What is your day job? Sitting in a desk listening to teachers (Junior at Sky View Highschool). I am also a scorekeeper for basketball games at the Rec. Center.
How were you introduced to CrossFit? Paul wanted me to try it out so I could get in shape for cross-country.
What is your favorite WOD or Lift? My favorite WOD is Griff, and my favorite lift is Thrusters
What is your favorite skill/movement that you have learned at CrossFit IoTA? Kettlebell swings, and pullups
One word to describe me would be… Athletic
I have always wanted… Go to a Denver Broncos Football game
Outside of the gym, I like to… Run, hang out with friends, and play basketball
Three things you would always find in my fridge… Gatorade, Milk, Apples
Something nobody knows about me or would be surprised to know about me… I play the cello
Favorite physical activity outside of CFI… Running
Favorite place to eat in Cache Valley… Cafe Rio
Song(s) that gets me pumped up for a workout… September by Daughtry, or Remember the Name by Fort Minor
The last thing I ate was… A Granola bar
My proudest accomplishment is… Running a 5K under 16 minutes
My six month goal is… To get better at Wall Balls
If I could have ANYBODY (living or dead) over for dinner, it would be… Prefontaine
My favorite workout attire is… Basketball shorts, sleeveless shirts and Asic shoes
My favorite workout partner(s)… Habb, Brock, Doug, Paul, and Brett
If you created a WOD and named it after yourself what would the workout be?
30 Kettlebell swings
30 Ring pushups
I had the pleasure of knowing Tyler for the past year through Scouting’s National Honor Society, the Order of the Arrow. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know him both in and out of the box and he is a better young man then he is an athlete (and all who know him know he’s an amazing athlete). It was really enjoyable for me to have the opportunity to watch Tyler compete twice this year in home Cross Country Meets and we where all thrilled to see him and his team do so well this past season. His desire, determination and dedication is not seen very often in todays youth and he is exemplary in these and many ways. Keep up the great work Tyler! – Coach Paul