I started CrossFit in 2009 and like many others, within a few short months I was hooked. I honestly believe in the life-changing benefits of functional fitness, a varied strength and conditioning program and the competitive environment that CrossFit encompasses.
CrossFit to me started out as a competitive sport, but after seeing its results on so many others it has shown me that it is the perfect program not only for competitive athletes but also for everyday people looking to improve overall health, longevity, and mental toughness.
My goal as a CrossFit coach is to inspire individuals to improve movement quality, functional fitness and ultimately make healthier long-term lifestyle changes.
My coaching experience has not only shown me athletes who become faster, stronger, and more mobile, but it has also shown me the importance building mental confidence so that they may achieve success not only in their sport but in all other facets of their lives.
What can I say? I love CrossFit. And CrossFit to me is all the people that pour their heart and soul into workouts day in and day out. People who might not be the strongest, or the fastest, or most mobile. These are the people who don’t stop trying, the people who lose the weight never thought they could lose, who gain mobility they never had, who live a healthier life style, who get off the diabetic medicine, who stay out of the retirement home, who eat healthier and live longer. To me crossfit provides the opportunity to shape your body and mind to perform at a level of intensity needed to help you survive, and enjoy life
Those of you who know me well, know that I would never let you slack, much less let you quit. Whether it is getting fuller range of motion, adding weights to lifts, running faster, resting less, pushing harder, you can guarantee that I will be there helping you to the end. As a coach it is a great feeling to see someone do something they once thought was impossible.
My goal is to motivate and excite every person so they may perform at their highest possible level. The question use to be “can I make a difference in your lives” but the question now is “together, can we make a difference”. I am honestly glad to be a coach at CPC and be a part of a community and an environment that is so supportive of well-rounded health and fitness.
- Fielding Witherspoon Butler III
1 Round For Time: (400 Meter Run Sandwich)
Over Head Squats 95/65
Toes 2 Bar