CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
From a young age I have always been actively involved with sport notably athletics having participated for club and county in the 800m and 1500m. I transitioned into weight training/ gym work at university but soon found myself struggling to commit to a routine and enjoy my training. Once I graduated I had completely lost that spark for sport/fitness I once had.
Living on Gloucester Road I kept seeing people running up and down Merton Road and wondered what it was all about. Shortly after in 2014 I booked into the beginner’s class and the rest was history. It didn’t take long to find that spark again with Crossfit as there is so many different aspects and skills you can work on to make you a better athlete. The community element is what also keeps you coming back for more as there is never someone too far away to support you and motivate you when things get tough both inside and outside of the gym. I now find myself competing regularly in Crossfit competitions and in March 2016 completed my CrossFit Level 1. My passion of wanting to help others can really be channelled though coaching and I thrive on seeing people wanting to be the best version of themselves. Crossfit is a great platform to work on and develop your mental/physical fitness despite age, gender and ability with a training methodology that is constantly varied and can be scaled to suit all.