Coaches

nick

Nick
-Co-owner
-Transported from: Haddon Heights, New Jersey; Resides in: Suisun City, California
-CrossFit Level 1 Certified
-USAW Level 1 & 2 Certified
-USAW American Development Model Certified
-USAW Local Weightlifting Referee Certified
-3x Outlaw Way Barbell Camp Attendee
-Attitude National Level 1 Certified
-2015 American Open Qualifier, 77kg and 85kg weight class
-118kg Snatch, 142kg Clean and Jerk, 260kg total – in training
-1st Place, 77kg weight class, Napa Valley USA Weightlifting Competition, 2014
-1st Place, 77kg weight class, Napa Valley USA Weightlifting Competition, 2015
-3rd Place, 77kg weight class, Hassle Free Barbell Club Spring Breaker, 2015
-1st Place, 85kg weight class, Max’s Open, 2016
-2nd Place, 85kg weight class, CTS USA Weightlifting Competition, 2016
-Lifetime athlete; 4-time varsity wrestler, varsity football player (state record team)
-Served 10+ years of honorable service in US Air Force as a Flight Engineer on air to air refueling KC-10s, prior maintenance for B-1 Bombers
-Full time student, currently taking undergraduate classes for Kinesiology, with plans to pursue his Doctorate of Physical Therapy
-Avid Metal Head who can be seen head banging and shredding his imaginary axe mid-WOD during heavy metal breakdowns

 

britt

Brittany
-Co-owner
-Transported from Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Resides in Suisun City, California
-CrossFit Level 1 Certified
-2x Outlaw Way Barbell Camp Attendee
-Attitude National Level 1 Certified
-3rd Place, 63kg weight class, Napa Valley USA Weightlifting Competition, 2015
-1st Place, 63kg Weight class, CTS USA Weightlifting Competition, 2016
-3rd Place, 63kg weight class, Max’s Open
-Registered Nurse
-Board Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)
-CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ALCS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certified
-Deployed to Bagram, Afghanistan as a member of the hospital’s trauma team
-Lifetime athlete and runner; Varsity 1-2 runner for Cross County and Track & Field
-Has racked up too many miles to count running marathons, half marathons, and all the “fun runs” that are below 13.1 miles

 

 

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