I started CrossFit as a means to supplement my amateur boxing career. One short year later my life became a supplement to my CrossFit. I quit my job; took out a loan and opened District CrossFit in 2010. I’ve worked hard at everything I’ve done in my life (from elite college rowing to the New York State Golden Gloves championship) but I’ve never worked harder than I have with CrossFit as a lifestyle and a sport. Consequently, I’ve never been more fulfilled in my life.
From the people I’ve met to the lives I’ve had a chance to change for the better CrossFit has been the most important aspect of my life.
I gave it two weeks of dedication and it quickly turned into a life of satisfaction. I love helping people accomplish things they never thought possible, with just a little informed coaching and a lot of hard work. In just a few years, it’s been a pleasure to help so many people and accomplish some lofty personal and professional goals. I look forward to meeting new coaching challenges and helping athletes of all kinds (from “desk” athletes to professional ones) better themselves.