Lindsee Street

Lindsee Street

CrossFit Burn Coach

Most of my fitness training and accomplishments have been focused on endurance events like running, biking and swimming. I completed the Atlanta marathon, a 1/2 Ironman along with several 1/2 marathons and cycling events. I have always loved going out for a long run and/or bike. There is nothing better than getting up super early and going for 3–5-hour bike rides out on the rolling hills out in Clermont.


I received a Bachelor’s Degree from UCF with a focus on Health Science. Most of my course work was focused on Nutrition and Dietetics along with several courses that focused on exercise science.

About Coach

Sports and athletics have always been a huge part of my life. Growing up I was always on some type of court or field with my brother or grandfather. In grade school I was in several dance classes, gymnastics classes and part of the dance team. It was not until I went to college, I then started to take interest in a different level of competition. I developed a love for running and biking and decided to start training for endurance sports like triathlons and century rides. My whole life was dedicated to training as much as I could and trying to become my best as an endurance athlete. I competed in many mini triathlons, 1/2 marathons and rides 50+ miles or more. All of that training led me to completing a 1/2 Ironman along with a full marathon. <br /> After I hit my mid 30's, my feet were breaking down, I was burnt out and then I met my husband who introduced me to cross training and found a new passion in training my body in a different way. From there I found a new love for the weight room and group fitness classes such as HIIT/Bootcamp and CrossFit which ultimately led me to CrossFit Exalted.<br /> <br /> I LOVE helping people who are just starting their fitness journey and helping them work towards their fitness goal. I also want my children to see me helping others achieve their goals.

Turning Point

Fitness and training have always been a major part of my life. In my early 20’s and 30’s my focus was on spending all my time on me; training for some race, waking up early going for a long ride or run. It wasn’t until I got married and started having kids that I realized it was not all about me and “my workouts” actually there was barely any time for me or my workouts…no more 3-5 hours bikes ride. Not only was there barely anytime, I didn’t have much energy with working full time and taking care of kids. One of the biggest challenges I had was getting myself a good workout, balancing work and time spent with the family plus healing from 2 C-sections. Bootcamp classes and CrossFit were a great way to get a quick workout in with focus on strength and endurance. As the kids grew so did my time spent in the gym. I was working out for a few hours a day training like I was training for something. I was not, but I loved a good workout that left me on the floor. One thing that I didn’t take into consideration or take the time to do was train my core/transverse abdominal muscles from those 2 C-sections. Little did I know; I was beating up my body again and again and all those beatings were impacting my spine ultimately leading to a major, debilitating back injury which led to back surgery. Having to overcome being injured and surgery was mentally and physically overwhelming. I couldn’t do any of the things I loved anymore…no running, no jumping, and no rowing. I had to learn to work out completely different again. I had to retrain my head and my body. With all that said, there are many different curve balls that will affect my fitness journey, but it will always be a HUGE part of my life and I will never give up on what I love.

Motivation & Passion

I LOVE helping people who are just starting their fitness journey and helping them work towards their fitness goal. I also want my children to see me helping others achieve their goals.

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