Huge congrats to Clint, our Athlete of the month In August. The silverback enforcer Clint has really stepped up his training lately. He has been taking part in specialty classes, enduro and also doing class WODs on top of that. The results are really showing with the big man getting ripped. Not only in the gym has Clint been killing it but he also took place in The Look good Naked (with clothes on as He says LGC) and has been one of the challenges biggest success stories. How he finds the time to fit all of this in when running a business and also being an amazing Dad to his awesome kids. A very well deserved recipient of the member of the month for his training but where Clint is at his best is contributing to our community. You will catch him cheering other members on, giving hugs, making jokes or just being a top notch bloke. Keep up the good work and we look forward to seeing what this legend can achieve in the future!
Let’s get to know about this inspiring Dad here:
Name: Clint Goldfinch
How long have you been at CrossFit Access? Joined in Nov 2017. Went away in Dec for 2 months. Got serious in Feb 2018.
What do you enjoy doing outside of CrossFit? Being with my Family.
What is your favourite and least favourite movements or WODs? Favourite- Deadlifts. Least favourite-Running.
What your biggest achievement so far? Coming to CrossFit consistently.
What are your future goals? To get under 100kg’s and be able to do all movements at RX level.
Tell us something we don’t know about you. I’m Shy
Who’s your box buddy? The 5:30am crew.
Why did you start CrossFit? Because I have high blood pressure.
What do you love about CrossFit Access? The clarity of mind I get after the WOD’s. Knowing that if you push through you can do it (even if you think it’s impossible) Most of all the people I have met and the friends I have made.
Any advice for anyone just starting their CrossFit journey? Keep coming no matter how sore you get. You also need to be able to scale your work outs. If you can’t do it at the start you will get there eventually when you learn the movements and you get fitter and stronger.