Meet our world class staff
Luke Sanders is a lifelong Nashville native with a penchant for fighting. He started his athletic endeavors as BMX rider. But this fighter wasn’t meant to balance on two wheels. Luke entered his first official bout as a 17-year-old. The gritty Montgomery High Schooler with a big smile lied about his age so he could compete against adults. He won.
The victory was the first on what would be a long road to success. Luke worked odd jobs – as a plumber, as a bouncer, as a top AT&T regional salesman – while pursuing his passion. His hard work eventually paid off (and if you know Luke, you know he is the hardest worker around). Luke went 11-0 traveling the United States fighting in televised MMA bouts.
In 2016, he signed on with the world’s largest and most elite fighting organization: The UFC. Luke still fights today (he’s 2-3 in the UFC and constantly training for his next fight). Luke prides himself in staying connected to his hometown, which he gives much credit to for his current success. He is focused on creating a community where people can grow and accomplish their goals.
When Luke isn’t in the ring or training, you can find him in East Nashville hanging out with his daughter, Riley, and his pup, Bux.
Hiep Tran is the general manager of Main St. Fitness. He brings a lifelong commitment to fitness and an unbelievable work ethic. Originally from San Francisco, Hiep was the first American born in his family. He grew up one of five kids and was an avid high school basketball player. He later developed an interest in strength and conditioning and has since dabbled in the fitness industry.
Hiep also has worked in the food and beverage industry for many years and – despite the long and sometimes late hours – has made being active a priority (his son, Tanner is a wrestler and his other children all practice jiu-jitsu).
Hiep loves the feeling of completing something he never thought he could do and hopes to bring that same dedication and passion to the clients of Main St. Fitness.
Curtis Steele is an Franklin Native who has set his roots in Nashville. He was raised in a home with his brother and father whom helped mold him into the man he is today. After graduating from Centennial High School he pursued an education at NWCC (Northwest Community College) in Senatobia, M.S. where he later earned an athletic scholarship to the University of Memphis. While at the U of M, he became one of the schools all time leading rushers. After graduation, Curtis signed as an undrafted free agent with the Baltimore Ravens for a year and a half. After being sidelined for an injury, Curtis decided to try the C.F.L (Canadian football league). He participated in four seasons. Three with the Toronto Argonauts, and one with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Since Moving on from football, Curtis can be found at one of your local High Schools, mentoring and coaching football. In his spare time, he loves spending time with his wife Jennifer and son, Malachi. Curtis is passionate about working out, spreading love, and pushing other's limits to be GREAT!
Cheyenne Pitts is the single mother of a 3 year old little boy and I have a very packed schedule every week. I totally understand being busy and having limited time! Main Street Fitness Nashville is perfect for anyone regardless of their schedule or goals. I would love to help you accomplish your fitness goals and show you that you don’t even need an hour to have an amazing and effective workout.
Beretty Bravo has always admired people who put in the work to have the best abs, the best booty, the best body. After wishing for years to have the perfect body, she decided to go for it. Her nutrition and her workouts were off. Depression and anxiety were her excuses. She hired an online coach who taught her about diet, something that she had always struggled with. She was determined to make the changes, after eight weeks, decided to find a local coach, someone who could take her to the NPC stage, and now she is on her way to nationals and get that IFBB pro card. Beretty is a NASM- Certified Personal Trainer and an IIN Health Coach (Institute of Integrated Nutrition).
Ashley Burns was born and raised in Nashville. She is a longtime practitioner and fighter in Muay Thai, certified level 1 thru USA Boxing, and S&C coach. She loves taking athletes and fitness lovers alike to their peak physical condition.
Michael Cribb is a Nashville native and an up-and-coming MMA fighter, sporting a 2-0 amateur record. He loves fitness and pushing the limits of the human body with hard work using a variety of techniques and tools including kettlebells, the mace, club gymnastic, and Olympic movements. His goal is to use functional movement to improve the overall human experience.