All through childhood I was active. I played soccer, lacrosse (briefly) and then started to focus on swimming through High School. College was another story and physical activity was only done when there was a sorority philanthropy where I was needed in tug-of-war or another similar activity.
Post-college, I decided that I needed to get “in shape” and started running. It was a slow start but finally I was able to complete my first (and only) half marathon. I then started going to Golds Gym where I started taking a Sports Conditioning class and also did some personal training, which got me in “shape”
In 2013, I then found Crossfit. I can’t tell you how much I hurt the first month through foundations, but the pain became an obsession. Soon enough, I started competing and my love for Crossfit grew stronger and I hasn’t stopped since.
Through all of this though, I am excited for the opportunity to coach the athletes at PCF. PCF has an amazing community and has become more of a family than a gym. I couldn’t think of a better place to push my self (and pushing others) to the point of puking every week!