• Karla Wolford

March's 'Better Than Yesterday' Recipients

Each month the EHP coaching staff will select a member that is 'Better Than Yesterday!' The selected recipient demonstrates compassion, resilience, perseverance and tenacity.


Jake and Regan were selected as March's 'Better Than Yesterday' recipients. This brother-sister duo is incredible!

Why did you start CrossFit?

J: I started to become better for football and to lose weight.

R: I had some friends that did it and I heard it was fun!!

Why do you continue CrossFit?

J: I started liking how it was changing my body and I liked the everyday workouts.

R: I continue because I have a passion and love for the sport and the atmosphere! The people and the coaches make it fun to come back too!

What has been your greatest achievement since joining EHP?

J: Competing in the Red River Riot with my sister, Regan.

R: Completing the Red River Riot with Jake.

How has your life changed since joining EHP?

J: I have gotten better at a lot of stuff and I just feel healthier and better each day.

R: I not only have a healthier life, but a happier one too! I have gained a huge passion for going to the gym and am excited to workout.

Jake and Regan are a wonderful addition to the EHP community! They are kind, encouraging and determined. As busy teenagers, these two have exceptional attendance- they attend the teens class, open gym and team WOD regularly. They push themselves and constantly work on their weaknesses. Jake and Regan are also incredible influences to their peers and are always looking out for the best interest in everyone around them.

Congratulations, Erdmann crew! We love having you guys apart of our gym. We cannot wait to see how much to grow over the next year!

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