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Brief personal history and journey towards beginning your CrossFit journey:
I was a gymnast for about 11 years. After that it was hard to find a sport that challenged me as much as gymnastics did. I tried a lot of different sports, but none seemed to have the same effect
What brought you to CrossFit Oshkosh?
In high school, I started lifting, and realized I loved it. After that, I got a gym membership with my mom and lifted with her for about a year. Then she mentioned CrossFit to me so I looked it up and thought I would give it a try. I was happy to find out that there was one not too far from campus. Once I tried it, I fell in love with it!
Your first impression of CrossFit Oshkosh?
My first PT class (coached by Austin) was amazing. He seemed to have a lot of confidence in me and sounded just as excited as I was when talking about committing to CrossFit. My first regular class was even better. Everyone was so encouraging and very welcoming. I immediately felt at home, so I was very excited to officially commit to doing CrossFit.
What has been your biggest hurdle since starting?
Pushing myself during workouts that are heavy in cardio. I can push through lifts, gymnastics skills, and other parts of the WOD (Workout of the Day), but when it comes to cardio, I feel like I am not pushing as hard as I should/could be.
What is your favorite aspect of CrossFit?
I love that there is a constant challenge to doing CrossFit. There’s always a new lift, skill, or score to beat, and it encourages me to keep going.
What are your current goals in CrossFit?
I just want to live a healthier lifestyle overall. As a college student, it can be hard to maintain a healthy routine, but CrossFit motivates me to try my best! It’s hard to do a WOD when all you’ve been eating is junk.
What is something we don’t know about you?
I was a pole-vaulter in high school until I messed up my ankle.