In college, Stephane Rochet got up at 3:30 in the morning to help out at Ohio University's weight room with Ethan Reeve, who was the strength coach."Just one of the lucky breaks in my life," Rochet says. "(He) was an absolute genius."He adds: "That's when I knew this is what I wanted to do."Today, Rochet is the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of San Diego and part of CrossFit's Level 1 Seminar Staff."This is like a dream job," he says.With a busy work schedule, Rochet has been focused on ensuring he spends enough time with his two young sons."There's a lot of things I miss," he explains. "I just want to find a balance with that."Rochet has one big family trip per year and also spends time in the evening playing with his sons."We do not have a rule about balls in the house. There's been a bunch of things broken. That's fine," he says.The multitalented Rochet is also a member of Coach Mike Burgener's staff for the CrossFit Olympic Lifting Trainer Course.
no problem. good luck with the family, only gets harder when the kids start growing up
this was a meaningful video. this is my first year as a fulltime college strength coach and i recently got married so it is positive to see a professional balance family and this business which requires alot of time. God bless you and your family
That's a very worthwhile comment, Jay. Thanks for your solid contribution in making the world a better place. Good luck with your teams this season!
crossfit isnt s&c