Jeannette has been a member at CFM since 2014, and she has become an integral part of the CFM community. She decided to  become a coach in 2019, then earned her CF-L2 in October 2021. A lifelong athlete and consistently active person, Jeannette has experiences with obstacle races, CrossFit competitions, and Powerlifting competitions. This helps her relate to and guide athletes to their fitness goals. 

High-quality coaching her own words:

As a CrossFit coach, it is our highest priority to ensure that our members are making progress on their fitness journey. In order to accomplish that, the coach needs to be knowledgeable about the CrossFit concepts in general, but more importantly, about each particular member’s current skill level. A good coach will recommend the appropriate scaling options for each athlete and knows when an is safe to do a workout Rx or when it is time to scale in order to keep all athletes moving well with no injuries.

"Do or do not. There is no try."

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MORE ABOUT jeannette

Why did I start CrossFit?

I was looking for a regular activity that would get me back in shape and keep me challenged physically and mentally.

Why did I become a CrossFit coach?

CrossFit has changed my life, and a big thank you goes to the coaches who helped me get to this point. I want to be this person for others who seek help to become better, healthier versions of themselves.

Favorite CrossFit Midtown memory?

31 Heroes, Theme WODs (Marvel galaxy WOD, Harry Potter WOD, etc.), and the annual Halloween parties.

What do I do in my spare time?

I play kickball and love doing karaoke.

What is my "day job?"

Business Intelligence at a large corporation

Advice to new CrossFitters?

Take it slow, but stay consistent, and you will get where you want to be.

Favorite movement to coach?

I enjoy coaching overhead squats, maybe because I struggle with them myself, and it is easy for me to identify and relate to the difficulties athletes are having.

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