Coach Matt Pryor

Coach Matt Pryor

CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Gymnastics

Matt is a native of Tennessee but has zig-zagged all over the map with the military.  He was a NCAA D-1 baseball player, and has several years of experience training functional fitness through the military.

“I was first introduced to CrossFit in 2009 by other former college athletes looking to maintain a high-level of fitness and train in a competitive environment.  I knew I wouldn’t be able to train any other way after I found CrossFit.  The physical and mental strength gained through CrossFit have made a permanent impact on my life”


CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Gymnastics, CrossFit Powerlifting, USAW, CPR/AED Certified


Julie was born outside of Pittsburgh in Washington, PA.  She graduated from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, where she called home for the last 10 years before moving to Richmond Hill, GA.  With her athletic background in softball and basketball, Julie guarantees to bring her dedication, intensity, and competitive spirit to the gym each day.

“I got my start with CrossFit in 2011 after finally succumbing to the peer pressure from my brother.  I walked into CrossFit Delaware Valley, did my first WOD, finished last, and then emailed the coach the next day saying, ‘I’m in!’ I haven’t looked back since.”



CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Gymnastics, CrossFit Rowing, CPR/AED Certified

Coach Ted

Coach Ted

Ted hails from outside Pensacola, Florida where he graduated from Pace High School.  He served proudly in the US Navy for 9 years. Since leaving the Navy, Ted moved up and down the east coast as an engineer before finally landing in Savannah.  His athletic background began in high school with track, cross-country, and football.  Stricken by his father’s early passing, Ted began a fitness resolution in 2000.  He prioritized fitness and began a running hobby that would take him from distances as short as 1 mile to multiple ultra marathons.  The grueling pace and distances took their toll, and Ted needed a change.  Enter CrossFit High Tide.  He transformed from a stiff, creaky runner to a well-oiled, long-bearded, fire breather.

“I have always enjoyed cheering people on and helping push others through mental and physical barriers, but personally experience this ride over the past 1.5 years drove me to acquire my CrossFit Level 1 certificate and begin helping others along their fitness journey as part of the High Tide Family.”



CrossFit Level 1, CPR/AED Certified 


Coach Emily

Emily is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma and grew up playing a wide variety of rec sports from softball to basketball, and competing in competitive cheerleading. She is a fifth-grade teacher by day, and uses that same passion of teaching to coach Crossfit in the evenings and summers.

“In college, I was a treadmill and elliptical girl, but after graduating and gaining the freshman-fifteen, I knew it was time to do something different. I tried Crossfit one hot Saturday morning in June 2012 and threw up after the WOD. I knew I was incredibly out of shape and needed this intensity in my life. This is the only exercise program I have ever been able to stick to consistently, and I can truly say coming to the gym is the best part of my day every day.”


CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Gymnastics, CPR/AED Certified


Coach Meredith

Meredith started Crossfit in 2012 in New Jersey. With a background in swimming and yoga, there was no surprise that she quickly found a love for the variety and challenges of Crossfit.

The real surprise to her was the community of encouragement and friendship that came along with it. By acquiring her Level 1 certificate, she knew should be would able to better contribute to that community.

After moving to the Savannah area, she found that her new home at Crossfit High Tide was a perfect fit. High Tide’s welcoming and supportive community, as well as ‘back-to-basics’ approach to building muscle and confidence is the reason that she loves to coach.

“The answer is always squats.”





Coach Becky

CrossFit Level 1, CrossFit Level 2, CrossFit Mobility, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, Precision Nutrition Level 1, CPR/AED Certified 

Becky hails from the Lone Star State and discovered CrossFit in 2008.  By day, she is a nurse, but her main passion is fitness.  She spearheads the CrossFit High Tide nutrition program, Macros for Muscles, to help athletes achieve their goals through flexible dieting.

“CrossFit has completely changed me and my life! I am beyond thrilled to share this passion with the CrossFit High Tide family!”


CrossFit Level 1, CPR/AED CertifiedAdam

Adam was born and raised in Cheyenne, WY, but has lived all over this big, beautiful country of ours the past 14 years. Following an NAIA college baseball career, Adam decided to pursue a master’s degree in Sport Psychology, further developing his fascination with the mindset and mental approach behind exceptional performance. Adam currently works with the Army teaching Sport Psychology and Resilience skills to Soldiers and their families. This rewarding career brought Adam to Savannah from El Paso two and a half years ago, and very shortly after, through the doors of CFHT. Being a Crossfit athlete the past four years has given Adam a glimpse into the mindset of this awesome community, and he loves having the opportunity to watch it unfold from a coach’s perspective as well.


CrossFit Level One, CPR/AED CertifiedKaitlin

Kaitlin is a Savannah-area transplant from Columbus, Ohio.  Her athletic background includes years of gymnastics and competitive cheerleading.  Kaitlin’s continued interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle led her to CrossFit in 2016.  The high-intentisty workouts with an array of athletic elements appeal to Kaitlin’s philosophy of providing athletes a variety of challenging and invigorating routines.

“I love the sense of community CrossFit offers.  It is amazing to watch athletes at different levels from all different backgrounds come together to kill a workout.”

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  1. Whitney

    It was great talking with you today Matt and I look forward to the classes with Juli and yourself. You were very informative. And, I think it is wonderful that you can modify CrossFit for disabled vets! See you CFHT on opening day.


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