Stacy Bosman is the owner and founder of Girls RX’d. She has been bringing her all at Mount Baker CrossFit for over four years. In 2011 she decided to up her game and become a CrossFit Level 1 Certified Trainer, CrossFit Kids Trainer, and Olympic Weightlifting Trainer. Stacy lives and breathes CrossFit; working to train harder and faster and coaching and encouraging others to do the same. When not lifting, coaching, and sweating at CrossFit, you can find her running, biking or enjoying time with family and friends.
The brand name, Girls RX’d is inspired by the female athletes PRing the WOD’s everyday at Mt. Baker CrossFit in Mount Vernon, Washington. Stacy had been searching for a team name that represented the hard working, heavy lifting, hardcore females that rock it every day in the BOX when inspiration struck and Girls RX’d was born. She ran with it, and developed it as a brand name. She has been designing apparel that can be worn by female athletes in the Box, who also want to look stylish promoting the SPORT OF FITNESS outside the BOX. All of the Girls RX’d apparel is made in the USA and is functional for both conquering the WOD and life.
Alexis Franklin is the Girls RX'd Manager and a CrossFit Warrior Princess. Alexis has worked out at Mount Baker CrossFit for seven years and also is a yoga instructor at the facility (helping CrossFitters find thier zen and strech it out) and a local studio in the area. She enjoys most WOD’s, especially ones using kettlebells. Alexis met Stacy at Mount Baker CrossFit, and between rope climbs, pull-ups, and deadlifts, they become friends. Stacy sought creative insight from Alexis (because she is pretty awesome) regarding brand development, which eventually led to Alexis’ involvement in Girls RX’d. When not sweating at CrossFit, practicing yoga or coming up with new ideas for Girls RX’d, Alexis works as a fulltime environmental planner, enjoys being outside, and spending time with very cool people. Alexis lives in Mount Vernon, Washington with her two pugs.
Photos courtesy of Holli Collins Photography and Kristoffer Arestol-Photography