Head Coach & GM MC
I started out my career in Human Resources Management with specialties in Immigration Law, Worker’s Compensation, Recruitment, and from there into the investment industry. After having my 3rd child, I decided to shift gears a bit and took a position as a manager at a local health club, because I had always been an athlete and runner and knew I’d enjoy the change of pace. I obtained my NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) and AFAA (Athletics and Fitness Association of America) certifications and added both personal training and group fitness to my job responsibilities at the health club. I instantly had to go part time as a manager and took on training and fitness full time. I knew then I had found my passion and the rewards were priceless in changing lives around me! One day in the summer of 2011, I walked into a local CrossFit box not knowing anything about it, but did it because a friend had told me that “this CrossFit is you MC”, so I went in scared, but curious. I stood in the back corner with my PVC pipe and not a clue what I was doing and just wanting to leave unnoticed. By the time class was done, I had a complete transformation of feelings from fear to feeling of, “this is my home and what an amazing community of people”. I’ve always believed that “Can’t Is Not An Option” so I joined CrossFit that day, went for my Level One certification and began coaching. As a coach and as an athlete I’m passionate about ensuring that each and every athlete executes movements properly and safely, but always specific to their personal needs and abilities. I coach with the intention that every athlete comes into the “box” for one hour and for many different reasons and different needs. I don’t know what they face outside the box walls, so I’ve pledged to always make that one hour the best part of their day, both mentally and physically always giving as much one on one attention possible. The real gift of CrossFit is how it affects athletes in their every day lives in so many positive ways. As their leader, their coach, and an athlete in this amazing Timeless community, I try to prepare our athletes for the “unknown” and show them that they can really do anything if they just believe, and then the magic happens.
Mary Catherine Alexander, “MC”
Timeless CrossFit and Fitness
CrossFit Level 2
CrossFit Level 1
Movement Fix Mobility
CPR, AED American Heart Association
National Academy of Sports Medicine, NASM
– Personal Trainer; specialties in: Special Populations, Seniors, Pre-natal, Youth, Core-Balance, Speed Training
MMA Conditioning Specialist
Athletics and Fitness Association of America, AFAA
– Group Fitness
– Nutrition for Sports and Exercise
– Group Power, Group Step, Body Pump
“Can’t Is Not An Option”
Head Coach, MC
Head Coach & Owner
Registered Dietician, Coach
I’m Megan and I am thrilled to be a part of the Timeless team! I attended college at Georgia Southern University and earned my Bachelor’s of Nutrition and Food Science in 2012. I then returned to Georgia Southern University in 2014 to complete my dietetic internship, with a community emphasis. Soon after, I became a licensed registered dietitian in October 2015. I have a background in counseling for weight loss, athletic performance, and general health. I am also a certified group fitness instructor and I have been teaching a variety of classes for 7 years. In my free time, I enjoy playing tennis, movies, and spending time with family and friends. My nutrition motto is “To Nourish is to Flourish!”
Registered and Licensed Dietitian
AFAA Group Fitness Instructor
CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
I am very passionate about health, fitness, and nutrition. While earning my B.S. in Business Marketing, I also played on the Women’s Rugby Team for UMASS Dartmouth. After college, I moved to the Metrowest area where I found my love for CrossFit. I enjoy coaching a wide range of athletes from those that are just starting out to competitors who need to work on functional strength and skills. I strive to bring out the best in our athletes and to help them realize the true potential that they have.
> Level 1 CrossFit Trainer
> NESTA Lifestyle & Weight Management Coach
> Eat to Perform Nutrition Coach Certification
I started CrossFit in the Spring of 2014. My wife had been involved in CrossFit for about a year and she encouraged me to give it a try. I am currently a school superintendent and my job can be very stressful at times so I needed something to keep me healthy and to deal with stress. After my first class I felt that this was the right program for me. I have always been involved in some type of physical activity, regular workout routines, weightlifting and martial arts. But CrossFit offered varied workouts, with high intensity and a family atmosphere. Very quickly, I found myself in the best shape of my life both physically and mentally. Coaching CrossFit Strike gives me the opportunity to work in CrossFit workouts with striking movements to provide a great functional experience.
- Crossfit Level 1 Certification
I’ve been involved in fitness my entire life, from backyard basketball as a child to athletics in high school and college. At North Attleboro High School (’02), I played football, basketball, and track; While earning my B.S. in Business Administration at Framingham State University (’07) I played football and lacrosse. With structured programs and consistent exercise, I became a much stronger, explosive athlete which helped me reach my greatest potential.
After exploring multiple industries post college, during which I had little motivation to exercise, I found myself being pulled back to fitness. I enrolled at National Personal Training Institute (NPTI) and received a Diploma of Certification in Personal Training and Nutrition Consultant in July ‘13. I then received my Certification in Personal Training from National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). I continue to educate myself in the fitness field, as there is always something new to learn or a different perspective on any given subject.
In May ’13, I suffered a major ankle injury that required reconstruction surgery. With the help of many professionals since the surgery and my own knowledge, I’ve been able to overcome the injury with patience and trusting the process, knowing that not everything will happen on my time table. This whole experience gave me a whole new perspective not only on recovery to exercise again but with life. I have a new found appreciation for overcoming adversity and dealing with things out of your control. It has allowed me to relate on a deeper level with people around me.
In the past 2 years, I have begun competing athletically again in my new found hobby, Obstacle Course Racing! I’ve competed in Spartan Race (15+), Tough Mudder (4), and Savage Race (1).
It is my objective to help clients meet their goals through accountability, direction, motivation, and support. I find no greater joy than leading others to a healthier, more productive lifestyle.
– NPTI Diploma of Certification in Personal Training and Nutrition Consultant
– NASM Certified Personal Trainer
– TRX Suspension Trainer Level 1
– Precision Nutrition Level 1 Sports Nutrition Coach
– Crossfit Level 1 Trainer
– CPR / AED / First Aid