About Kim Lambiase
I started CrossFit during the summer of 2012. A marathoner turned regular ‘globo’ gym goer I found myself a little lost, getting more and more bored (aka lazy) with the gym. Although I was playing soccer a few days a week and experimenting with spinning, kickboxing, and P90X I was inconsistent, at best, and looking for the next ‘thing’ to try to keep me motivated. I had vaguely heard about CrossFit in the past and researched some local affiliates in the area and decided to give it a try. From the first day I stepped into Maxability I knew I had found something special. The atmosphere, community, and energy in the gym was unlike anything I had seen or experienced and after surviving the first WOD Tim put me through I was humbled, and hooked. With a system that preaches ‘Routine is the enemy’, it’s impossible to get bored with the workouts and that’s exactly what I love about CrossFit. Each day is something different, and the minute you think you’ve become proficient at a movement the sport evolves and you find yourself continually working on new skills.
Being involved with sports from a young age, I’ve always had a propensity for sharing fitness and nutrition tips with others. From advising co-workers how to be more active to helping a friend PR a race, I’ve always found helping others towards a healthier lifestyle incredibly rewarding. As a coach at Maxability I’m able to do what I’m most passionate about – work out with my friends, and hopefully have a positive impact on their fitness, and day. My goal as a coach is to make sure every person gets the most out of the hour they’ve dedicated to spend in the gym. I’m fully aware how demanding balancing work/family/life can be and appreciate that someone has carved an hour out of their day to improve themselves. Having seen what CrossFit has done for me and others at Maxability, I’m positive that whether your goal is to become a professional athlete, go to the Games, or fit into those jeans from last summer and regain your self-confidence – this is the place for you!
5x Half Marathon Finisher
2x Marathon Finisher
3rd Place Women’s Rx Division – 2015 Garden State Open
CrossFit Level 1
Handstand Push-ups, Double Unders, Snatches
Least Favorite Movements:
Wall balls, Deadlifts, ski erg
Recent Articles By Kim Lambiase
Date posted: August 4, 2015
Posted in: Blog
Of all movements we see programmed in CrossFit there is one in particular that is unrivaled in its demand of Strength, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance, and Accuracy. I’m talking about the crème de la crème of barbell movements – the Snatch.Read More