Kevin Balcirak


Kevin’s college credentials include a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Arkansas, a Master’s Degree from the University of Louisiana in Education with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology, and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Gerontological Studies. His experience in the field of Health and Wellness has been extensive and includes a variety of different job experiences, lectures, certifications, and continuing education courses. After years in the work force, his dream of bridging the gap between personal training and physical therapy came true when he opened Body Structure in 1994. Body Structure has become a model licensed health facility that pioneered the bridge between physical therapy, medical health problems, and personal health.

The integrity that generates from this facility is the dream and passion that Kevin has always wanted to be surrounded by. His quest to build a team that focuses on the mission statement while holding the core values this company stands for is his commitment to the community. Each staff member is an example of what a quality education can produce in an individual. This is one of the main reasons why Body Structure Clinic is the number one preferred medical fitness facility by physicians in the area.

In order for Kevin to continue to advance this company and develop new opportunities, he must now live vicariously through his staff. His goal is to help his staff help you get on this ‘Wall of Success”! What makes his day and validates all the trials and trivia of building a business to serve is to hear that you are happy with your service, and would help share your experience in how we can help others. He always welcomes your input.

Dr. John Borders, MD, FACP
Medical Director


Dr. John Borders attended the University of Kentucky 1972-1975, and was accepted as an early entrant to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, graduating in 1979. After an internship and residency in internal medicine at Chandler Medical Center, he became Board Certified and was named a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. From 1982-1988 he practiced with Drs. Hench, Perrine, Fulmer and Borders, joining with his twin brother, James in 1988 to form Drs. Borders and Associates where he serves as President. He has named to the Administrative Board of Central Baptist Hospital and has also served as Staff President. He was named by his peers as one of the Best Doctors in America for 2011-2014.

“The high end commitment to fitness is the best predictor of quality aging. We surrender to the aging process without firing a shot far more than is forcefully taken. In that spirit I learned early on that partnering with the expertise available at Body Structure was the most ideal way to promote total wellness to my patients. I have been privileged to serve as Medical Director since 2009. We have formed a team of fine professionals who can guide any willing client toward optimal wellness. Wellness is not the opposite of sickness and never assumed-it must be pursued”.

Brandon Sidwell, BS
Director of Operations


I am a 1999 graduate of Campbellsville University where I earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology.

After being involved in sports at the collegiate level, I decided to pursue an education in Exercise Physiology. I started my career with Body Structure Medical Fitness in the spring of 1999. I worked as a Personal Trainer before moving into Public Relations. After many years of hard work, I became the Director of Operations.

I have enjoyed watching Body Structure Medical Fitness Facility grow and have been very fortunate to be a part of this successful journey. I continue to ensure that the establishment is consistent with the application of policies, practices, and systems that will provide the organization with competitive advantages over competitors in support with the organization’s growth plan. I strive to make Body Structure Medical Fitness the destination for employment within the Fitness and Rehabilitation industry and be successful in this role. Most of all, I strive to establish and maintain strong working relationships with all staff.

Josh Morton, BS, ACE
Personal Training Director


I grew up in Nicholasville, Kentucky where I attended West Jessamine High School. After graduation I continued my education at Campbellsville University in Kentcucky. At Campbellsville University I received the Exercise Sports Medicine Education award my senior year which is awarded to one member of the Science department each year. I also started all four years for the football team. After graduation I received the opportunity to go to Concord, North Carolina and play Arena Football for the Carolina Speed for 2 and a half years. I was then determined to find a job and I contacted Body Structure Medical Fitness Facility for a job opportunity. After a phone interview and a chance to meet with the directors in person, I moved back to Lexington, Kentucky where I was hired within a few weeks with the company.

I have been with Body Structure Medical Fitness Facility for almost 6 years. I started off as a person trainer and after years of experience and hard work, I got the opportunity to move up as the manger of the Lexington Tennis Club. My team finished the first year very strong accomplishing many expectations. I had the opportunity to step into the PFT Director position nearly a year later.

I enjoy training one on one with clients pushing them to their goals safely. Developing a trusting relationship with my clients to believe in me as well as in themselves has been a good trait of mine. I love working with people an seeing their lives change to where they never thought they could be. I also enjoy working with children and young athletes as well in a group setting.

Jarad Foglesong, BS, NSCA-CPT
Membership Director


BS at Georgetown College
Working on MS in Sports Leadership at University of Kentucky

I chose this field because fitness has always been a huge part of my life. I love to train and help people reach their goals. Improving someone’s life is a great feeling and when someone reaches their goals, it makes me feel proud to be a part of it.

I played football in college so I have a great sports background. I love working with athletes and their explosive abilities. Improving speed, agility, power and strength while incorporating full body exercises is what I am most passionate about. I am also very familiar with back problems (herniated/bulging discs). I went through some similar injuries so helping people adjust and get better is one of my

“Don’t count your workouts, make your workouts count”

Chip Kaylor, BA, CSCS
Training and Development Coordinator


BA in Exercise Science from University of Kentucky
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Over the last 10 years, I have found a niche working with the older adult population. I take great satisfaction in knowing that those I am working with will leave Body Structure more independent and self-sufficient.

I am a firm believer that there are a few reason to keep older adults from increasing their activity, and “too old” and “too frail” aren’t among them. In fact, when older people lose their ability to do things on their own, it doesn’t happen just because they have aged. More likely, it is because they have become inactive. Exercise is not the fountain of youth, but it is a good long drink of vitality.

“We can do nothing without the body, let us always take care that it is in the best condition to sustain us.”

“Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”
-John Wooden

Crystal Sidwell, BS
Office Manager


Bachelors of Science in Multi-Disciplinary Studies K-8

I graduated in 2004 from Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville Tennessee. I moved to Lexington Kentucky in 2005 and started working with Body Structure Medical Fitness. I initially took the position thinking that it would be a temporary job. After almost 7 years with Body Structure a job has turned into a career.

I have enjoyed my journey with this company and plan to continue teaching and applying technique that will both develop and educate the front office staff while maintain a professional office team that delivers excellent communication and customer service. I strive to provide the company with updated policy and procedures to help support the organizations growth plan within the fitness and
rehabilitation industry.

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