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.
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 runs both SRCF and Soul Yoga.
Brandon has been coaching CrossFit since 2009 with time spent outside of the CrossFit gym as Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Shannon Forest Christian School for 2 years.
Ben began his coaching journey in 2012 as a full time coach at Carolina Crossfit in Columbia, SC. In 2014 he accepted a GM position with Warrior Fitness, and moved to Greenville to join the Swamp Rabbit Crossfit family the following year. Ben is currently the Head Coach at Swamp Rabbit Crossfit and enjoys many other movement pursuits such as Capoeira and Yoga.
Megan started Crossfit in 2013. Prior to that she had been training for half marathons and managing an organic farm. Megan moved to Greenville in August of 2015 and was thrilled to join the team at Swamp Rabbit CrossFit.
I’ve been doing CrossFit ever since 2012, with a few other locations and sports mixed in there (surfing, kickboxing, swimming, biking). Caitlin received her Level 1 in Costa Rica, where she taught CrossFit style classes on the beach in a small surf town.
Amanda is the marketing and social media director for Swamp Rabbit CrossFit and Soul Yoga.
Brandi started CrossFit in 2009 and became CrossFit certified in 2011. After several years of coaching and competing locally in CrossFit, she became heavily involved in the sports of powerlifting and strongman. After several years of competing nationally and internationally, she earned her pro status in the sport of strongman in October 2016. Now, she is back to doing CrossFit training 5 days per week with the addition of heavy lifting and enjoys coaching others and helping them grow stronger, mentally and physically.