FUN FACTS ABOUT ROB: He’s known to take a word out of your sentence and break out into song, whether he knows the words or not. He has his own hashtags…#putalittleenglishonit and #looklikerob. You’d have to see his abs to understand that last one, which is not a problem because half way through a wod, he’s “that guy” who can’t keep his shirt on.
In junior high and high school, I was on the baseball, football and wrestling teams. A few years after graduating high school, I played rugby for 10 years. Once my rugby career was done, I took up distance running, and since have competed in races ranging from 5k to marathon. I have an Associate of Applied Science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from Clark State Community College in 2011. From August 2007 through April 2014 I had the privilege of volunteering as an Assistant Coach for the University of Dayton Men’s Cross Country team: coaching two individuals to the DI Cross Country Nationals.
My exposure to CrossFit came in April 2013 at AKP CrossFit located in Dayton, Ohio. My brother suggested that I try Crossfit as an alternative to distance running. From there, I obtained my CrossFit L1 in July 2013 to become better educated on the CrossFit concepts. I keep doing CrossFit because I enjoy the lifestyle. Since joining Outcast CrossFit, I have the privilege of empowering individuals through structure and discipline and exercise and nutrition on a daily basis. I love that Outcast CrossFit is a passionate community of individuals who are committed and motivated to live lives with the end goal of establishing and maintaining their better self.
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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