My love for fitness At the age of four my parents signed me up for gymnastics and I stuck with it through college. I had the opportunity to attended Boise state university on a full ride athletic scholarship. My junior year I got married and we moved to Monterey California. I experienced a bit of an identity crisis going from full time student athlete to home maker however, it didn’t take long to find a new hobby; muay thai and life felt balanced once again. After a couple years of marriage we had our first baby and I was determined to find a balance between family and fitness. There were some days it seemed impossible to get to the gym and so I would just let it go, recognizing that the gym was there for my enjoyment and not one more thing for me to feel guilty about. However, having a set schedule definitely helps especially when juggling my kids’ and husband’s needs’. I feel extremely grateful to have a husband who has always been supportive, encouraging me to take that time for myself. It was February of 2010 when I stepped into my first crossfit gym. Up until then I had been working out at a regular gym always trying out their new classes, anything from spin, yoga or step aerobics occasionally hitting the weights with a work out I had seen in oxygen magazine. But after a couple months of crossfit I was hooked and there was no going back. One of the reasons I love crossfit so much is that it includes so many training aspects from different sports. It’s an A.D.D person’s heaven, there is no time for boredom.! Last year was my first year competing in crossfit. I participated in the open and qualified for regionals with our team WCF, but that was the end of the road. After a short reprieve in training this past summer I decided I really wanted to make it to the 2012 games and started signing up for every comp I could. I’ve had a lot of growth as an athlete and with each competition I come away feeling more and more confidant in my abilities I think fitness should be unique for everyone, finding whatever it is that you love to do. I also am a big believer in goal setting! It definitely helps whether it’s how many days a week you’re going to make it in to the gym, an increase in strength, or getting ready for a specific competition. Our goals are powerful and can pull us through the obstacles in life!


Year Rank Worldwide Rank by Region Rank By Country Rank By Affiliate
2022 30730th Women 3877th Women (40-44) 16409th Women North America 2328th Women (40-44) North America 14318th Women United States 2055th Women (40-44) United States 14th Women Wasatch CrossFit 3rd Women (40-44) Wasatch CrossFit
2021 18656th Women 2411th Women (40-44) 11159th Women North America 1596th Women (40-44) North America 9727th Women United States 1413th Women (40-44) United States 11th Women Wasatch CrossFit 2nd Women (40-44) Wasatch CrossFit
2019 819th Women 96th Women (35-39) – – 397th Women United States 55th Women (35-39) United States – –
2017 100th Women 6th Women (35-39) 7th Women South West 1st Women (35-39) South West 78th Women United States 4th Women (35-39) United States – –
2016 58th Women 2nd Women South West – – – –
2015 69th Women 3rd Women South West – – – –
2014 41st Women 2nd Women South West – – – –
2013 41st Women 4th Women South West – – – –
2012 38th Women 2nd Women South West – – – –
2011 66th Women 7th Women South West – – – –

Age Group Quarterfinal

Year Rank Worldwide
2019 158th Women (35-39)
2017 137th Women (35-39)


Year Division Rank Regional
2017 Team 1st South
2016 Women 9th South
2015 Women 7th South
2014 Women 2nd South West
2013 Women 1st South West
2012 Women 5th South West


Year Division Rank
2017 Team 1st
2014 Women 11th
2013 Women 31st

Benchmark Stats

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