to do what she loves- To coach a group of girls she started coaching when they were just 9 years Old.
Played in :
-Adidas Futures Top Selected 50 Teams in the Nation,UT
- Louisville Slugger, CO
-ASA National Qualifiers with the Olathe Rockets and Competed Against D1 Athletes/ National Champions.
4 year letter - Lansing High -
4 year starter - Lansing High
4’- 1st Team All league/Honors
2014 - Top Selected Freshman NJCAA Combine
2014 - NJCAA 2nd Team All League -OF
2015 - NJCAA National Honors Mention East Division- OF
2015- Top Selected Returning NJCAA player
Coaching Experience -
10u Head Coach for Arkansas Naturals
12u Arkansas Outlaws Assistant
14u Arkansas Firecrackers
Skills and Drills Lessons- Powerhouse Training Complex/Cabot, AR
***Specializes in Hitting***
“I plan to bring more to the table than bettering athletes physically. I plan on helping athletes compete at a championship level meaning that the mental & emotional part of their game is equal to or stronger than the physical. Taking it one day at a time we will always walk out the door better than we came in. Less talk more action!”
4 1/2 years at OPSU
⁃3 year starter
⁃2x team captain (Junior & Senior)
⁃2nd leading rusher in school history
⁃All conference (Senior)
-2x All American
⁃2 year starter
⁃Led team in HR (senior)
⁃Sports management BS graduate
⁃Signed to the Kiel Baltic Hurricanes (GFL)
⁃Led league in rushing & TDs
⁃Most yards in a game (team)
⁃2019 German Bowl XLI Champion & MVP
⁃Led league in rushing & TDs
Jimmy Shreve was born and raised in New Castle, DE. He is currently enlisted in the United States Air Force as an Aerospace Propulsion Instructor.
- 2010 Disney Dual Team Delaware Captain
- 2011 Blue Hen Conference Finalist
- 2012 NWCA/USA Wrestling National Scholastic Dual Championships Team Delaware wrestler
- 3x State qualifier
- 4th place at 2013 DE State Tournament
- 3x Team Delaware AAU Disney Dual Nationals wrestler
- 2013 MAWA National Championship qualifier
- 2016/2017 All-Air Force Wrestling Team member
- 2017 Armed Forces Wrestling Championship – 125kg Freestyle competitor
- USA Wrestling Certified Coach/Wrestling Leader
- 2014 & 2015 William Penn High School Varsity/JV coach
- Produced 3 State placers in DE 2014
- 2019 & 2020 Combat Concepts Academy Head Coach
- Produced 3 State placers and 1 State finalists in AR 2020
“My name is Maria Berkheimer and I am a wife, a mommy of two precious boys, and an accountant. My early life consisted of me always training as a gymnast, and eventually that grew into me being the trainer. The love I have for coaching gymnastics/cheer began 8 years ago. I have coached all levels and age ranges. The knowledge I have acquired ranges from gymnastics, all the way to cheer, and everything in between. I strive to encourage our youth to build physical and personal strength. Not only do I want to be a coach, but I look forward to being their friend and mentor.”
Flips Gym in Dickson, TN 2011-2014
Gym Stars in Searcy, Arkansas
Assistant Coach for Cheer and went to the National Championships in Disney(Florida), June of 2017.
Elizabeth was born in Little Rock and raised in Cabot. She was a three year letterman and All-Conference volleyball player during her tenure at Cabot High School. After graduating from the University of Central Arkansas, Elizabeth stayed active in the volleyball community by becoming a certified referee.
Most recently, Elizabeth has shared her passion and love of the sport by coaching in the rec league in Cabot as well as coaching club ball for the past 5 years. She is currently coaching club ball for 501 Volley in North Little Rock and is the head 9th grade volleyball coach for the North Little Rock School District.
Elizabeth is excited to be a coach/trainer and is looking forward to seeing young athletes grow their love of the sport and their skills as a player.
Functional training will focus on all skills including: Passing, Hitting, Setting, and Blocking
Strength and Conditioning training will focus on exercises and drills to help athletes overall performance on the court.
! Our newest Strength & Conditioning Coach!
Check out his Bio
All there is to do is to be better than yesterday. Everyday will not be your best day, but every day is a lesson and opportunity to excel.
I grew up and graduated in Cabot in 2001. Growing up I was not active in conventional sports. Skateboarding and breakdancing were my attractions. As one senior leader put it to me, “you were a geographically displaced Arkansan.” How a country boy ever found and was successful with city activities amused him. In 2008 I enlisted in the USAF where over the next 12 years I was stationed in 2 states, 1 over seas assignment and multiple deployments in various countries. In 2020 I separated from service due to medical conditions and moved back to Arkansas.
12 years USAF in logistics, advising and non- conventional fields.
8 years Functional fitness/CF experience. Having competed in multiple competitions in multiple countries.(Not a games athlete, im not that cool). Attained my Level 1 in 2016 and various Continued Education courses after.
7 years 97th LRS Unit Fitness Program Manager. Focal point for education on fitness/nutrition information, oversaw qualification testing and managed the fitness records, regimen and remedial improvement programs for 380-400 personnel. Yearly/bi-yearly testing, PT for 3 days during the week and a 5 day training plan for individuals not meeting standards.
3 years as an affiliate manager for two separate CrossFit gyms. Took over CF Incirlik in 2016-2017 and stood up and managed CF 436 in 2019.
Other Key items:
• Newton Running Coaches course
• CF Level 1, programming, anatomy, scaling and judging.
• 5 CF competitions ranging from 30-100 competitors. Earned 2nd and 3rd out of 5 competitions.
• Completed 3 “Tough Mudder” events.
• Completed the “Bataan Memorial Death March.”
• Competed in 3 breakdance competitions, 1st in 2.