For The Love of …
For The Love of …
Welcome to shutupWORK.
SHUTUPWORK IS AN ETHOS.
It is a training community for those that want to be more fit, to be healthier,
and for those that want to enjoy the ride.
It is for those that are done talking about being better,
for those that are ready to start working at being better.
shutupWORK programs are tailor made by experts.
They are designed by coaches and trainers who have decades of experience helping others become better.
They are professional guides who base their reputation on real results.
But shutupWORK isn’t just about the physical results,
IT’S ABOUT THE ADVENTURE, THE JOURNEY, IT’S ABOUT LOVING THE PROCESS.
Train with passion.
Fitness is more than just looking good,
Fitness is about the love of adventure.
“If you can’t love your body AND the food you eat, then what’s the point?”
Erin Blevins is the founder of shutupEAT and shutupWORK. Her humble beginning into food started in her youth as a reoccurring assistant to her highly decorated-chef father. She found a natural way to blend her love of outdoor sports, training, and bikini wearing with baking, cooking, and enjoying delicious meals – by mastering techniques related to training and nutrition. Her skill as a personal chef and nutritional ninja have been used at the highest level, including the transformation of actor, Henry Cavill into Superman for the wildly anticipated blockbuster: Justice League.
Her organic approach to coaching others into a positive self-image is through a special blend of hard physical training, intuitive tasty eating, and a wholesome love of adventure. Erin resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she works as a coach, chef, and self-proclaimed bikini enthusiast.
Josh Cook is a performance coach. He has a BS in Exercise and Sport from the University of Utah, a CSCS and ISSA certification. After years of honing the craft of weightlifting and receiving an Advanced Weightlifting Coach certification from USAW, he set the Masters State record in the Snatch, Clean & Jerk, and total. Josh is a CrossFit Level-1 certified coach, and the head coach and director of programming at C2X CrossFit in Salt Lake City, Utah. Josh uses his extensive education in the field of CrossFit and weightlifting to help make the art of lifting weight less intimidating, more applicable to other sports, and to help create a “platform culture” – dedicated to spreading the love of the sport. Josh is able to program and coach on an individual basis, apply high level lifting programs to both endurance and conditioning programs, as well as dedicate remote programming that still considers individual limitations of strength.
Zach has a BS from the University of Utah in Exercise Science, with a minor in nutrition. He holds coaching certifications from NASM as a Performance Enhancement Specialist and USA cycling as a level 3 cycling coach. Zach grew up wrestling through high school before he made his transition to cycling and triathlon, competing in anything from a sprint to a half ironman distance. Zach has experience working with a wide variety of populations through many different fitness domains including endurance training, strength and conditioning, weight loss, injury prevention, and wellness coaching. Currently Zach is participating in road cycling, mountain bike racing, running, using functional strength and conditioning to support them all, Zach loves the challenge and the adventure of pushing himself in remote races around the world, like Leadville 100 and the Ultimate cycling challenge, but enjoys equally the satisfaction in that first sip of beer after a hard event.
Darcie has made fitness a top priority, even as a mother to 6 children. Running was always the most accessible form of fitness, as she could strap a child or two into a jogging stroller and go… and because of that, she found herself running many races including the Boston Marathon. She found CrossFit and Olympic weightlifting as a motivating force after her 6th baby was born in 2011. She loved the tight-knit culture but also the intensity and struggle that always left her wanting to better herself. This search for improvement led her to explore the world of nutrition, it didn’t take long before the combined practice of diet and training had her competing along side and beating some of the best athletes in the world.
Darcie has competed as an individual at Crossfit Games Southwest regionals as an individual competitor in 2013 and 2014, and at South Regionals in 2015 and on a team in 2017. She has competed on a national level in weightlifting and at a world level in masters weightlifting. She has been a head coach at CrossFit Hyperion for 5 years with her CFL1 and CFL2, as well as a USAW Level 1. Darcie has a passion for fitness and is driven by challenging herself and those she coaches everyday to push through preconceived limitations, what interests her most with her clients and with herself is discovering the human body’s true capacities and potential.
Maggie has a Chemistry and Law Degree from the University of Auckland, in New Zealand. Despite her academic leanings she has always fostered a love of fitness and well-being. Her passion intensified when she began CrossFit several years ago, which helped her truly appreciate what her body could do. Her love of learning and her passion for fitness led her to a path of becoming the best version of herself; by learning how food can impact health, performance, and energy. As her knowledge increased, she began to transform her body; not only getting leaner but feeling amazing while doing so. This sparked a burning desire to not only learn more but to also share with others what has become a lifelong pursuit. Maggie believes in nutrition as a lifestyle, a synergistic balance between nutrient intake and enjoying the foods she loves (cheesecake!). Her education gives a deep knowledge-base in which to apply nutrition and her own journey has highlighted that a little passion and a lot of fun can pave the way to a healthy and happy life.
Fit enough to explore it.
Fit enough to love it.