Steven Bubel MS, CSCS
Founder of Revolution Sport & Fitness
A 1989 graduate of Central Catholic High School, Steve earned both a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University where he also served as a graduate assistant in the Human Performance Laboratory. He holds numerous advanced certifications and posseses an uncommon drive to remain current with the latest sport science research.
With over 20 years of experience, Steve has distinguished himself as an expert in health and human performance. His ever-evolving training philosophy is based not only on real-world experience but, more importantly, on cutting-edge scientific research. He has counseled hundreds of individuals, athlete and non-athlete alike, from a variety of backgrounds and with skill levels ranging from weekend warrior to World Champion.
Amie Bunch has been a fitness enthusiast for 20 years and is an NCCA certified trainer. She’s worked with the Revolution Team since 2014 and is an active proponent of our no nonsense approach to wellness. A half-marathon and triathlon veteran, when she’s not in the gym, she’s most likely out on the road, in the water or spending time with the family unit. She works with a wide array of clients and occasionally directs our group fitness classes. Her goal as a trainer and coach is to help as many people as possible live healthy, active lives through education and simple, practical advice.
Kevan graduated from Billy Ryan High School in Denton, Texas and went on to play soccer at the University of South Carolina where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing.
During his 20 years in soccer, Kevan competed at the highest level both nationally and internationally; attending several professional combines and team tryouts. Unfortunately, his playing career was cut short due to repeated injury. While frustrating, these experiences led him into training and drove him to explore deeper more advanced methods of physical preparataion.
While his playing days may be over, Kevan is determined to use the knowledge he has gained to ensure that other athletes like himself do not suffer the same fate.
Licensed Massage Therapist
Jennifer is a graduate of the Austin School of Massage Therapy and is licensed by the state of Texas. She brings nine years of experience to her practice and is certified in Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stone, and Pre Natal massage.
Currently providing therapy through her newly owned personal massage business, “Feather”, she has previously worked at some of the most prestigous spas in San Antonio and Austin including the JW Marriott, Concord Athletic Club, and Mecca Gym & Spa.
Jennifer is a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress and strongly believes that massage will enhance overall health and well being.
Stephen Bourne is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a specialization in strength and conditioning coaching. He’s a certified personal trainer through the National Council on Strength and Fitness and is working toward his CSCS certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
During his time at UT, Stephen worked extensively with the Longhorns men’s basketball program, where he served as a student manager and then as an intern under their head strength and conditioning coach. During this period, he studied a strategy for strength and conditioning known as applied functional science, which the team incorporated for assessments, training, rehabilitation, and injury prevention.
He recently completed two seasons as the assistant coach of the Trinity Tigers women’s basketball team where he also developed and implemented the strength and conditioning program for the Lady Tigers. His focus on maximizing athletic performance and injury prevention helped the team advance to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference finals. His background in mentoring and coaching also includes working with youths and helping them develop general skills as well as sports specific movement.