Justin Cox MS

Exercise Physiologist

Justin has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for 15+ years in Physical Therapy and Sports Performance Training. Throughout his career Justin has had the opportunity to train youth, high school, college, and professional athletes that are involved in wide variety of sports. He has also worked with many college football athletes preparing them for the NFL combine. Justin has also been an assistant football coach and has been a ski guide for “blind skiers”.

Justin has assisted in developing a Biomechanical Running Analysis Program and a Golf Enhancement Program at Logan Regional Hospital Sports Medicine. He also has experience in using a Biodex Dynamometer, Dartfish, and DartPower as tools for testing individuals for return to activities and Division 1 Athlete’s return to sport. Justin uses his knowledge from coaching, exercise physiology, and biomechanics to ensure a positive training environment that will improve the overall health of an athlete, as well as improve agility, speed, power, recovery time, and injury prevention. He takes time in understanding and getting to know each athlete and educates those regarding correct running biomechanics, lifting techniques and forms. 

Justin received his Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education both at Utah State University.


Corey N. Monson

Exercise Physiologist

Corey has been working as an Exercise Physiologist for 10 years in Physical Therapy and Intermountain Sports Performance Training. He has a BS Degree in Exercise Science from The Department of Education and Human Services at Utah State University. He has an extensive background in sports and sports training and has had the opportunity to train many high school, college, and professional athletes throughout his training career.

Corey has experience in using a Biodex Dynamometer, Dartfish, and Dartpower as tools for testing an athlete’s return to sport. He takes pride in educating his clients regarding correct biomechanics, technique, strength training and correct running mechanics. Corey uses his extensive background in exercise physiology, biomechanics, functional movement screening, and technique, to ensure a safe training environment that will improve the athletes’ overall health, as well as specifically reducing recovery time, improving speed, agility, and vertical jump. 


Miryka Haberl

Exercise Specialist

Miryka Haberl is an Exercise Specialist at Logan Regional Hospital. She grew up in Fruit Heights, Utah. After graduating from high school, she decided to get away from the cold and move to St George. She ended up meeting her husband, who convinced her to move up to freezing Logan for both of them to finish school. Miryka graduated with her Bachelors in Human Movement Science with an emphasis in Exercise Science in 2015. During her last semester, she interned with Sports Performance Training and loved it so much she convinced us to let her work here. Miryka loves to do anything active. She played competitive soccer since she was eight and still loves to play in her spare time. Her hobbies include taking care of her son, running half marathons, playing soccer, spending weekends in St George, and binge-watching TV shows with her husband. She loves working in the exercise environment, especially pushing athletes to make them mentally and physically tough.


Ben Hola

Ben is a native of Cache Valley and graduated from Utah State University in 2016. At Utah State, he was captain and a 4-year letter for the Utah State Men’s Rugby team. Along with playing rugby, he actively participated in club futsal, volleyball, and powerlifting. Ben started and coached high school rugby club northern militia five years ago and now after a 2-year hiatus will return to coach the Cache Valley Rugby Club for the coming 2018 season. He enjoys fishing, hunting, mountain biking, skiing, powerlifting, coaching, football, and is an avid Utah State sports fan. Ben is always learning and loves to help others reach their highest level of personal fitness.


Johnny Giles

Rehab Aide

Johnny Giles is a Rehab Services Aide in the Sports Performance Therapy Department at Logan Regional Hospital. He grew up in Fruit Heights, Utah. After graduating from Davis High School, he served a LDS mission to Cusco, Peru. In 2016, he graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Movement Science. He emphasized in Kinesiology. A year later he married his wife Abby Giles. His favorite activities include mountain biking and snowboarding. Johnny has a love for helping others reach their full potential as athletes. He does this by using his education and experience as an athlete himself. Johnny will be going to West Virginia to continue his education at West Liberty University in their Physician Assistant program in the summer of 2018.


Jordan Pulsipher

Rehab Aide

Jordan Pulsipher is from Cache Valley Utah and graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Movement Science with an emphasis in Exercise Science.  Jordan has lived in Cache Valley her entire life except for two years where she played at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff Nebraska on a softball scholarship. After graduating from WNCC with her Associate of Science she returned home to play one year at Utah State University. She got married after her junior year of college and decided to retire from softball to be able to spend more time with her husband.

In her spare time Jordan enjoys four wheeling, fly fishing, boating, and traveling to different MLB stadiums with her family. Jordan teaches pitching to eight talented young athletes who she enjoys working with. She loves being a part of the Logan Sports Performance Training family and getting to work with many different athletes.  


Kody Klaassen

Rehab Aide 

Kody grew up in Logan, Utah and recently graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Human Movement Science and an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy. While attending USU he was a member of the USU Men’s Soccer team and participated in many soccer, futsal, basketball, and flag football intramural teams.

Over the past five years he has worked as an assistant coach at both Logan High and Ridgeline High School for the boys’ soccer teams. As the assistant varsity coach at Ridgeline, Kody helped coach the team to its first ever state championship in school history. He has since returned to his alma mater, Logan High, as the head coach of the boys’ soccer team and looks forward to the upcoming season.

Kody loves to spend time with his wife Sarah and son Jett. His wife Sarah currently coaches the Just Jumpin’ jump rope team that you may have seen during halftime shows at Aggie basketball games and more! As a family they enjoy playing outside, cheering on the Aggies, and spending time with their families and friends. His other hobbies include anything that gets the adrenaline pumping such as cliff jumping, extreme sledding, and anything with trampolines. He has even practiced with the Trampoline Dunk Team for the Utah Jazz. Kody loves coaching athletes to help them reach their full potential and loves being a member of the Sports Performance Training team.