My love for athletics started at a very young age. My experiences prepared me to play Basketball, Volleyball and Softball in high school and I took my softball career to the collegiate level. After college ended, I found it harder to stay in shape. I continued to stay active…joined gyms, did P90x and Insanity videos until I couldn’t bear to push play one more time. I was bored and for more than a year I did almost nothing. I drove past CrossFit Trenches on a daily basis for probably two years wondering what went on in there. Finally my husband bought me a membership for my birthday. Gee thanks, Honey (its like getting a butt kicking for a present). But…… I LOVED IT. Fun? Yes. Difficult? Yes. Hooked? You bet!
I’ve called myself an athlete all my life, but I soon realized my athleticism had limits. Over time, hard work and great coaching, I found myself increasing strength, mobility and being more confident when I walked in the door. I only WISH I could have had CrossFit in my life as a young athlete. Not only could I have been stronger physically, but mentally stronger as well.
I look forward to helping athletes achieve their goals. There is so much to work on for a CrossFit athlete. Boredom isn’t an option.