Katrin Davidsdottir looks to always provide positive energy and inspiration to others. Recently, she sent an extremely kind message to uplift all of the women of CrossFit.
Davidsdottir is one of the most recognizable faces in all of CrossFit. She has competed at the CrossFit Games on seven different occasions. Moreover, she managed to win both 2015, and 2016 competitions. This, combined with her generally positive attitude has left her as a fan favorite for many years.
What truly draws fans to Katrin Davidsdottir is not just her skill, but her outlook on life. At every turn of her career, she has looked to offer guidance and inspiration to fans, and other athletes. In fact, she did this yet again, but sending a positive message addressed to all the women of CrossFit. In a lengthy Instagram post, she urged her fellow female competitors to remember that while they compete against each other, they are all in this together.
“Culture has conditioned us to believe that us women are in a constant competition with each other. That ones success is taking away from another. That the “room at the top” or a seat on the board is “the seat” & the only one available.
Reality is: a rising tide lifts all ship. We are BETTER TOGETHER, one womans success is there to INSPIRE & prove possible to anothers, when it is hard we are here to support one another. There is space for us all to succeed. Another success takes NOTHING away from your progression.
It’s easy to get envious, frustrated or even angry at someone when they acomplish something you want. Turn that emotion into belief that YOU TOO CAN, celebrate with her & let it inspire you. The more us women succeed, the better we all will become.
THANKFUL for all the amazing women I have surrounding me 💥❤️✨ @amandajbarnhart is just one of them for me!! #DOTTIR #SUPPORT #INSPIRE #EMPOWER”
It is always nice to see athletes being able to put aside their competitive nature, in order to bring positivity to others. Katrin Davidsdottir is a prime example of a fiercely aggressive athlete, who recognizes that competing is not as important as a community.