Kari Pearce shot to the top of the global CrossFit rankings when she started the sport in 2014, but fitness and movement have been part of her life since she was a child. She started gymnastics at age 3, and continued competing through college. After gymnastics, Kari switched to bodybuilding, and ultimately found her passion in CrossFit. For Pearce, training six days a week for competition isn’t only a matter of chasing her CrossFit podium dreams; it’s about recognizing that her body was Made2Move.
When Trevor “TA” Anderson was 12, he hit two homeruns and a double during a baseball game. He was excited to tell his father, bragging, “I’m getting good.” His father’s response? "Don't get good, get great. Good enough is not enough." That advice shaped Anderson’s life. From the way he works to the way he trains to how he moves, Anderson relentlessly pursues “better,” and pushes his clients to do the same. Goal-chasing even inspired the name of his performance coaching business: Better Every Day.