Quest Fitness is a gym that is truly unique. We tailor each workout to the individual characteristics of every client and know that everyone is different. Contact Us to see how we can become part of your quest for health and fitness!

Meet The Trainers


Ray Shonk

Owner / Master Trainer / Tai Chi Master Instructor

When I started my fitness journey, I carried a lot of extra body fat and really didn’t work out at all outside of martial art training. Because of this, I had poor heart health any my cholesterol and triglyceride numbers were out of control. I started working on at home fitness programs and despite my many obstacles with both nutrition and motivation, I got it under control. In this time I managed to drop weight and body fat. In time I changed my goals. I write all my own programs and started focusing on athletic training and calisthenics. Currently I’m the heaviest I have ever been but my body fat is in the low single digits. Once I got my own body under control I decided to help others by becoming a certified trainer opening my own gym Quest Fitness, and publishing my book “The Calisthenics Quest”. I managed to be the first NASM Master trainer and the first calisthenics coach in Michigan.


Fun Hobbies: Movies, reading, video games, cooking, painting, crazy calisthenics, martial art training, Beer brewing and wine making.


Certifications: BS Exercise Science, NASM Master Trainer, Certified Nutrition Coach, Performance Enhancement Specialist, Weight Loss Specialist, MMA Conditioning Specialist, Senior Fitness specialist, Progressive Calisthenics Instructor, American Tai Chi & Qigong Instructor, Cardiorespiratory Training for Sports Performance


Daniel Roskamp

Personal Trainer

When I started my fitness journey I was at a point in my life where I was experiencing low back pain and searching for answers became interested in functional movement.
I started to feel better after learning more about fitness and trying new movements.
Soon I realized that I want to help others and became a NASM certified Personal Trainer. After that I began my journey into learning about balance training and simple exercise that can help people avoid injuries, and improve performance. While studying balance training I started becoming interested in calisthenics. In 2018 I started working at Quest Fitness as a fitness coach and became certified in progressive calisthenics and corrective exercise.


Fun Hobbies: Biking, longboarding, making coffee and street workouts.


Certifications: National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Corrective Exercise Specialist, Progressive Calisthenics Instructor (PCC), Precision Nutrition level 1 (PN1), Nutrition Coach, American Council on Exercise (ACE), Orthopedic Exercise Specialist, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), Certified Personal Trainer, Diploma from National Personal Trainer Institute (NPTI)


Megan Russell

Personal Trainer

My fitness journey started when I was a child. I have been involved with sports as a child into my adult life. When I entered college, I played basketball during this time I learned olympic lifts and proper weight training form. During my off season I took on myself to make myself stronger and in better shape. This is the moment I knew being a Personal Trainer. My friends kept asking to come to the gym with me to work out, and I fell in love with instructing and helping make people stronger physically and mentally. This was when I chose to get my bachelors in Kinesiology: Exercise Science. After graduating from college, I found my passion in assisting in making women stronger and with developing athletes. I write my own programs and research new exercises or ways to improve skills.


Fun Hobbies: Working out, hiking, going to the beach, reading, binge watch tv, being with my friends, camping.


Certifications: NASM Personal Trainer, B.A in Kinesiology: Exercise Science