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Jacob Davidson

CrossFit/SWIFT/Personal Trainer


Email: Instagram: @jacobd15

Continuing Education & Experience

CrossFit Level 1
CrossFit Scaling Course

One Word To Describe Yourself


Name One Subject you are Passionate About

Empowering people to be the best version of themselves.

Why I am AWESOME! (Self brag)

I first found CrossFit as a Freshman at IUPUI. Leading up to finding CrossFit, my “fitnessing” was limited to running, bicep curls, and of course….BENCH PRESS. I have a very addictive personality so once I got a taste I could not get enough.

The day I signed up for a membership at CrossFit NapTown was the same day I started working in exchange for my membership. After getting my butt kicked by what I consider the best coaching staff in the Midwest (no bias here…), I jumped at the opportunity to become part of CrossFit NapTown’s coaching staff.

I started as an 18-year-old kid mopping the floor and taking out the trash. Fast forward a couple of years and I am contributing to the growth of NapTown Fitness.

“How you do anything is how you do everything.”

What I bring to the table!

As I mentioned above, “dedicated is one word I use to describe myself.” I am dedicated to the CrossFit methodology, the business of CrossFit NapTown, each class I lead, and every athlete that I coach.

I was once told by a coach that I look up to very much, “An athlete should never leave your class wanting more.” I challenge myself to add value to every class and athlete I coach. I strive to do this by making each athlete in my class feel like they are the only athlete in my class.

Why Fitness and Health?

Studies show that people who make the change for a healthier lifestyle will have the same impact on others they are close to. By helping one individual change to a healthier lifestyle, that person will likely go home and recruit someone else. A cycle has then been created to promote health and fitness.

I believe people want to be healthy. They just need support and guidance. I want to be that support and guidance.