Sheena Lawrick

Sheena Lawrick

  • Member Since: 2010
  • Occupation: Coach
  • Age: 31

About

Certifications:
• OPEX CCP Associate Coach
• Precision Nutrition Certified Coach
• NCSF - National Council on Strength and Fitness
• Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Certification
• AFPA Pre/Post Natal Exercise Specialist
• Bachelors degree - Education and Human Sciences/ Child Development- University of Nebraska
• CrossFit Level 2

Athletic Accomplishments:
• 2014 Alberta Softball Hall of Fame Inductee
• 2012 World Softball Championships- Tournament Leader in Hits (11) .500 avg
• 2012 Named to the TFS All-World Softball team
• 2011 CrossFit Games North Central Region Competitor- top 30 finish
• 2010 World Softball Championships- Bronze medal
• 2010 World Softball Championships- 2nd top hitter (.611 avg)
• 2008 Olympic Games- Beijing, China- 4th place - Softball
• 2004 Olympic Games- Athens, Greece- 5th place - Softball
• 2003 Nebraska Softball Lifter of the Year (strength and conditioning)
• 2002 Women’s College World Series- 5th place- University of Nebraska
• 2002 Athletic Softball Scholarship – University of Nebraska (4 years)

Sheena found Windy City through her Canadian softball teammate, Lauren Regula. Lauren and Sheena competed together representing Canada in 2 Olympic games. After years of softball training, Lauren introduced her to Justin Marcis. Sheena was drawn to Windy City's programming style that allowed her to have fun, compete and stay healthy after her softball career was over.

Today, strength training is Sheena's passion—training the "big lifts" and chasing new personal records. She loves being on team of dedicated coaches, committed to helping individuals achieve their goals. Sheena shares Windy City's belief that nutrition is the foundation to any health and fitness program and the quality of our health determines the quality of our lives. This belief drives her to seek nutrition education and knowledge as a passion. She loves challenging clients to push their limits and achieve things they never thought possible—both physically and mentally.