Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
COO and Behavior Specialist
Jeanette Chavira is a passionate and a positive influence within the community bringing an extensive skillful knowledge of applied behavior analysis, behavior intervention techniques, management skills, and strategic planning to JUST LOVELY TRAINING, LLC. Jeanette Chavira is an advocate for children diagnosed with autism and has personally worked with over 200 children in the public and non-public special education system. Jeanette Chavira is seasoned in working directly with children and actively mentors parents, educators and professionals within the education system and community. Jeanette Chavira takes pride in touching and changing lives within the community.
Jeanette Chavira believes we all share “One Common Goal" and can work together as a team to accomplish it. Jeanette Chavira oversees staff members, manages the day-to-day operations of the business, and upholds JLT'S mission statement and policies. Jeanette coaches and mentors clients to empower them on their health and fitness journey.
13-year NFL Veteran Football Line Specialist
JUST LOVELY TRAINING, LLC has proudly hired Gregory John Kragen a former American football defensive lineman in the National Football League as Line Specialist.
Greg Kragen joins the JUST LOVELY TRAINING™ staff with an extensive NFL history which includes three Super Bowls and five championship games. He was selected for the Pro Bowl in 1989 and made the All-Madden team twice.
Greg Kragen attended a local bay area Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, California and then played college football at Utah State University.
Greg Kragen joins JUST LOVELY TRAINING ™ with an NFL career history of: Denver Broncos (1985–1993), Kansas City Chiefs (1994), Carolina Panthers (1995–1997), Career highlights and awards include, Pro Bowl (1989), All-Pro (1989, 1991, 1992). Career NFL Statistics: Sacks: 28.5, Games: 200 Interceptions: 1
Greg Kragen's NFL accomplishments include: 1989 – All- Conference Pro Football Weekly 1989 – All-Madden1989 – All-NFL Sports Illustrated 1989 - All-Conference 1991 - UPI – All-NFL Associated Press 1992 Al- Madden 1996 - NFLPA Unsung Hero Award 1997 1st Team All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference 1983
Greg Kragen played 13 seasons in the NFL. Greg Kragen began his coaching career in 2012 with the Oakland Raiders. He spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons with the Raiders as strength and conditioning assistant under the tutelage of Al Miller, a 23 year NFL strength coach and member of the inaugural USA Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame class. Greg Kragen currently coaches defensive line at Foothill College.
In just over 2 seasons in this position, Greg Kragen was able to use 13 years of mechanical techniques to enhance Foothill College’s Defensive Line at the Junior
College level by producing multiple award winning defensive linemen which include:
Leo Jackson - University of Colorado
Howard Houston-University of Louisiana Monroe
Tumua Masaniai - Fort Hays State
Darrien Hamberry -Humboldt State University
Fitness Trainer and Behavioral Specialist
Cleveland Wallace III
2016 NFL San Fransisco 49ers: The San Francisco 49ers announced claimed DB Cleveland Wallace III off waivers from the Houston Texans.
2016 NFL Houstan Texans: Wallace (5-11, 177) originally signed with the Texans as an undrafted free agent on May 5, 2016 and waived on August 3
2014-2015 SAN JOSE STATE: Played with the Spartans as Cornerback position. Cleveland Wallace transferred from the University of Washington. Cleveland Wallace was named All-Conference Honorable Mention and based on personal issues declared early to the NFL Draft.
- A Second-Team All-Mountain West selection
- Shared the Mountain West's top spot and finished tied for 19th nationally for passes defended at 1.25 per game
- Led the conference and tied for seventh among Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) players with 14 pass break-ups
- Most pass break-ups by a Spartan since Omarr Smith's 23 in 1997
- Had at least one pass break-up in 10 of the team's 12 games
- A season-high three pass break-ups at Auburn (9/6) to start a nine-game streak breaking up at least one pass in a game
- Also had two pass break-ups in the UNLV win (10/4) and against Hawai'i (11/15)
- Had his first San José State interception in the season-opening win over North Dakota (8/28)
- Recovered a fumble at Fresno State (11/8)
- Season-high six tackles in the regular-season finale at San Diego State (11/29)
- Had four tackles in the Wyoming overtime win including one on a third-down Cowboys' pass play that preceded the final play in the extra period
2012-2013 AT U. OF WASHINGTON:
- Played in nine regular season games in 2013 as a fifth defensive back and special teams player
- Credited with nine tackles for the season with a season-high three in the Oregon State win
- First major college pass interception came in the Idaho State victory
- Redshirted the 2012 season and was the recipient of the Brian Stapp Special Teams Scout Squad Most Valuable Player at the Huskies' annual post-season awards banquet
2008-2012 OAK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL:
- A football (Coach Jay Braun) and track and field letterwinner at San Jose's Oak Grove High
- A two-time CalHiSports.com all-state selection that played cornerback and wide receiver
- Rated as high as the #42 cornerback prospect nationally and the #84 overall prospect in California by rivals.com as a senior
- Credited with 12 interceptions and 130 total tackles in three seasons
- Rushed 134 times for 1,177 yards and 10 touchdowns and caught 75 passes for 1,389 yards and 17 TDs.
- Overall, he scored 32 touchdowns for Oak Grove High
- An all-state, Blossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL) Mount Hamilton Division Co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and the Division's Sophomore of the Year in 2009
- Concluded his career playing in the 2011 Cal State All-Star Game in Visalia, Calif.
- Was a sprinter and a jumper in track and field