Categorized as: Member of the Week

Member of the Week: 20 May 2018

This week’s  Crossfit London Member of the Week goes to:

Iringo Demeter.

Iringo is a relatively new joiner who has discovered a love/hate relationship with CrossFit. I’ve had numerous conversations with Iringo during her lunchtime sessions and her evolution is heart warming to say the least. Iringo started from zero and when I say zero, I mean zero! Going from no exercise to speak of to high intensity CrossFit workouts is daunting to say the least. However, we always scaled workouts and intensity to her level and Iringo instantly fell in love with that post workout feeling. An enduring memory of mine from a few weeks back was when she exclaimed after a workout: “THAT WAS TERRIBLE BUT IT WAS FU£!&*~ AMAZING!!”. Iringo’s lifting, movement, and base conditioning have improved exponentially over the past few months and although we have only started this journey, I’m excited to see where it leads.

Well done Iringo!


Member of the Week: 13 May 2018

This week’s  Crossfit London Member of the Week goes to:


Dominic Yau.

Dom is all about the technical side of CrossFit. I don’t think he’d mind me saying that he’s a bit of a geek in this respect. He always has informed questions and comments to make in my classes that helps other athletes learn. Currently, Dom is battling a knee injury preventing him from squatting below parallel. This doesn’t stop him from training around the injury and diligently working on his rehab. You’ll either find him in classes or in Open gym, working hard, learning and rehabbing!

Well done Dom!


Member of the Week: 06 May 2018

This week’s  Crossfit London Member of the Week goes to:

Ken Haynes.

Ken is one of those annoying people that gets up incredibly early and gets a ton of work done. He’s a regular in my Monday morning 6:30AM MetCons and runs around with abandon. He’s really upped his training in the last year and it’s showing. He moves better, faster, and is shifting more tin! The guy is ripped to shreds too so that is always something to aspire to.

Well done Ken!