Some times of the day are busy and very fun with lots of energy, and other times there are less people which is also nice because you get more attention and can feel comfortable asking as many questions as you have to develop your technique and understanding of the movements. The atmosphere is always very fun and relaxed; People will sometimes bring in their dogs which gets everyone exited.
The space is quite big and workouts are done class sizes of 4 - 8, with heats of 3 to 4 people going at a time.
One of the funnest part about here is when we take some equipment out to Vine Ave. Park and do a WOD outside in the park.
We do straight up CrossFit here. It's not a store and nobody sells food, supplements, or clothes which I like.
It's definitely the best place to get fit in The Junction.
- Microsoft CanadaMarketing Specialist, 2010 - 2011
- Ontario Lottery and GamingSolutions Analyst, 2007 - 2007
- Labatt Breweries of CanadaCategory Management Analyst, 2008 - 2008
- Blast RadiusConsumer Insights Analyst, 2009 - 2009
- ChangoData Analyst, 2013 - 2013
I believe that good marketing is about creating an emotional connection between a brand and its community based on genuine and authentic experiences. I’m a marketer because I grew up with technology and followed it as social media emerged as a way to enable those sorts of experiences. Last year I graduated from Ryerson University in the Information Technology Management program.
So far in my career I’ve worked at Blast Radius, one of the world’s leading global digital strategy agencies, and at Microsoft, one of the worlds largest technology companies. During my undergrad I joined an entrepreneurship student group and helped organize a business technology conference at my school.
In my spare time I’ve developed a web application that helps people collaborate on business models, and currently I’m working towards getting my Crossfit (fitness) Level 1 Trainer Certification.
- Western Technical Commercial School
- Ryerson UniversityBusiness Technology Management, 2005 - 2010
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