Active in CrossFit for the last seven years, and a participant in 24-hour Adventure Races, there is no doubt that competition runs through my veins. What has been interesting to me is developing goals and creating drivers to keep me motivated. In the last few years, competing at the Masters level, I have found that the discipline and mental aspects have become the prime drivers to success.
I’ve taken my unique business goal setting program into the CrossFit gym with me, and it has paid off. Outside of the gym, I have applied these same principles and have helped many athletes, and non-athletes, achieve their goals in many different aspects of their lives. I have helped people create goals to:
- lose weight
- run a half marathon
- quit smoking
- get a book published
- get a muscle up
- grow a thriving entrepreneurial business
What motivates me?
- helping people unlock their potential and prove that age is just a number
- the drive to push myself and discover what I am TRULY capable of
We all have baggage, and we all have excuses. I want to look back on my life and be able to say, “that was a life that was lived to the fullest in every way.” If this inspires you, then we should talk!
Achievements to date
- First Place 2017 UG Series BeachWod Masters 45+
- First Place 2017 UG Series BeachWod Masters 35+ Team
- 3 Wilderness Traverse 24-hour Adventure Races in Ontario
- 16th place 2016 CrossFit Open 50-54 Worldwide
- 28th Place in 2014 Crossfit Open 50-54 Worldwide
- 2014 Eager Beaver 100KM Mountain Bike Race Finisher
- 16th Place 2015 CrossFit Games
- 3rd Place 2014 Granite Games Masters Division 50+
- 1st place 2013 CompWod Mixed Team Pro Division
- 85th place in 2013 CrossFit Open
- 1st Place in 2012 UG Series Masters Division
Interviews and guest posts
Check out the latest press over in The Forge!
Athlete Profile, Reebok CrossFit Games 2016
Interview with Dawn Fletcher, Mentality WOD, November 2014
Young at Heart, March 2013
Adventure Racing Podcast, December 2012
CrossFit’s Massive Following Speaks for Itself, November 2011