OUR TEAM

Sean Anthony

Founder & CEO-at-Large

Sean Anthony, MA, BBA

Sean graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business and moved to Flagstaff in 1995. As Associate Director at Northern Arizona University’s Center for High Altitude Training from 1996-2008, Sean cultivated a wealth of experience working with the best elite sport programs in the world. He oversaw the university’s international altitude training camp program and was the Director for NAU’s USOC-designated Olympic Training Site.

Sean left the Center for High Altitude Training in order to form HYPO2 and continue to help elite international and domestic athletes with training in Flagstaff. He has represented Flagstaff as an altitude training site at many events and with many organizations around the world, including the Forum on Elite Sport at the Brazilian Olympic Committee in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; the International Symposium of Altitude Training in Granada, Spain; and the Japan Institute of Sport Science in Toyko, Japan. He has worked with thousands of high performance athletes from a myriad of national sport federations and teams in his many years of planning and managing altitude training camps and programs.

Dan Bergland, MS

Dan is owner and principal sport physiologist at VOLT Sportlab at HYPO2. Dan earned a masters degree in sport physiology at Arizona State University where his studies and research centered on elite-level endurance runners, cyclists, biathletes and triathletes. At HYPO2, Dan focuses on providing physiological testing, blood testing (including specialized testing like Total Hemoglobin Mass Testing using the carbon monoxide rebreathing technique) and altitude training program design for a wide range of athletes, from recreational weekend warriors to Olympic-level, professional elites.

Dan lives in Flagstaff with his wife Kathy, a former elite swimmer and coach. In his spare time, Dan enjoys mountain biking, trail running, swimming, skiing, triathlon, fly fishing and traveling with his friends and family.

Dan Bergland

Sport Physiology

AJ Gregg

Sport Chiropractic, Performance Training, Nutrition

AJ Gregg, DC, MS

Dr. AJ Gregg combines the latest research in rehabilitation and performance training with targeted manual therapy techniques to quickly alleviate pain and restore function.  Aside from his passion working with athletes he has a special interest in treating chronic pain, having suffered with chronic headaches for years.

Dr. Gregg is a graduate of the University of Western States where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and achieved his B.A. in Health Management from Luther College.

A life-long athlete, he loves finding new things to stay active. A collegiate wrestler at the NCAA DIII level, he has since found activities such as climbing, biking, resistance training and coaching to stay busy.  He completed his first Ironman Triathlon in Madison, WI in 2008 and had his second finish in 2009.  He moved to Flagstaff in 2012 to enjoy the beauty of Arizona outdoors, weather and community.

Wes Gregg, DC

Dr. Wes Gregg helps people get rid of pain and improve their performance through leading chiropractic treatments and various rehabilitative techniques.  He treats people and athletes of all levels, from the beginner to the professional and Olympian.

Dr. Gregg completed his undergraduate degree at Luther College in Decorah, IA where he competed as a collegiate wrestler.  His education continued in Portland, OR where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the University of Western States.

A dedicated enthusiast of health and healthful living, he enjoys inspiring his patients to develop life-long, healthful lifestyle habits. Dr. Wes is committed to helping his patients realize their optimal health, vitality and performance. Whether you are a competitive athlete, a weekend warrior, or one who simply wants to live pain free, Dr. Wes looks forward to helping you succeed.

When not treating patients, Dr. Wes loves spending his time mountain biking, lifting weights, running, reading and spending time enjoying all the beauty Flagstaff has to offer with his wife, Allison and son, William.

Wes Gregg

Sport Chiropractic, Performance Training

Brannon Harbur

Chief Experience Officer, Mental Performance

Brannon Harbur

Growing up in a small town in Colorado, Brannon loved skiing, tubing the river, and especially music and the arts. Even as a kid the entrepreneurial spirit ran deep. He ran his own lawn care business, had plans of owning a restaurant, and generally dreamed of building something people would love. After moving from home he then attended college in Flagstaff, Arizona to major in accounting.

After his second year, he and two friends started a mobile coffee business called The Rollin’ Roast Coffee Company out of a 1960 Volkswagen modified flatbed pickup. For six months they rolled around Flagstaff, brewing and selling what many considered to be some of the best coffee in Arizona. They ended up selling the truck and Brannon transitioned to finishing his degree. While putting himself through college, Brannon worked extensively in hospitality, learning the art of curating the perfect experience and earning him numerous leadership positions training others.

