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Meet Krypton's New Head Coach: Caroline Spencer

We are so excited to welcome Caroline and Austin Spencer to our coaching crew at Krypton. Caroline will be Krypton's new head coach so you will be seeing her a lot at the gym! Caroline was on Team Krypton at the CrossFit Games this year (2023) with Alec, Ben and Erin. We are so glad she loved Virginia so much that they decided to make the move here from Maine.


Caroline started CrossFit in 2013 and has been coaching since 2014! Before CrossFit, she was a competitive cheerleader and just enjoyed being active. Outside of the gym she loves spending time with her husband, Austin, and their two dogs, Dallas and Loki. Being a part of the CrossFit community has been so rewarding and she is looking forward to continue on her journey with us at Krypton!


Next up, 10 questions with Caroline:

  1. Favorite CrossFit Movement: Anything on the rig or the rings.

  2. Favorite Benchmark/Hero Workout: Fran, but heavy and with chest to bar!

  3. What is your go-to karaoke song? Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus

  4. When you were younger what was your dream job? Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader! I also wanted to be a surgeon at some point and then quickly realized I would pass out at the sight of a needle!

  5. Favorite Dad Joke: What do you call a pile of cats? A meowntain!

  6. What sweet treat best describes you? Strawberry Shortcake. Looks like there is a lot of mess on the outside, but it's actually quite simple :)

  7. Favorite Movie or TV Show: New Girl

  8. If you had an unlimited supply of something what would it be? New socks!

  9. Whats your walk up song? Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus

  10. What is your greatest win in life, so far? Marrying Austin :)

We are glad you have joined our team and community, Caroline! Welcome! :)







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