Meet Coach Dylan Mary. Coach Dylan joined our staff recently and has been a wonderful addition to the team. He is eager to get started and has already made an impact on members.
Here is a little more on Coach Dylan Mary.
Years doing CrossFit?
CrossFit has been a part of my life for a little over 5 years now. I started my Crossfit journey in 2015 at CrossFit Mt. Lebo and have been lucky enough to be a part of multiple affiliates and communities along the way.
I’ve been coaching for 3 years now, it would have been longer if I didn’t fail my first L1 certification test at Rogue Fitness but I met Camille Leblanc-Bazinet, so I’ll take that as a win still. A year later, while serving in the U.S. Army I got my CrossFit L1 in South Korea.
At 5 years old I started swimming and continued that for the next 13 years, then when I was 18 I started boxing, BJJ, and Krav maga. I earned my level 1 Krav Maga certification, then realized being punched in the face was not that enjoyable anymore which lead me to this obsession with CrossFit.
Favorite thing about coaching?
The best part of coaching is being a coach. There is no other feeling quite like helping athletes further develop their natural physical and mental potential inside and outside of the gym through determination, heart, and discipline. Aiding athletes in achieving their full potential, assisting people in fully developing in their fitness/health journey through life, and connecting with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Learning how to get the best from them and seeing them progress, having fun in a safe and social environment with big smiles and a sense of achievement and growing confidence.
Best cue while coaching?
“Grip it and rip it”
Last year’s marathon row and this year was a 1,000 vested burpees.
Be the best coach, friend, and human that I can be, while enjoying this ride called life; doing what I love and having fun.
CPR & AED
12 Ring Handstand Push-Ups
15 Back Squats (225 lb)
9 Ring Handstand Push-Ups
18 Front Squats (205 lb)
6 Ring Handstand
21 Overhead Squats (185 lb)