About Tim: Tim comes to CrossFit Austin with 10+ years experience in the health fitness industry. He began his formal education at the University of Oklahoma, where he studied Health and Sport Sciences and was a member of the Sports Medicine team (football). During his time in Oklahoma, he also played for OU’s Rugby Club before transferring to Texas State University to complete his degree requirements. He walked the stage in 2009 with a BS in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the Health and Human Performance Department at Texas State, and currently holds the American College of Sports Medicine-Certified Personal Trainer and CrossFit Level One (CF-L1) and CrossFit Level Two (CF-L2) Trainer Certifications.
A Message From Tim: I have competed at several different levels in a few different sports over the years, and enjoyed them all. Finding something that pushes you to develop your mind and body, as well as your character, is a goal worth pursuing. CrossFit has afforded me the opportunity to once again test myself in new ways and provides an arena for these tests on a daily basis.
As a lifelong athlete, I have learned the value of team training and working toward common goals. Ups and downs, gains, plateaus and setbacks are all part of the process. Stay humble in victory (gains,PRs), re-focus and identify areas of opportunity in defeat (plateaus, setbacks). If you need any help, ask! You can find me coaching group classes, and am also available for 1-on-1 sessions or small group training if you are looking to achieve a specific goal. From high school athletes looking to get a leg-up on their competition, to the avid runner struggling to gain lean muscle mass, to retirees seeking to gain greater range of motion and more energy for the everyday demands of life; I have truly enjoy the bonds formed while overcoming the different challenges presented by each individual with whom I have worked in these settings.
Stay healthy my friends.
“No citizen has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”-Socrates