Margee has been interested in athletics her entire life. Growing up, she played multiple sports: basketball, volleyball, track & field, soccer and golf. In high school, she placed 10th in state for golf, and she was a conference champion in college as well. Before Crossfit, Margee earned a lot of experience by coaching many youth recreational teams in basketball and soccer, with the ages ranging from 5 up to teenagers. After coaching, she pursued her black belt in Taekwondo when her kids started showing interest and taking classes. She earned her second degree black belt in Taekwondo and was also on the demonstration team at her school, where they won numerous competitions. More recently, she has been a Taekwondo instructor for the past few years.
Margee got into the sport of Crossfit in 2014, and has won a few local and online competitions since coming back from a shoulder injury in 2016. Most recently, she competed in the 2017 Crossfit Open and placed in the top 2% of women in her division, inching closer to her goal of one day competing at the Crossfit Games.
Soon after being exposed to the sport, Margee became a Crossfit Level 1 trainer. She is very passionate in her coaching, always striving to learn more about Crossfit and Olympic Weightlifting. She truly enjoys helping others achieve their goals in fitness, and views her position as coach as a privilege and great responsibility. She currently coaches our youth strength training program for middle and high school athletes.