Age : 1.5
Role : Outcast CrossFit Mascot
Favorite toy : Tennis ball
Favorite thing to do : Play fetch
Favorite food : Pupaccino from Dutch Bros.
Hates : Blow dryers
Groomer : Petsmart

FUN FACT ABOUT FRAN: If you are on the ground stretching or rolling out, Fran is known to drop her slobbery favorite toy on your head or stomach to remind you that you have not met your quota playing time with her. And she is the slowest eater on the face of the earth, so bringing her treats won’t get you anywhere with her…JUST THROW THE DANG BALL ALREADY!!!!!

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Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas

FUN FACTS ABOUT JEFF: Jeff is a “Jack of all Trades”, and Ninja is one of them. He has eyes in the back of his head, so it is impossible to sneak up on him. And he can, and will catch your bad form from across the room. Jeff grew up all over the country as a “Military Brat” and is a “Jack of all Trades”. When he got older, he served 20 years in the Military and then over 20 years in law enforcement. It's safe to say, that when Jeff's around, we're all safe. In 2008, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer and several other serious medical conditions. After treatment, he began searching and trying training/nutrition programs in order to alleviate the medical conditions that confronted him; that is when he found CrossFit. The variety and challenging nature of the many movements had a strong appeal to him, as did the Paleo eating. After doing his research, he decided that CrossFit, combined with Paleo eating would be the best way to go. And boy was he right! After one year, he had the best cancer checkups ever and if you ask him today, he will tell you that retirement, CrossFit, Paleo eating and the tight knit community at Outcast CrossFit are the keys to his improved health and he is confident he will be cancer free in the very near future. Today, Jeff is a CrossFit Level 1 Coach at Outcast who teaches the Foundations Class, making sure you are equipped to do the WODs with confidence.
FUN FACTS ABOUT SHANNON: Although Shannon seems conservative, underneath all of that quiet and sweet is an encyclopedia of information. We are certain that you can take whatever she says to the bank and cash in on her wealth of knowledge. I am a mom of two and a teacher in the School District and I guess it’s appropriate to say I stumbled into CrossFit. Prior to my 40th birthday, I was floundering with my fitness. My son had a free trial at a local box, so we headed over to see what the CrossFit was about. I watched for about 15 minutes before I called my friend Mari and talked her into signing up with me. It was love at first sight. Once I found Outcast CrossFit, I quickly increased my training from twice a week to 5 times. I began setting goals and challenging myself and learned everything I could from every coach in the gym. It had been 25 years since I quit gymnastics, so I was thrilled to be an athlete again. Competitions, however, were not in my sights, so I hesitated when a team asked me to do the 2013 Vegas Fit Wars. It would only be a few short months before I was the one recruiting people to compete with me. From there, I completed the CF Level 1 course in 2014 to gain more knowledge about Crossfit; however, I have found that coaching has its own set of rewards. The other coaches at Outcast CrossFit are truly outstanding humans who are really fun to learn from and work with. Besides, helping people reach their goals just feels good. And I love these people.
FUN FACTS ABOUT KELLY B: If she had it her way, we'd be wodding to Fleetwood Mac forever. Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate and chocolate is her cheat food of preference and one of her main goals is to stay married longer than Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Kelly B is from a small town north of Pittsburgh, PA where she figure skated competitively throughout elementary and high school. She discovered Crossfit when she moved to Las Vegas in 2004 and has been the epitome of hard work and consistency. In 2015, she decided to take some time off to have a baby and was seriously contemplating quitting Crossfit after her baby was born. It was very hard to come back; as she dealt with being embarrassed, hurting, and frustrated. But we're really glad she did, for so many reasons. She's a full­time student with MS in Exercise Physiology, part­time professor, part­time Crossfit coach, and a full­time mom, who really understands how hard it is to be busy and stressed and stretched too thin. But making time for Crossfit makes everything else more tolerable, balanced, and enjoyable. Outcast Crossfit is a laid back, supportive atmosphere and all our coaches and members perpetuate that feeling. I know everyone I come in contact with at the gym is going to be kind, motivated, and happy to be there­­ that's awesome when you're coaching and when you're working out.