Alyssas Perry is an American fitness fanatic who has made the transition to CrossFit from CrossFit Games, and she’s now joining the ranks of the elite.
Perry is joining forces with Tualatin Island Greens, a fitness-focused fitness company founded by two fitness pros who competed in the US CrossFits first season.
Perth, 30, will be working with the company’s CEO and CEO of fitness, Tualatian Island Green, and her husband, Tull, as part of her CrossFit gig.
The pair, who also co-founded Tualatinga Island Green with Perry, told Engadge that they were looking to build a fitness network that “has the potential to change the way people engage with fitness.”
Tualatin is a beautiful island in Northern Georgia, where the sun shines all year round and is home to the largest community of crossfitters in the world.
The islands population, which includes over 5,000 people, is growing and is expected to increase by over 50% by 2020.
Tualatians also enjoy the warm climate, with temperatures in the 80s and 90s and a good sea level in the 90s.
It’s also a perfect place to train because of its location and location close to the US-Georgia border.
“I wanted to bring a lot of CrossFit experience to Tualaton Island Greens and give them the resources they need to make the best CrossFit program in the country,” Perry said.
The two CrossFiters plan to have the first two CrossFITS competitions in Tualatl in January and February, with the final event scheduled for June.
Persey’s Tualatal Island Green training partner is former US Olympian, Tyson Freeland, who is also a coach at Tualatomans gym.
“He’s a super talented athlete and he’s an excellent CrossFit coach,” Tualati Island Green owner Tull Perry said of Freeland.
“He’s been working with me and I’ve been working out with him and he really wants to make Tualatron a top-tier fitness program.”
Perry and Tualattan Island Green will be building a network of top fitness facilities in Tully, Georgia, and have also signed up for an exclusive partnership with a fitness coach to provide a free program on their island.