Greg is not only a Jeep Freak..........but also owns his on engineering consultant company, downhill skis, and hunts big game. He also loves kettlebells. This year He competed in the Strongfirst Tactile Challenge a World Wide event and took 1st place in the Masters Division. The training at CrossFit Chanhassen has allowed him to do more activities more frequently. The kettlebell training and WOD's make for a great combination or complete fitness that allows an old body to do young things.
On the Jeep side, Greg enjoys building jeeps. He designs and fabricates his owns parts. Welding, cutting, grinding are the weekend activities. Then take them off road competing in climbing big rocks.
Stacey invented the Downspout Safety Cap. She created the caps after her son, Griffin cut his foot on one of our downspouts while getting on his bike. He ended up with 4 stitches. She has been making the 2x3 sized caps for about 4 years, and we are just adding - NEXT WEEK! - a larger 3x4 size (sometimes referred to as a 5 in downspout).
Stacey was just recognized as the only client of Bring It! Studios to have completed every Peak 10 since we opened! Many of you may know Mike, her husband. Mike is a member of CrossFit Chanhassen and her children are often found in our CrossFit Junior classes with Mr Caleb.
To learn more and/or purchase one for your home go to https://www.facebook.com/DownspoutSafetyCap/?fref=ts
Amazon also carries them(search downspout safety cap).
The website is downspoutsafetycap.com.
I am a Case Manager with A Rotta Love Plus (http://www.arottalove.org/), which means I normally am managing up to 5 foster dogs at a time. I screen the applicants, decide whether they are a good fit for the dog, do the home check, and the adoptions. We are on our 8th foster dog this year, and he is getting adopted on Wed!
I am a nerd. I love technology. I've been working in the technology field for close to 15 years. I'm currently working at Regis Corporation. I started here 3 years ago as the Sr. Infrastructure Analyst and got promoted this year to an Identity Management Engineer. So now I manage a little over 51,000 user accounts and attributes and make sure the code is correct for the accounts to be provisioned properly.
Donna and I will be celebrating our 10 year anniversary on 11/22/15. We have 3 kids, Jaden 11, Ashly and Olivia 7. 2 Dog, Sadie, and Amigo, and 2 Lizards Larry and Steve.
They were stuck in Guatemala. They had only expected to be there a month—two at the most. But Chris Denton and her husband, Shaun, were caught up in a complicated adoption process that drew out their visit into a two-year stay. As the situation transformed into something they’d neither prepared for nor expected, they both made the difficult decision to resign from their corporate jobs in order to personally facilitate the adoption process. - See more at: http://redefine.rodanandfields.com/blog/chris-denton-freedom-fulfill-professional-aspirations/#sthash.mSW8NzT4.dpuf
As a 10-year old I begged my parents to take me to riding lessons. What they thought would be a passing phase quickly turned into four horses, fifteen acres and traveling to competitions around the country. The horse I currently compete with is named LiveWire, affectionately known as Wiggle, and we just returned from the Morgan Grand National and World Championship Horse Show in Oklahoma City where we won a National Championship and a Reserve World Championship. Wiggle's favorite treat to snack on is peppermints. My involvement at Bring It! Studios / CrossFit Chanhassen has greatly improved my riding fitness and ability!!
When I'm not on the back of a horse I am working as an RN at Methodist Hospital in the Medical/Surgical Intensive Care Unit or in Heart and Neurosurgery. I hope to return to school in the upcoming years to earn a Master's Degree. I live in Victoria with my two dogs, Winnie and Tilly, and my sister/roomie.