Lindsey Adkins

I began an internship with Outlaw Crossfit (formerly Crossfit Alexandria) back in May 2008. This internship was a requirement to fulfill my Exercise Science degree at Virginia Commonwealth University. It wasn’t long before I found a comfortable niche in the Crossfit community, not just as an athlete, but as a coach. I love to see clients accomplish goals that they would not have otherwise reached on their own for whatever reason. In addition to staying on with the Outlaw coaching staff, I also had an opportunity to lead some crossfit groups at Andrews Air Force Base for a couple years, which was a great learning experience for working with large groups. My degree led me to a life of personal training outside of Crossfit as well, but I have always been an advocate for the training principals
Crossfit has, and have been a witness to the strong physical/mental adaptations that it brings to people’s lives. In addition to helping others improve their quality of life through health and fitness, I am also a Firefighter/EMT for Alexandria City.

My ultimate goal for being a trainer at Outlaw Crossfit is to help clients make a positive lifestyle change through instruction, motivation, and example.

Certifications: B.S. Exercise Science/Concentration Applied Health Sciences, CrossFit Level 1 Certified, NSCA-CPT (Certified Personal Trainer), KettleBell Concepts, CPR/AED Certified, EMT Certificate through National Registry

Benchmarks: 2k Row – 8:02; Snatch – 130; Power Clean and Jerk-175; Deadlift – 335; Low Bar Back Squat – 285; Helen-9:25

Athletic background: Soccer since I was a kid until high school, 3 years cross country and 4 years indoor and outdoor track in high school (competed in high jump, long jump, and running events-anywhere from the 200m sprint to the mile).


Recovery at the 2012 MidAtlantic Crossfit Regionals