I started CrossFit in 2013 after a health scare caused me to relook at my life and pay a little more attention to my health, fitness, and well-being. In the midst of making living a priority, a friend introduced me to CrossFit, and after the one free class, I was hooked. Having a history of athletics my entire life, including playing college football, the intensity, personal challenge, camaraderie and growth were things that I had been missing and found within the CrossFit community.
After about a year and a half of CrossFitting, a move forced me to change boxes, and I found Tribe and made a home here. Shortly after that, I saw an opportunity to turn my knowledge, passion, and desire to help others with their own success story, into a coaching position with Tribe.
Why Tribe for me comes down to Home, Ohana, and Love. For me, Tribe is a place of safety, of belonging, of acceptance, and of journey.
Tribe is a place where I can live by my own personal intent in this life. A place where I get to interact, teach, learn, and grow with compassion and love. It’s a place where I get to share my knowledge and personal journey to help others—as others have helped me—to realize a better version of myself every day, with every interaction, every opportunity to make someone else’s life better, more fulfilling, and assist them in their pursuit of individual and community fulfillment.
Tribe is Home. Tribe is Family—Ohana. Tribe is active Love.
- Waxman Certified
- USAW Level 2
- CF-Level 1