I grew up with my parents always telling me, "Do what makes you happy, and learn from your mistakes." I started Crossfit in 2016 because I was bored with my routine at the gym and didn't enjoy lifting weights and then running on the treadmill for 20 minutes. I signed up for elements and knew I was hooked after the first class. I loved the community, the atmosphere, and the unknowing of what workout was coming my way the next day. I got my Level 1 Coach's Certification, followed by my Kids Certification so that I could start the kids program at my previous box.
One thing led to another and I moved to Plymouth, and soon became a part of the team here at CrossFit1620. Nothing makes me happier than finding the proper scale for someone, seeing an athlete hit a new PR, or getting a member to accomplish something they never thought possible. Being a coach is more than just breaking down the movements, its about being a friend, listening to the members, and building the community to be what it is.