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CHAD HUNT

FOUNDER, OWNER & COACH

+ CrossFit Level 2 Trainer

+ CrossFit Mobility Trainer

+ CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer

+ CrossFit Olympic Weightlifting Trainer

CREDENTIALS

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


CrossFit has created a community for me that extends far beyond the confines of the gym. It is much more than just a physical fitness program. If it only provided fitness then I would be just as happy working out by myself, but that is not the case. Over the years the people I have met have become close to me and many like my extended family.




What does being a coach mean to you?


Being a coach means I am invested in the health and wellness of not only myself but everyone within the gym and my community. Success is not always a feat of physical strength or physical changes, nor is it only measured in emotional or mental victories or development. My hope as a coach is to others to achieve both of these types of growth and development and to be there if anybody needs me. I take it upon myself to stay passionate about coaching and the community I am a part of. If I ever find myself unwilling or reluctant to learn and develop as a coach and a member of my community then I will know that I am no longer providing the service, effort and sincerity that is required to help people build their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life does not have to be a linear journey. There are moments of up and down, but I am able to realize and reflect on the fact I am moving in the right direction. Life will not always be perfect and it takes sincere effort to make changes, but it is worth it for myself as well as all the people I am connected with to strive to build my best life. I have plenty of flaws and deficiencies as a person and an athlete, but I hope to act in a way which can elicit "positive" changes for myself and others. I have come a long way, and that allows for plenty of hope that I have a long way left to go. At the end of the day it is what it sounds like, it is building towards something consistently with the help of the right people.





SCOTT WALKER

OWNER & COACH

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


The relationships that have developed as a result of CrossFit has been an added bonus to living a healthier life. The community of people we have is second to none.




What does being a coach mean to you?


To me a coach is person who you trust with your best interest in mind. Being a coach is an incredible responsibility knowing that every class the athletes are putting their trust in you to help them live their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life incorporates your physical health, mental health and building healthy relationships. Conversations in the gym tend to cover one of those three aspects of life.





+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

+ CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer

+ Outlaw Strength & Conditioning Camp

CREDENTIALS

CRISTEN WALKER

OWNER & COACH

+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

+ CrossFit Gymnastics Trainer

+ CrossFit Kids Certification

+ Registered Pharmacist

CREDENTIALS

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


I have spent my career dispensing medications to people that, in many cases, have not put their own health and wellness first. It can be frustrating to be on this side of what I call "sick care". I don't want to see you in my pharmacy. I want to see you at the gym. I belive that our current healthcare system is broken. If we don't redefine what healthcare looks like and find a way to keep people WELL rather than just treating people who are SICK we will never see a change. I used to simply be frustrated by this problem -- now I see a very elegant solution through CrossFit. I want the story of my life to be that I help people eliminate medications from their lives rather than always just dispensing more and more to them.




What does being a coach mean to you?


I get to help people love and accept themselves no matter where they are on their journey. I get to teach people to move well, so they can keep doing the things they love outside of the gym even as they enter retirement and beyond. I get to hear about their kids, their grandkids, their friends, and their jobs. I get to hug them on the happiest of days and hug them on their worst days. Being a Coach means leading by example. I take my own health very seriously. I will never ask my athletes to do something I haven't committed to myself.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


I love talking to people about nutrition. As a Pharmacist, I spent years learning how the body works and how we can use medications to treat illness. I wish more people viewed FOOD as MEDICINE. Let's be honest...we eat food every single day. Why aren't we more concerned about the side effects of the food we are eating? According to CrossFit, Nutrition is the base of the pyramid. THE BASE. If someone told me that for the rest of my life I could either 1. Eat healthy OR 2. Exercise but not both... I would, HANDS DOWN, choose good nutrition. This is an area I hope to grow at Torsion in the future.





KIM LABORA

COACH, GENERAL MANAGER,
DIRECTOR OF FUNDAMENTALS &

COACH DEVELOPMENT

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


CrossFit has created a community for me that extends far beyond the confines of the gym. It is much more than just a physical fitness program. If it only provided fitness then I would be just as happy working out by myself, but that is not the case. Over the years the people I have met have become close to me and many like my extended family.




What does being a coach mean to you?


