Meet the core Innovative Body Solutions team.

Steven Sierra

Certified Instructor

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Steve Sierra

Steven Sierra has been training clients using Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching since 2001. He specializes in training Olympic and Professional Athletes, Executives, and helping severely injured and disabled individuals.

In the past, he has worked with NBC �The Today Show� Anchorman Al Roker for the segment entitled �Lose 20 with Al.� He has worked with both Professional basketball and baseball players as well as Olympic athletes. Steve works to create rehabilitation and �upgrade' programs for some of the best athletes and performers in the world.

Steve was co-owner with Marcus Riggleman of Phoenix Fitness in Allentown, PA where he oversaw member services, equipment management, and fitness training. After meeting Bob Cooley, Marcus and Steve opened the first Studio 16�A Meridian Stretching Studio � in Bethlehem, PA dedicated entirely to Resistance Stretching.

Steve says: "Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching is the ultimate in fitness training. After meeting Bob, I dropped 30 pounds of un-needed mass and actually became stronger! I now enjoy weight training without suffering from the characteristic aches and pains often associated with strength training. I now look and feel the way I always wanted and I keep improving everyday. The emotional and psychological benefits from Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching are the parts missing from most physical training. My life is now moving in the directions that I have always wanted."

Steven is a NASM certified personal trainer. He also spent four years in the Air Force serving our country.

Anne E. Tierney

Certified Instructor

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Anne Tierney

Anne Tierney met Bob Cooley while completing her Masters degree at Lehigh University. Immediately upon being stretched she knew it was something that every athlete not only would love but also desperately needed, especially at the collegiate and professional levels. Day after day, year after year athletes are constantly adding stress and tension to their bodies � Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching finally offers a way to take it all out. Over past several years she has worked with Steve Sierra, during which she has gained experience working with an Olympic-hopeful swimmer, golfers, and collegiate-level basketball and football players. By working directly alongside Bob Cooley and his top trainer, Steve Sierra, her education has advanced at a great pace and she has acquired invaluable information and experience due to her direct association with the two of them. They handle the most extreme, unique, and difficult cases as well as the top-tier athletes and executives. As a Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching Instructor, she has learned the concomitance between the physical body and psychological, spiritual and emotional traits.

Anne worked on NBC �The Today Show� Anchorman Al Roker on a segment entitled �Lose 20 with Al.�

Prior to becoming a full-time Ki-Hara Resistance Stretching Instructor in May of 2005, Anne was an associate at Standard & Poor's Corporate Value Consulting Practice in New York City where she worked for a year valuing intangible assets and investment portfolios as well as assisting on litigation cases. She also teaches private basketball lessons and runs her own summer basketball camps, "ANNe-U-ALicia Basketball Camps, " in her hometown of Lake Zurich, IL with her business partner Alicia Ratay.

Anne graduated Magna Cum Laude from Lehigh University with a double major in Finance and Economics in 2003 and received her M.S. in Economics in 2004. She has enjoyed much success in the classroom as well as on the basketball court. Upon graduation she received the Richard H. Johnson Award in Economics (top undergraduate economics student), the University Service Award (unsurpassed dedication to Lehigh University through an organization), Undergraduate Merit Award (Outstanding Achievement in Academics), and Lehigh's Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award for 2002-2003. As a Division I basketball player, 4-year starter and 2-time captain for Lehigh University, she graduated as the all-time leading scorer and rebounder at Lehigh as well as holding numerous other records: All-time leading rebounder in the Patriot League, 2000 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, fastest player in league history (male or female) to reach 1,000 points, 4-time First-Team All Patriot League selection (2000-2003), 2-time Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the Patriot League, 3-time Verizon District II Academic All-American, and 2003 "NCAA Woman of the Year" Nominee.