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Kathy Maxwell: New Mom Turned Half Marathoner

We couldn’t be prouder of Kathy for finishing her very first half marathon in March 2022 after picking up running only nine months earlier. But what’s even more special is how Kathy’s relationships with training, food, and her body completely transformed during her journey with Pallas. We spoke with Kathy about her postpartum struggles, why she decided to start running, and how she’s evolved into the amazing runner and athlete she is now.

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Megan Markoff: CrossFitter Turned Triathlete

We hate to brag, but we’re pretty proud of Megan for qualifying in her age group for the 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Not bad for her first triathlon. But more importantly, we’re psyched to see Megan return to competitive sports following a major health crisis in 2018 that ended her dream of qualifying for the CrossFit Games. We talked with Megan about the highs of elite CrossFit competition, the lows of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S), and her comeback as an endurance athlete.     How did you get into CrossFit? In 2013, I was

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Kathy Maxwell: New Mom Turned Half Marathoner

We couldn’t be prouder of Kathy for finishing her very first half marathon in March 2022 after picking up running only nine months earlier. But what’s even more special is how Kathy’s relationships with training, food, and her body completely transformed during her journey with Pallas. We spoke with Kathy about her postpartum struggles, why she decided to start running, and how she’s evolved into the amazing runner and athlete she is now.

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Megan Markoff: CrossFitter Turned Triathlete

We hate to brag, but we’re pretty proud of Megan for qualifying in her age group for the 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Not bad for her first triathlon. But more importantly, we’re psyched to see Megan return to competitive sports following a major health crisis in 2018 that ended her dream of qualifying for the CrossFit Games. We talked with Megan about the highs of elite CrossFit competition, the lows of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S), and her comeback as an endurance athlete.     How did you get into CrossFit? In 2013, I was

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Goal setting is the cornerstone of our coaching method. A good goal is inspiring, attainable, and has a date on the calendar. If you don’t have a specific goal right now, no problem. We’ll work with you to develop one.

Integration is where we stand out. Once you have a goal, we’ll build a comprehensive roadmap to get you there that combines strength and conditioning, nutrition, physical therapy, and sports-specific technique instruction. We’re a one-stop-shop for turning crazy ideas into realities.

Education is woven into everything we do. Our goal is to work ourselves out of a job by teaching our athletes how to take charge of their own athletic journeys. We think of our programs as mentorships.