This is a great shot taken by my buddy Adam. What I love about it is that it not only shows a coach with two of his top athlete’s, but it also shows three best friends and family members. I am honored everyday that my brother Daniel calls me his coach. Especially because I feel like I learn as much from him as he does from me. Also, to be honest he really is my coach as well. No matter what the wod is or how tired he finds himself from competing he will always find a way to cheer and coach me through my wods. In addition, I have been and always will be his biggest fan. I love watching him succeed in all aspects of his life. I have been blessed to coach him not only in CrossFit but also in football when he was in college. His phenomenal athletic exploits have taken me all over the nation and even to different parts of the world. We have had quite the journey together and I know that we are only just getting started.
Katie is not only an amazing athlete but she is also a special person. Add in the fact that her and Dan have been an item now for a year and a half I definitely feel like she is part of the family. My son adores her and loves to make her laugh. She is more than just Uncles Daniel’s girlfriend to him but someone that he loves and admires very much. Katie has an amazing work ethic and passion for helping people to be better in every aspect of their life. Coaching CrossFit for her is really just a vehicle for her to reach out to as many people as she can. I really do enjoy all the time I spend with her, even when she begins texting me at 6:00 in the morning, haha. There are many people out there who can take an athlete like Katie and make her better. All the more reason to be honored that she calls me her coach.
Yes, these two are two time So Cal Regional Competitors but they are also great coach’s, people, and role models. That is what CrossFit is all about and what they represent here at Precision CrossFit. Fitness-Strength- Community
350 M. Row (Easy)
350 M. Row (Mod.)
350 M. Row (Mod.)
350 M. Row (Sprint)
7 Min. of Handstand Walking
KB Snatch (70/53) (53/44) (44/35) (35/26)
Box Jump (24/20)