Listen to RWF 31: Juliet Starret –entrepreneur, humanitarian and athlete pt. 2
Juliet Starrett founded San Francisco CrossFit in 2005 with her husband Kelly. A lifelong athlete, Juliet launched her competitive sports career in high school when her rowing team won the Californian State Championship. From there, Juliet rowed competitively at UC Berkeley and went on to paddle for the US Women’s Whitewater Team, winning two World Championships and five national titles. In 2010, Juliet competed in the CrossFit Games.
Before turning her attention to San Francisco CrossFit full-time, Juliet had a successful career as an attorney.
When she is not at the gym, Juliet enjoys spending time with their two daughters Georgia and Caroline, paddling, skiing, reading, and being outside.
In pt. 2 we discuss:
- Adaptive athletes at SF Crossfit
- Kelly’s old blog posts
- modeling the site after the adult industry
- Juliet gives a lot back
- Stand Up Kids
- training for 1 and sitting 23 doesn’t cut it
Standing desks, yes –treadmill desks, HELL NO!
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