Tyler, as a high school football and baseball player, was trained in isolation training and Olympic weightlifting like most high school athletes train. Then in college football, following the same training regimen, he suffered an injury to his neck ending his football career. In 2008, once healed, Tyler was invited to start training differently. His brother, Austin, had opened a CrossFit Gym in Milpitas in 2007 and had quickly gained the respect of the CrossFit community training CrossFit Games Champion Jason Khalipa and being selected by CrossFit Headquarters as seminar instructor. Needless to say he was exposed to some of the best mentors CrossFit has to offer. Initially, Tyler enjoyed the intensity of the workouts providing a great outlet physically and emotionally. But within a couple of months, it was clear to Tyler that there was no more complete training program available. He learned that the isolation training he had always known did not physiologically makes sense. As a result, his growth and improvement were constant and he was inspired to keep learning more. In 2008, Tyler got certified as a coach. His motivation was to become more embedded in the CrossFit community and get more access to all it has to offer. “The amount of fitness expertise available is incredible and it spans over many disciplines” states Tyler. Today, Tyler is devoted to providing athletes a complete wellness program. He believes in moving with intention to avoid injury and make living more efficient. He believes in eating real food. He is extremely attentive and observant to the individual and personalizing their program for continual progress. Cold Storage CrossFit is very fortunate to have Tyler Begiebing to tend to the wellness needs of Hollister.
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