Cam Feightner

  • B.S. Health & Exercise Science
  • CrossFit Level 2
  • CrossFit Kids Coach
  • USAW- Sports Performance Coach

Cam comes to us from Portland,Oregon. He arrived in Shreveport in 2004 to continue his baseball and academic career at Centenary College of Louisiana. In 2006, He earned his B.S. in Health and Exercise. More important, Cam also met his wife Carly, a former member of the women’s basketball team at Centenary.  Cam and Carly have three Future Firebreathers, that keeps them busy!


John LeeJohn_Row

  • B.S. Health & Exercise Science
  • CrossFit Level 2
  • CrossFit Basic Barbell Certification
  • Advance national coaching diploma, “C” License for coaching

John is a member of the great Shreveport Police Department.  He began training people in 2003 and has coached or trained people from all walks of life, from Olympic hopefuls to successful business men and women.  He originally began training because he wanted to help people live active and exciting lives.  “So many individuals sit at home glued to the TV and do not venture into the world because of a bad self image, or think they are happier doing nothing. I have found that CrossFit truly brings the best out of everyone and makes them better at life. It is hard work but the results are outstanding.”

Trey Touchstone


  • CrossFit Level 1
  • CrossFit Kettlebell Certification
  • CrossFit Endurance Certification
  • CrossFit Movement and Mobility Certification
  • Whole 9 Foundations of Nutrition Workshop
  • OPT-CCP Nutrition/Assessment/Program Design/Life Coach
  • SFG Kettlebell course

Trey opened Red River CrossFit with John and Cam because he is passionate about health and fitness & has found that CrossFit is the best method of achieving high levels of both. He was training for a marathon and thought he was in pretty good shape when he found CrossFit.  “My first two WODs were Fight Gone Bad and Filthy 50 – I don’t even think I finished them but they definitely made me reconsider my level of fitness.”  After the marathon, he took two weeks off and began following the CrossFit main-site and it’s been CrossFit ever since.  “I still run a half marathon or do a triathlon every year but I do very little actual training for those events.  CrossFit prepares me to take on any challenge with little specific preparation.  That’s what I love about it.”   To Trey, CrossFit is more than an exercise program.  It’s a culture based around a healthy, active and fulfilling lifestyle.

Jessica Pacheco

jess.rrcf@gmail.comcoach Jess

  • CrossFit Level 1
  • CrossFit Kids Coach

Jess comes from Phoenix, Arizona.  She played collegiate softball in New Mexico and moved to Shreveport in 2012 for work.  Jess found Red River CrossFit and started as an athlete with us.  “After college I was looking to stay fit and hopped from gym to gym looking for a place where I could learn and grow as an athlete as well as person, luckily I found Red River CrossFit.  My first CrossFit workout was “Murph,” and I was immediately hooked.  I love pushing the mental & physical boundaries that CrossFit provides.  CrossFit is a game changer you will be amazed at what you can accomplish.”

Jonnie Hutchninson

  • Bayou Athletic Barbell Club- Head Coach
  • CrossFit Level 1

Jonnie comes to us via LSUS Weightlifting, by way of Michigan. He grew up playing hockey for about 12 years, and has been involved with the sport of Weightlifting for nearly 5. Doing some strength training for hockey, an Olympic lifting coach took him aside and introduced Jonnie to the sport he’s been living ever since. This kid eats, sleeps and breaths this sport and we are excited for him to pass on his love for the Olympic lifts. In Michigan, Jonnie trained strictly on the Oly lifts at a CrossFit facility, but says “I probably would have gotten bored with the sport had it not been for the CrossFit family that was there with me every day, busting their asses.  My experience with CrossFit has been only positive and I’m pumped to work with everyone at RRCF and do WORK!” His passion for the lifts and his love for coaching will be a vital success in the development of our athletes.

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