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Ryan Seaberg
Owner, Level I CrossFit Trainer, USAW Sports Performance Coach, USAW Club Coach, CrossFit Strongman Certified, CrossFit Football Certified

Hi my name is Ryan and I’m a CrossFit addict. I was first introduced to CrossFit several years ago by a jiu jitsu friend of mine, but it wasn’t until I was deployed to Iraq as a member of the Wyoming Air National Guard fire department that I truly fell in love with it. Bored with the standard workout routines I’d done for years as a high school and college athlete CrossFit provided me with exactly what I wanted: real fitness, real results and real fun!

CrossFit has transformed my life for the better and I want to share it with this community so that you too can enjoy its many benefits. It is my goal to help you all reach levels of fitness you’d never imagined possible, Chris and I welcome you to come see just how far you can go!

 

 

 

Chris Hall
Owner, Level I CrossFit Trainer, USAW Sports Performance Coach, CrossFit Gymnastics Certified, CrossFit Kids Coach

I am a son, a brother, a father, a husband, a 4th grade teacher, a CrossFit trainer, and a CrossFitter!  I have always been interested in health and fitness but it wasn’t until CrossFit came into my life that I realized how ignorant I was.  CrossFit has truly changed my life and I am a much happier, healthier and motivated person today.

I am very excited to bring this new sport and mindset of true health and fitness to the community I love, Cheyenne.  It is my passion to co-create a gym that is open, friendly and full of people that want to change their lives for the better becoming the most mentally and physically fit they have ever been before.

 

 


Sara Janes
Level I CrossFit Trainer, CrossFit Kids Coach

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Andrew McCown
Level 1 CrossFit Trainer, CrossFit Endurance Certified, USAW Sports Performance Coach, CrossFit Mobility Certified

I was lured into CrossFit by a girl. We met in Oct 2011 while deployed in Afghanistan. I was lonely and she seemed easy. Her name was “Grace.” We met up one Friday under the auspices of a Barbells for Boobs charity WOD. Having little experience outside of the elliptical, “Grace” ravaged my body and I became enamored with my abuser.

Over a year later, I am still chasing after that first time and loving every minute. For me, CrossFit has ignited a passion for an active and healthy lifestyle. I have enjoyed challenging myself with the support of the amazing community here and I am very lucky to be a part of the CrossFit Frontier family. I am honored to be a coach and I am looking forward to sharing my enthusiasm for CrossFit with everyone.

In addition, I am an athlete for the charity “One Team One Fight.” This charity is committed to raising funds for the families of the 31 Heroes killed in action on 06 Aug 2011. Please consider supporting or joining me as I run the Leadville Heavy Half Marathon again this year.

 
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Anthony Finch
CrossFit has changed my life and has completely changed my perspective on physical fitness.  I played sports, lifted weights regularly, and participated in the Army Physical Fitness Program, but it wasn’t until I deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 that I truly began to understand what fitness is and what it means to me.  CrossFit has helped me to be physically and mentally prepared for anything life has to throw at me.
CrossFit Frontier has shown me that there is a community of people, just like me, that are looking for something beyond the traditional gym experience.  With CrossFit comes a community of supportive and friendly people who all have something to learn and to teach.  CrossFit has given me the opportunity to make new friends that I would never have met without it.  I am very excited to have a role in your CrossFit experience and to get to know all of you better.

 

 

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Jordan Karabetsos

Level I CrossFit Trainer, USAW Sports Performance Coach

Like many others, I was intimidated and nervous to try CrossFit for the first time. However, three years after my first Basics class at CFF, I’m here to say it was the best leap of faith I could’ve taken for my overall health and wellbeing.

Growing up I was always involved in competitive sports – softball, volleyball, Track & Field – so when college came around I struggled to fill that void.  I was also more concerned with the weight on the scale rather than my overall fitness and appreciating my body for what it was capable of.  CrossFit has taught me how important strength is, and not just physical strength, but mental strength as well.  I am proud to say that I am a strong female athlete and am no longer focused on what the scale reads. The benefit?  My self-confidence is higher, my clothes fit better, I’m lifting weights and doing things I never thought possible, and I’m in the best shape of my life.  My future is healthier and brighter because of CrossFit and the people at CrossFit Frontier.

A common misconception is that CrossFit is only for those who are already fit and in great shape, but it is for anyone in shape or not, athletic or uncoordinated, young or old! As a coach, I hope to extend my enthusiasm for CrossFit and help others in achieving their fitness goals – whatever they may be. I encourage anyone considering CrossFit to take that leap of faith, the coaches and community at CFF are here to help you along the way!