What’s your favorite workout?
I especially love climbing ropes, jumping ropes, and pull-ups. When I first started CrossFit, I never imagined that I would be able to do some of these movements.
When you’re not CrossFit-ting, you’re…
I am dreaming about where I want to travel next. I waited until I was in my twenties to start filling up my passport.
Advice for someone starting or wanting to start CrossFit
Part 1: This may fall into the unsolicited advice category but it’s really important to be patient with the movements. Use all of your senses to gather in the information you need to execute movements cleanly. Think “delayed gratification.” For instance, nurture your air squat.
Part 2: Welcome to the Competitive Cauldron. I am a gym rat. I spent my childhood playing sports and keeping score. I had to learn how to channel my competitiveness and not worry about what other athletes put on the board. For me, CrossFit has been a lesson in object mastery. Take pride in the progress that you make. Winning (at anything) is the by-product of doing the little things right.
Part 3: This kind of goes along with part 1 and 2 but here goes: Check your ego at the door. CrossFit can be a humbling experience.
Certifications, Experience, Honors
- CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
- CrossFit Level 2 Trainer
- CrossFit Mobility
- CrossFit Endurance Certified Trainer
- Crossfit Weightlifting Certified Trainer
- US Youth Soccer National Level Coaching License
- Virginia State Team Coach, Girls’ Soccer
- 3 Time NCAA Soccer Champion, University of North Carolina
- Christopher Newport University, Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
- T.C. Williams High School, Head Coach, Women’s Soccer
- Successfully completed over a dozen marathons and ultramarathons