Q: How did you get involved in the fitness industry?
My journey began in college when I worked with a personal trainer to get myself in better shape for cheerleading at San Diego State. I knew instantly that I wanted to pursue a career in this field and immediately after graduation, I moved back home and started working at a local gym. My clientele grew quickly and I knew I wanted to grow in the field. I pursued numorous certifications and then moved to Tennessee where I recieved my Masters Degree in Sports Management while teaching physical education classes at the university in exchange for my tuition. While in Tennessee, I discovered CrossFit and fell in love with everything about it. CrossFit allowed me to be competitive in something again and that just lit a fire in my soul and I have never looked back. The main thing that I love about CrossFIt is that it celebrates strong women and has allowed me to appreciate my strength as a woman rather than be ashamed of or embarrassed by it. Since finding CrossFit, I now love my body and all that it is capable of!!! Oh, my CrossFit training also gave me the strength both physically and mentally to carry my triplets to 35 weeks without any health complications to myself or my babies. I truly believe that my strong body and mind is what made it possible.
Q: What are your favorite and least favorite movements?
Favorite: Pull-ups, Bar Muscle Ups and Thrusters
Least Favorite: Running – I actually like it, but I’m just not very good at it
Q: What is a Fun Fact about you?
I am a triplet mommy
Q: What is your Favorite Food:
Chocolate covered pretzels
What is your favorite hobby outside of CrossFit:
I really enjoy snowboarding and wakeboarding but don’t make the time to do it. My newest favorite hobby is being a mom and hanging out with my kids.
Q: If you could meet anyone and hang out with them for a day, who would it be?
Q: A Favorite Quote?
If my strength intimidates you, I hope you realize that’s a weakness of yours
Q: What Goals Do You Have For Yourself
My main goal right now is keeping my head above water while balancing my babies, family, my business, and enjoying life! Once I get a handle on all of that, I may think about competing in CrossFit again