A Little About Me
Vancouver born and raised, I am a Competitive Weightlifter and CrossFit athlete as well as a Coach and Personal Trainer. I believe the only limits that exist are those that we impose upon ourselves and we can achieve pretty much anything we put our minds too, so long as we are willing to work for it.
CrossFit & Olympic Weightlifting
Recent Blog Posts
Opening clean and jerk (81kg) at Ogopogo. Also the only clean and jerk I made, and one of only two successful lifts (I failed all but one of my snatches). Needless to say, it wasn’t my best competition to date. Technically speaking I didn’t do that poorly; I didn’t bomb and the numbers actually aren’t[…]
Over the years there have been a handful of failed drug tests (and disqualifications) at the CrossFit Games but in comparison to other, more established sports, the CrossFit Drug Testing program has been pretty ‘lenient’ and far from foolproof. For example: It wasn’t until 2014 that out-of-competition testing came into effect, which means an athlete could (theoretically) use[…]
When learning a new skill, we go through four distinct phases of competency: 4 phases which I like to think in terms of: 1. Introduction to New Skill – First time seeing a skill (e.g. a Snatch). “WTF is this? Like this….? Do I really need this skill?” 2. Theoretical Understanding – Able to see how it works[…]
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