Coaching Staff

Tim Lyman | Head Coach & Director of Training Programs

Timothy Lyman is a health and wellness professional specializing in program development and management. He is a competitive distance runner, coach and certified personal trainer. With over a decade of experience in the field, his education and interests range from holistic practices to sports nutrition and exercise physiology. He has coached both recreational and competitive individuals, in addition to men’s and women’s cross-country teams at the high school and collegiate levels. His training focuses include running economy, injury-prevention and functional/integrative fitness. He holds an MBA and B.A. from Point Park University, and certifications from the American Council on Exercise, USATF and ASEP.

"A healthy lifestyle must embrace mind, body and spirit. As a coach and student of the discipline, I strive to cultivate a mindset of growth and nurture a process of self-actualization. The lessons running teaches us are applicable in all aspects of life, and I take great joy in creating environments that are positive, productive and process-oriented."

Tim can be reached at

  Kisa Snyder | Assistant Coach & Training Programs Coordinator

Kisa became involved with the Fleet Feet family in 2011 when she became reacquainted with her love of running through their No Boundaries Couch-to-10k program. After not running since high school, she went on to train for the Pittsburgh Half-Marathon in 2012 and began giving back to Fleet Feet’s training programs as a mentor for the No Boundaries and Pittsburgh Half-Marathon programs.

Kisa officially joined the Fleet Feet team in the fall of 2013 assisting with training programs, and ultimately became the Training Programs Coordinator. Her favorite program is the No Boundaries beginner 5K & 10K programs. She has run distances from 5Ks to the full marathon, and shares her love of running with her son, who runs cross-country for Chartiers Valley, and her daughter, who can be seen frequently at No Boundaries workouts.

“There is something humbling about the beginning for a runner, whether they are a first timer or getting back into shape. Running teaches us what we are capable of, how strong we are when we push just past our comfort zone. Running has brought the most amazing people into my life and I am proud to help them on their journeys to become the best versions of themselves. They bring out the best in me as well.”

Kisa can be reached at


 Emily Sagun | Speed Training Specialist

Emily has been running with Fleet Feet for over 3 years and is now thrilled to coach the Speed Demons track workouts. With over 10 years experience in running, she has competed in Track & Field, Cross Country and tons of local road races including the Pittsburgh Marathon.

"On your mark, get set.....Speed Demons!"

Emily can be reached at

Brad Popple | Distance & Trail Running Specialist

Brad is the Assistant Store Manager at Fleet Feet Pittsburgh, a marathon training coach, Head Coach of the Middle School Run Camp and elite ultra runner. Coming from a background in education, Brad is happiest instilling the tools and knowledge to runners and walkers who have an earnest desire to achieve their utmost potential. He truly believes that running is a constant state of self-evolution, and that with the right passion and commitment no goal is out of reach.

"I feel athletes perform at their best when they set daily goals. Each workout should have a purpose, based around a large scale goal. Every workout is another building block to the greater goal."

Brad can be reached at

 Martine Marino | Physical Therapist

Martine has achieved success in the treatment of various neuromusculoskeletal disorders including vertigo and balance disorders, post-operative conditions, degenerative conditions and athletic injuries. She created individualized treatment plans based on clinical experience and research while providing thorough education on all aspects of the patient’s care. She feels it is important to treat the whole person, not just parts.

“As a physical therapist, my main goal is to improve the quality of life for each person who comes to me for treatment.”

Martine treats patients at NovaCare’s Bethel Park center and can be reached at

Education and Certifications:
Bachelor in Creative Non-Fiction Writing, University of Pittsburgh
Master of Physical Therapy Chatham University, 2000
Certification of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
Certification in Direct Access


Zachary Roberts | Physical Therapist/Athletic Trainer

Zach enjoys working with patients to achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. He has experience treating a wide variety of patients with orthopedic and athletic-related injuries, balance disorders, neurological conditions, concussion management and post-operative conditions. He creates individualized treatment plans utilizing evidence-based medicine and prior treating experience. He feels it is important to educate patients on making informed decisions about their health and wellness.

“It is my job to ensure patients achieve their goals and empower them to make a lasting change in their quality of life.”

Zach treats patients at NovaCare’s Dormont center and can be reached at

Education and Certifications:
Bachelor in Athletic Training, Slippery Rock University
Bachelor in Exercise Science, Slippery Rock University
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Chatham University 2015
Certified Athletic Trainer


Laine Greenawalt | Team Nutritionist 

Laine is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) with over 5 years of experience in the health and wellness industry working as an ACSM certified personal trainer, sports performance coach, group fitness instructor, and nutrition coach. She earned both her bachelors and masters degrees from Ohio University in Exercise Physiology and Food and Nutrition sciences.

She always been active, competing in multiple sports throughout high school and ultimately at the D1 level as part of the Ohio U. field hockey team (Go Bobcats!). As a former collegiate athlete, she understands the importance of proper nutrition and the effect it can have on performance.

She remains active and enjoys playing and coaching field hockey, biking, swimming, and hiking. She is passionate about helping athletes of all ages, shapes, and sizes reach their maximum potential through the power of food and proper nutrition.

“I want to help everyone who walks through my door understand the importance of nutrition, how it fuels their body, and how it can help them feel and perform their best. It is my goal to inspire and inform them, allowing them to make the choices that will ultimately mean reaching their health and fitness goals.”

Laine can be reached at


Amy Winters | Strength & Conditioning Coach


Amy is a five-foot frame packed with energy, creativity and determination. Her philosophy of “accept no limits” makes her a trainer who is sure to help you push your boundaries and discover strengths that you never knew existed. As a coach and motivator, she enjoys grinding it out together and being a part of the process. Her greatest joy is seeing the confidence and self-esteem people discover in the process of achieving their goals.

In addition to being an avid runner (21 half-marathons and too many other shorter distance races to count!), Amy has also had the pleasure of working for a number of fitness facilities in Pittsburgh over the last 8 years, including the YMCA and Push 40 Fitness in Bridgeville, where she specializes in Interval Training. 

Amy brings a unique perspective to training because until about ten years ago, she wasn't “into” fitness. She didn’t grow up playing a sport, or even caring about one. She came to the fitness party a little later in life than most people, but when she arrived she fell in love with being fit, strong and how it made her feel. Now, she just hopes to help everyone else feel the same way!

Aside from her career in fitness, Amy is also the founder and principal of Accents by Amy Interior Design, a huge baseball fan, and lover of most all kinds of music. She holds national Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor Certifications from AFFA/ NASM, as well as several other specialty certifications, including Les Mills BodyPump.

"If you believe in yourself, are consistent in your efforts, take it one step at a time and keep a positive mindset, you will discover there is nothing limiting your potential. When you accept no limits and believe you are capable of achieving anything, you discover that, in fact, you are!"

Amy can be reached at

Amy will be teaching a Body Weight 101 Class every other Saturday from 10-11 AM during the Great Race training season (July 21st through September 15th). Drop in rate is $10/class, but you can save 20% by pre-registering for only $40 (due July 21st)." RSVP HERE

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