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CrossFit Level 2 Certification

CrossFit Kids Certification

USA Weightlifting Certification

CrossFit Gymnastic Certification

CrossFit Kettlebell Certification

 
Angie has always been a fitness enthusiast. She excelled in softball and long distance running in high school and continued to pursue fitness throughout her life. In 2006, Angie joined Memphis Roller Derby and was first round draft pick for the team, Angels of Death. She spent three years as a Jammer for the undefeated team and helped secure three championships. After discovering CrossFit in 2008, Angie retired from roller derby to pursue CrossFit.
 
CrossFit quickly became her passion. In June 2009, she attended the CrossFit Level 1 and CrossFit Kids seminar and immediately began her career as a CrossFit Trainer. She assisted in opening CrossFit Bartlett and served as a part time trainer for three years, coaching kids and adults.  With a desire to be a full time CF trainer, Angie left CrossFit Bartlett and her 13 year career at a pharmacy association and opened Wolf River CrossFit in 2011. For the next four and a half years, Angie furthered her education through CrossFit and gained experience in training adults and kids with various levels of abilities. In August 2016, merged with NBS Fitness to be the head CF trainer.

Angie's Blog

Training Tips for Beginners

Congratulations on your decision to start a new fitness regimen!  This is the best decision you can make for yourself for long term health. Not only does exercise improve your physical health, it can help your brain performance and memory too! I could give you hundreds of reasons as to why you should start your...
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Squatting With Knee Pain

During my time as a coach, I have encountered many people who have experienced a lot of knee pain while squatting. When I ask them to show me their squats, I discover multiple issues with their technique. Particularly, (but not exclusively) squatting with toes pointed forward descending straight down into the squat and knees tracking...
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