During his last year of college, Brannon met his partner, a top-ranked professional marathon runner. As their worlds of business and elite athletics joined, Brannon became fascinated by how to take the principles of elite athletes into professional business settings, and this led to HYPO2. Bringing his talent for cultivating guest experiences, Brannon has played a pivotal role in the development of the program designed specifically to take what HYPO2 knows about mental performance in the world of sport and apply it successfully to business professionals.

Shannon Thompson, MAPP, NCCP

Shannon’s athletic background began in the equestrian sport of Three Day Eventing. She competed nationally and internationally successfully for more than 20 years and also coached riders of all ages and levels during this time. More recently, Shannon has been focused on her passion for running, racing competitively in distances from the 800m to ultra trail events and almost everything in between.

As an athlete and a coach, Shannon has always been fascinated by the psychology of achievement. Her interest regarding the power of the mind to impact an athlete’s performance and overall experience drove Shannon to complete an undergraduate degree in psychology, and then a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Positive psychology is the science of human flourishing and high achievement, and offers a wealth of resources from which Shannon draws to help athletes find the performance they are seeking.

Shannon’s mental performance consulting out of HYPO2 is offered to a wide range of clients, including elite, professional endurance athletes from around the world, and the Division I teams at Northern Arizona University. Her approach is science based, philosophical, and spiritual. She draws upon empirical research and the literary arts to help each individual perform at his or her best consistently. Shannon also conducts psychology research, currently choosing to focus on the critical challenge (the mental skill that makes or breaks an athlete) particular to several sports, with the intention of helping athletes thrive in these moments. She has also identified a mental orientation toward training called DARE state, which she proposes to be the state in which to train for optimal progress, and is interested in the contribution of a “love of challenge” to performance improvement, and the psychological aspects of exertion pain management.

Shannon Thompson

Sport Psychology, Mental Performance

Bradley Tremper

Sport Massage Therapy

Bradley Tremper, LMT

Bradley’s experience with massage began when he received regular sports massage as an athlete in middle school.  In 2002 Bradley moved to Flagstaff to attend NAU.  In 2006, between his undergraduate studies in Biology and graduate studies in Nutritional Biochemistry,  Bradley completed a 650 hour massage therapy program at the Arizona School of Integrative Studies.  Bradley has taught classes in injury rehabilitation, sports massage, nutrition and hydrotherapy.  In 2014, Bradley joined Hypo2 and his practice shifted to focus primarily on sports massage.

Bradley’s scientific background and experience as a lifelong athlete gives him an understanding of what a training athlete needs.  His approach to bodywork focuses on fascial and deep tissue techniques and aims to improve mobility and to decrease recovery time.  With over 10 years of massage experience as well as his knowledge of anatomy and science, Bradley provides specific and effective therapy.

Rock climbing is Bradley’s current athletic obsession.  In between workouts, he is a student of training and recovery techniques.  When not working, Bradley can be found outdoors, climbing or exploring with his wife, Brandie, and son, Porter.  If the weather is poor, he is likely working in his wood shop.

Brandie Tremper, LMT

Brandie started working at Hypo2 as a massage therapist in 2014 after graduating from the Arizona School of Integrative Studies in Flagstaff. She works with many of Hypo2’s elite athletes and teams, as well as members of the Flagstaff Community. With her scientific knowledge base, and her background as a rock climber and yogi, Brandie provides energetic, mindful and effective therapy. She caters each session to meet her client’s needs, focusing on deep tissue modalities, sports massage, injury rehabilitation and trigger point therapy.
 

Brandie is also a new mother and spends lots of time playing outside with her son Porter, husband Bradley, who also works at Hypo2, and tiny dog, Watson

Brandie Tremper

Sport Massage Therapy

Hypo2 provided a comprehensive support network for my altitude trip. Between blood work, physiotherapy, massage therapy, and access to resources like an AlterG, I had everything I needed for a successful training camp. I left Flagstaff very happy with the work I had been able to put in and confident that I had made great gains both in terms of fitness and my overall health.

~ Kim Conley, 5000m Runner, 2012 & 2016 U.S. Olympic Team ~
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