They say all good things must come to an end, sadly this is no different.
As of Friday December 14th 2012 I am no longer an owner or coach at CrossFit eXalted. We have, as a business, over the last several months come to the conclusion that the business will not be able to afford three full-time parties and remain a lucrative venture for those involved. As such, I have decided that it would be best to depart, leaving the remaining two parties to continue making good on the CrossFit eXalted core principles:
- Deliver quality training
- Develop quality athletes
- Help all who step in the door achieve their respective goals
To say it wasn’t easy arriving at this decision is an understatement. I am confident saying that all things being equal, this would not even be a discussion. The words to describe my love, adoration, and thanks for being able to open this business escape me at the present time and probably will forever. I was, am, and forever will be grateful to have been afforded the ability to be part of CrossFit eXalted.
Having said all of that, not all things can always work as initially envisioned and changes must be made, as difficult as they may seem, for the greater good. I have put forth a lot of effort, sweat, blood, and tears into CrossFit eXalted; I have formed many relationships with many great people; helped people reach goals and helped individuals learn new, exciting things about themselves and their abilities. I will forever cherish the memories, those fostered relationships, and the good times had during my 17 months as Owner & Coach.
I feel satisfied knowing that you will be left in the capable hands of some great people.
I thank all of you from the deepest regions of my heart for making my run worthwhile and wish all of you the very best in your fitness endeavors.
Feel free to reach out to me via Facebook as you see fit, this is not goodbye forever, after all.
“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
— Winston Churchill
With this I bid you all a fond adieu,