- CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
- CrossFit Running and Endurance
- CrossFit Level I Nutrition
- CrossFit Gymnastics
- First place in the 2009 Muscle Beach Classics Women’s Figure Competition Short Class and Overall.
When I found CrossFit in 2004, I was already a fast runner and qualified for the Boston Marathon 4 times but lacked strength and knew I could be faster. Incorporating CrossFit into my training season led me to the fastest marathon in my career, finishing first in my age division and 5th women overall in the Silicon Valley Marathon. I was hooked!
Since then, I have had the privilegeto learn from the HQ staff and best trainers in the industry. I am now on staff as a traveling coach for the CrossFit Endurance Team and travel across the US and Canada leading running drills and teaching the techniques I learned.
Runners and endurance athletes hold a special place in my heart and I take great pride in working with them. Whether you are a top athlete or a mom wanting to get back in shape, I want to help you get there!!
I believe that nutrition is the foundation to accomplishing any athletic goal you may have. I am passionate about helping people to reach their goals of fitness and to accomplish things they never thought they could do.
"I came to Shari as a broken down, middle aged athlete, that was ready to call it quits. Shari quickly overhauled my diet to Zone, my running form to POSE and my long-slow-distance workouts exclusively to CrossFit and CF Endurance. I still remember getting my first dead-hang pull up after my first month, my first muscle up after 8 months, and a 4:59 mile after 10 months. Thank you Shari!!”
– Chris Hinshaw
"Shari has been a great trainer for both my wife and myself, and is not of the typical football coach mentality. She shows up at 5 am to train us 3 days a week, and is bright and cheery every time, encouraging both of us, even when we’re not too psyched up to train. It continues to be a pleasure training with her, and I cannot picture enjoying the sports I do without doing CrossFit with Shari.”
– Joe Buckley