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Trainer Spotlight: Dylan Topham

By January 26, 2022No Comments2 min read

Tell me how you first got involved with Power Hour 360?

“I got involved in Power Hour 360 after a long time of knowing the Owners, working on various tasks alongside them throughout the community. They asked me if I would like to be a part of the team.”


What has surprised you most about teaching at Power Hour 360?

We’re all one big family working and running a business. So it’s fun to work on things together.”

What might someone be surprised to know about you?

“I am an identical twin”

Tell me about something or someone who has influenced your passion for fitness and personal training?

“Serving in the Navy and being a part of various programs and groups has really influenced me in my passion for fitness and personal training. Amongst a group of competitive friends that has driven me to the place I am at today.”

FINAL QUESTION: What would you tell someone thinking about joining Power Hour 360?

To Potential Trainers:

  • This is a small family owned business. They provide full benefits and a stable environment to work in. The owners and operators are “just” people, this mentality allows for quite the amount of flexibility and convenience to completing any task, whether at work or home.

To Potential Members:

  • There’s no “I” in Team, but there is a “ME”. Whether you already have a family or in the process of creating your own, that’s your team. If you want your team to succeed, it starts by taking care of yourself.


My name is Dylan Topham. I am 27 years old. At a young age I was involved in sports from soccer, to football, surfing, and dirt biking that started my path into fitness. The catalyst however, was my time spent in the Navy. I had a great opportunity to do things most ordinary people would not have been able to do. Meeting and joining a community that was and is at the pinnacle of fitness. I further surrounded myself with people who have always challenged me.

I have spent my time in Washington from skiing as much as possible, to learning how to skydive, climb, and finally obtaining my commercial diving license.

Physical fitness has always been a tool in my life. The Navy demanded it and sharpened it. I now use that same tool to stay healthy and allow access to a wide variety of challenging activities. I am here to share that same benefit with others.