Competing in the Olympics, CS Creative-style

Competing in the Olympics, CS Creative-style

Competing in the Olympics, design-styleThe most physically demanding part of our job here at CS Creative may be rearranging chairs in the conference room, but that doesn’t mean that we’re not inspired by all the amazing athletes currently competing in London. (Go, USA!)

We did a quick in-house poll recently and found that we actually have quite a few jocks among us. So, in the spirit of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, we’ve decided to share with you how our team stays in shape and decompresses after a long day at work.

Over the next few weeks, as we cheer on the athletes sweating it out in London, we’ll be running profiles about our own A-Team staff and their favorite sporting activities. So sit back, grab some popcorn and pop open a beer. Let the Games begin!

First up is Maryjane Stuckey, Office Manager and Production Artist.

What sport or physical activity do you participate in and enjoy most on a regular basis?

Treadmill dancing.

How did you get started?

I got flabby, and walking/jogging are boring. Plus, I love to dance.

Have you ever competed?

Only against my laziness.

Why did you choose this sport/activity?

The treadmill is downstairs.

How often do you engage in this activity?

1-2 times per week.

Are you planning on watching any part of the Olympics?


If you could participate in any Olympic sport at the Olympics or at the professional level, what would it be?

If I could do figure skating without permanently injuring myself (I’ve already broken one wrist while ice skating), I’d love that.

Well, there you have it, folks! Let’s see if we can make treadmill dancing an Olympic sport. Since it’s already a YouTube sensation and pop-culture phenomenon, we see no reason why it can’t be.

Stay tuned for the next Olympic profiles!