William Timmons

William is an attorney and entrepreneur who founded Swamp Rabbit CrossFit in 2011 after buying an old 30,000 square foot warehouse and 5 acres of land. His lifelong commitment to fitness brought him to CrossFit in 2007 and he has never looked back since.

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Brandon Simpson

Brandon is the General Manager and Head Coach of Swamp Rabbit CrossFit and has been coaching CrossFit since 2009. He’s always ready with a dad joke and a cue to help you laugh your way to the best shape of your life!

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Jessica Clohessy

Jessica discovered Crossfit in 2008 and became a Certified Crossfit Coach in 2011. After discovering her own practice of yoga, she completed her 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification, and now coaches at SRCF and runs Soul Yoga next door.

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Brandi Guthke

Brandi started CrossFit in 2009 and became CrossFit certified in 2011. She has competed in powerlifting and even earned a Pro qualification in Strongman. Bringing lessons learned from strength sports and a decade of CrossFit, she loves coaching people to help them grow physically and mentally fit!

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Deanna Parker

Deanna has been involved in CrossFit since 2016 and is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant. She loves working with special needs populations and helping athletes to get out of pain, avoid injury, and to perform their best pain-free!

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Taylor Walden

Taylor began her CrossFit journey in 2012 and became a CrossFit coach in 2019. Before becoming a coach, Taylor was a registered nurse with experience working in many different fields. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, and it wasn’t long after nursing school that Taylor realized her true passion – CrossFit. She enjoys helping people to achieve their personal health and fitness goals.

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Kara Petruzzelli

I found CrossFit in 2014 and it changed my life forever. I started CrossFit as a means of losing weight, but the more I did it, the more I become concerned about the weight on the barbell than the weight on the scale. When I first started CrossFit I was also riding horses competitively. I […]

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