Sarah Cho

Sarah Cho



CrossFit Level 1 Certification

CrossFit Level 2 Certification

CrossFit Double Under Certification

Level MethodX Kids Certification

About Coach

I started CrossFit in December 2012. Before that, I was working out at a traditional gym 3 times a week but not feeling so accomplished. I showed up to my first box and never really left. I first came in with the goal to lose 10 lbs, then the more I came in I had different goals like trying to run a full 400m without stopping and seeing how many banded pull-ups I could get. When I found my CrossFit community, I felt like I finally found my happy place; a place where we all supported each other and had fun with no judgment. I hung out at the gym so much working on movements with my friends, reading and watching movement videos, I decided to get my CrossFit L1 in 2014. I love seeing the progress I've made in the last 10 years and that I am still going along in my own CrossFit journey.

Turning Point

I was about 2 years into my CrossFit journey. I was still loving the progress, but at that point, I wasn't reaching any new PRs and was feeling jealous of the new athletes who were experiencing their new journey. I felt insecure about my reps and times in workouts and was frustrated that I felt like I wasn't making any progress. Looking back, I was my own worst enemy by not following own advice I gave to my athletes. At that point, I had to take a step back and realign my purpose of why I come in and the longevity of why I want to continue to come in. Once I set my own ego aside and refund my purpose, I felt like I went into the next stage of my CrossFit journey.

Motivation & Passion

I want athletes to be able to feel accomplished in each workout; knowing that they came in and gave it their all. Small progress is still progress, and sometimes it's a nice reminder for everyone. We as coaches will push when needed, and be their biggest cheerleader.

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