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Brian is a 5 time individual Regional qualifier who prides himself on his coaching and athlete development. He has been CrossFitting at a high level longer than most affiliates have been open. Brian is committed to CrossFit and a healthy lifestyle. He is a loving husband to his wife Katie and a proud father to his daughter Ainsley and son Calvin. CrossFit Magna is an extension of his family.
Katie cannot imagine a life without CrossFit and yoga - they keep her balanced and feeling healthier than she ever has in her life. Katie loves the CrossFit community and believes it is one of the best communities in which to raise a family. She enjoys sharing this with others through coaching and teaching yoga.
Marcus began his CrossFit career in 2007, when he was introduced to it by a college strength and conditioning coach. Just six months in, Marcus competed in CrossFit’s inaugural games "and got crushed," but loved every minute of it. Marcus went on to obtain his CrossFit Level 1 certification and secure a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Sports Management. With nearly a decade of fitness, coaching, and program management experience, Marcus is proud to call CrossFit Magna his home.
Travis has been active and around sports his entire life. He started in the fitness industry back 2002 and worked as a personal trainer for a couple of years in the standard “big box” gyms. Although personally burnt out on the low-intensity, bi’s, tri’s back and chest workouts. Travis discovered CrossFit in 2013 and has not turned back since. Outside of the box, Travis is a leadership coach/consultant and spiritual director. He and his wife Christin live in Scottsdale, Az.
Moses grew up in California playing a variety of competitive sports. He discovered CrossFIt as a sophmore in high school. After his first local competition he sought to pursue CrossFit competitively. After qualifying for the Nor-Cal Regional in 2011 and 2012 he decided to move to Arizona to seek out advanced training to help him grow as a competitor. Moses continue to be a qualifying athlete since 2011.