It’s interesting to look back and see the path that brings you to certain points in your life. When I got my MBA, I was catapulted into corporate America where I worked for about ten years. When I had the opportunity to coach at and then own CrossFit Magnolia, I was grateful and excited for the opportunity to work in an industry that was my passion helping people with their goals and being part of a gym community that supports and lifts its members in and out of the gym.
I have been a fitness enthusiast all of my life. I competed in many sports such as gymnastics, swimming and soccer and then as an adult tried all sorts of gyms and fitness programs. I love that CrossFit is challenging both physically and mentally… something I haven’t found in any other fitness endeavor.
The Magnolia Crossfit community is really an extension of my own family, and family is something that is very important to me. My wife Jen and I have five kids and I especially love coaching the kids and young adults and I am grateful to witness how CrossFit empowers, inspires and motivated individuals.