Dan Crisp

fitness coach

- CrossFit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1)
- CrossFit Level 2 Trainer (CF-L2)
- CrossFit Certified Trainer (CF-L3)
- CrossFit Kids Trainer
- CrossFit Power Lifting Certificate
- CrossFit Weightlifting Certificate

Dan founded Reebok CrossFit Glevum in 2011— the first CrossFit affiliate in Gloucestershire. Since that time he and his partner Rosie have grown Glevum into a 4,000 sqft facility with an accomplished and passionate team of four coaches and staff.

Dan is a Certified CrossFit Trainer (CF-L3), one of a handful worldwide to hold this distinction. Discovering his passion for teaching whilst studying at Leeds Metropolitan University he found that CrossFit combined his enthusiasm for coaching with his belief for a lifelong pursuit of health and fitness. He believes the quality of our lives, is determined by the quality of our health and nothing is more important than that.

“For the first time, I felt that my pursuit to change lives was possible by inspiring others to care of their own health and fitness. CrossFit connected all of the dots from the methodology to the community. What started small in a tiny space back in 2008 with a handful of friends has grown to a larger space and lots more friends. But despite the growth from our humble beginnings, nothing has changed.

Every day I am grateful to be the part of someone’s day where things are possible. CrossFit embodies health, potential and the positive potential in all of us.”

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