Our Mission

Our Mission at Roe Pro Fitness & Athletics isn’t just to equip our youth with the tools needed to make them the next “big thing” or “prodigy athlete," nor do we strive only to develop our adults to "cardio warriors” or “fat burning machines.” Ultimately, here at Roe Pro, we seek to train all of our clients from the inside-out by establishing within them the characteristics it takes to be successful, not only in sports or fitness but in life as a whole.








Coach Roe

Steth Monroe (Coach Roe), our Founder/C.E.O (Chief Executive Officer)and head coach, was a student-athlete at Campbell University who earned his Bachelor Degree in Science-Biology. Post graduation, he was blessed with the opportunity to continue his football career on a professional level playing for The Wyoming Cavalry, a professional indoor football team based in Casper, Wyoming. As this opportunity came to an end, Coach Roe decided to return to the community to give back where he was raised. He furthered his education by obtaining certifications as an Emergency Medical Technician, Fitness Trainer, specialist in Speed & Agility. Coach Roe’s Coaching/Training Career started with coaching the Cuthbertson 4th/5th grade Football Program. Coach Roe made his stamp in Mecklenburg County by working with the Ballantyne Gators, the FBU (Football University) South Charlotte 6th Grade National Championship Team, and with D1 Sports Training Facility. Over the years, Coach Roe formed a true passion for developing youth athletes within his community and has plans to take it publicly into the community, along with assisting individuals who want to better their overall health by offering Fitness Programs and Personal Training.


Coach Matt

Matt Russell, our C.O.O (Chief Operations Officer) and assistant head coach is a track phenom who specializes in speed training. Coach Matt’s track career started at Cuthbertson High School where he received All-Conference, All-Regional, and All-State accolades. Coach Matt primary race throughout his career was the 400 which his PR-Time was an outstanding 48.28. Although the 400 meter dash was his main event he ranged in events from the 100 to 800 meter dash where he dominated as well. He also was part of the Cuthbertson High School Football Program, during his Junior Year at The NC All-Purpose Combine he blazed the 40 yard dash with a 4.34. He also is known as an USATF Junior Olympian in the 4x400 and 4x800. In order for him and his relay teammates to achieve the title of Junior Olympians they had to beat out every relay team in the Region including the states of North/South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia. At the Junior Olympics his 4x400 relay team finished 9th in the nation. In his collegiate career he ran in the states of Maryland and Kansas. These days he spends his off time training and competing as an unattached athlete for the USA all while being a Certified Speed Coach and Fitness Trainer.