Meet the Trainers

Daryl and Josh

Daryl Kucera

Daryl is Owner and Founder of Fast Forward LLC, MSforward, and Powerforward.  Daryl has a B.S. in Fitness Science with an emphasis on Medical Fitness and Specialization.  He is currently working on his Masters Degree in the same area of study.  He’s a Certified Personal Trainer and Youth Sports Conditioning Coach by the International Fitness Professionals Association.  Daryl was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2001. He can personally attest to the need for physical fitness to combat the potentially damaging effects of the condition, but also the benefits of exercise for those with chronic illnesses.

Daryl was the recipient of the 2004 Advocate of the Year, presented by the Multiple Sclerosis Society.  Daryl was also the recipient of the 2010 Trainer of the Year, presented by the PFP (Personal Fitness Professionals and PowerSystems).

Josh Kucera

Josh graduated in 2011 from Iowa Western College with a degree in Wellness and Fitness and is certified through the ISSA.  Josh was the Champion in the 2010 UPA (United Power Lifting Association) Iowa & Midwest Powerlifting Championship competition held in Dubuque, Iowa.  Josh has organized, trained and instructed conditioning programs for over 1000 youth teams and individuals, as well as, wellness programs for adults, and adults diagnosed with MS for the past 5 years.

Haile Kucera

Haile  has a year of personal training experience, with continuing education in the nutritional market.  She provides total body wellness through fitness, nutrition, and supplement coaching.

Kyle Hall

Kyle – As the Telehealth Program Coordinator at Nebraska Medicine, Kyle works with urban and rural organizations in the region to implement telehealth programs that increase access to care by using technology to deliver services to between sites. This improves patient outcomes while reducing costs to both patients and healthcare organizations.

Barb LeMoine 

Barb has a BSE degree in Physical Education & Health from University of Kansas and an Associates degree in Computer Programming from Tulsa Community College. Barb was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is 1996.  She began exercising at MSforward in 2006 and volunteering in December 2012.