Being a coach means I am invested in the health and wellness of not only myself but everyone within the gym and my community. Success is not always a feat of physical strength or physical changes, nor is it only measured in emotional or mental victories or development. My hope as a coach is to others to achieve both of these types of growth and development and to be there if anybody needs me. I take it upon myself to stay passionate about coaching and the community I am a part of. If I ever find myself unwilling or reluctant to learn and develop as a coach and a member of my community then I will know that I am no longer providing the service, effort and sincerity that is required to help people build their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life does not have to be a linear journey. There are moments of up and down, but I am able to realize and reflect on the fact I am moving in the right direction. Life will not always be perfect and it takes sincere effort to make changes, but it is worth it for myself as well as all the people I am connected with to strive to build my best life. I have plenty of flaws and deficiencies as a person and an athlete, but I hope to act in a way which can elicit "positive" changes for myself and others. I have come a long way, and that allows for plenty of hope that I have a long way left to go. At the end of the day it is what it sounds like, it is building towards something consistently with the help of the right people.





+ CrossFit Level 2 Trainer

+ CrossFit Adaptive Training Certification

+ USA Weightlifting Level 2 Coach

CREDENTIALS

CRAIG BLACK

COACH

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


The relationships that have developed as a result of CrossFit has been an added bonus to living a healthier life. The community of people we have is second to none.




What does being a coach mean to you?


To me a coach is person who you trust with your best interest in mind. Being a coach is an incredible responsibility knowing that every class the athletes are putting their trust in you to help them live their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life incorporates your physical health, mental health and building healthy relationships. Conversations in the gym tend to cover one of those three aspects of life.





+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

CREDENTIALS

EVAN PALMER

COACH

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


CrossFit has created a community for me that extends far beyond the confines of the gym. It is much more than just a physical fitness program. If it only provided fitness then I would be just as happy working out by myself, but that is not the case. Over the years the people I have met have become close to me and many like my extended family.




What does being a coach mean to you?


Being a coach means I am invested in the health and wellness of not only myself but everyone within the gym and my community. Success is not always a feat of physical strength or physical changes, nor is it only measured in emotional or mental victories or development. My hope as a coach is to others to achieve both of these types of growth and development and to be there if anybody needs me. I take it upon myself to stay passionate about coaching and the community I am a part of. If I ever find myself unwilling or reluctant to learn and develop as a coach and a member of my community then I will know that I am no longer providing the service, effort and sincerity that is required to help people build their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life does not have to be a linear journey. There are moments of up and down, but I am able to realize and reflect on the fact I am moving in the right direction. Life will not always be perfect and it takes sincere effort to make changes, but it is worth it for myself as well as all the people I am connected with to strive to build my best life. I have plenty of flaws and deficiencies as a person and an athlete, but I hope to act in a way which can elicit "positive" changes for myself and others. I have come a long way, and that allows for plenty of hope that I have a long way left to go. At the end of the day it is what it sounds like, it is building towards something consistently with the help of the right people.





+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

CREDENTIALS

Heath Yoakam

COACH

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


CrossFit has created a community for me that extends far beyond the confines of the gym. It is much more than just a physical fitness program. If it only provided fitness then I would be just as happy working out by myself, but that is not the case. Over the years the people I have met have become close to me and many like my extended family.




What does being a coach mean to you?


Being a coach means I am invested in the health and wellness of not only myself but everyone within the gym and my community. Success is not always a feat of physical strength or physical changes, nor is it only measured in emotional or mental victories or development. My hope as a coach is to others to achieve both of these types of growth and development and to be there if anybody needs me. I take it upon myself to stay passionate about coaching and the community I am a part of. If I ever find myself unwilling or reluctant to learn and develop as a coach and a member of my community then I will know that I am no longer providing the service, effort and sincerity that is required to help people build their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life does not have to be a linear journey. There are moments of up and down, but I am able to realize and reflect on the fact I am moving in the right direction. Life will not always be perfect and it takes sincere effort to make changes, but it is worth it for myself as well as all the people I am connected with to strive to build my best life. I have plenty of flaws and deficiencies as a person and an athlete, but I hope to act in a way which can elicit "positive" changes for myself and others. I have come a long way, and that allows for plenty of hope that I have a long way left to go. At the end of the day it is what it sounds like, it is building towards something consistently with the help of the right people.





+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

CREDENTIALS

Robert Fields

COACH

+ CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

+ RN-BSN

+ BLS

+ ACLS

CREDENTIALS

What is the biggest impact CrossFit has had on the story of your life?


The relationships that have developed as a result of CrossFit has been an added bonus to living a healthier life. The community of people we have is second to none.




What does being a coach mean to you?


To me a coach is person who you trust with your best interest in mind. Being a coach is an incredible responsibility knowing that every class the athletes are putting their trust in you to help them live their best lives.




What is the aspect of building your best life that you most enjoy talking to people about?


Building your best life incorporates your physical health, mental health and building healthy relationships. Conversations in the gym tend to cover one of those three aspects of life.





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