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Meet the wellness and group fitness program supervisor

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Mike Tryon joined the Summit team March of 2018 as the Wellness/Group Fitness Program Supervisor. Mike has his bachelor’s degree in Health Promotions and Master’s Degree in Sport and Fitness Management. He spent 4 years playing college football and enjoys being outdoors, especially being on the lake. In his previous work he spent 7 years as Community Health Director at Salish Kootenai College. During those years, he worked in areas of youth obesity, community health collaboration, and food security research. Mike is really passionate about preventative healthcare and helping others achieve their life goals. Mike is married to Katie Tryon and has 4 children.

Mike oversees the Corporate Wellness department. The Wellness program provides yearly biometric screenings, wellness coaching and health education to KRH employees, local Flathead Valley businesses and local schools in the area. The program’s goal is to create a culture of wellness, encourage self-care and to help participants through prevention and healthy lifestyle interventions. Mike also oversees the Group Fitness classes at the Summit. The Summit offers a variety of different Group Fitness classes totaling 80 a week and include Yoga, Zumba, Power Pump, Booty Barre, Stretch and Flex Classes, Dance, Pilates, Bootcamp, Cycling, Total Conditioning, Cardio Step, TRX, aquatic exercise to name a few.

One of Mike’s favorite quotes is “Great Things never come from Comfort Zones.”


Experience the Summit difference. 

The Summit Medical Fitness Center is more than just a health club. We are a family-friendly fitness and wellness facility for members of all ages and abilities. Our 114,000 square foot facility in Kalispell, Montana offers high-qualtiy programs, equipment and staff to help you realize your fitness and wellness goals.

We offer a wide range of specialty programs from kids to seniors including adult fitness programs, performance programs for athletes, senior programs, weight management and special populations programs.