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Pam Borg

I currently work as a full time freelance trainer giving fitness classes at Freemyme and coaching CrossFit and personal training at Crossfit356. I am passionate about inspiring others to lead an active and well balanced lifestyle, as I truly believe that this is the first step to feeling great both physically and mentally.

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Q&A with Pam

We asked all of our athletes a couple of questions to get to know them better. Check them out for yourself!

  • How many days per week do you train?

    6 days, 5 days strength and conditioning sessions and the 6th day active recovery, long swim or a run and stretch.

  • What is your approach to dieting?

    Well balanced, whatever my body digests well

  • How long is an average workout?

    2 hours which will include both weight and cardiio.

  • Training alone or with a partner?

    Prefer training with a partner.

  • What is your favourite thing to do on a rest day?

    Go to the beach, go see a concert or live performance.

  • If you could achieve anything you dreamt of in your sport, what would it be?

    Go to the CrossFit Games of course!

  • What is your go-to race day / competition song?

    Anything drum and bass.

  • If you could have dinner with one athlete / olympian (dead or alive), who would it be and why?

    Katrina Davidsdottir / Jamie Greene (can’t choose sorry ). They are both amazing in Crossfit, well rounded athletes in all fields and perform everything with such poise and grace. #GOALS!!

  • Use three words that, in your opinion, describe the charactaristics of a champion.

    Disciplined, Driven, Strong Minded

  • If you could use one short sentence to motivate someone, what would you say?

    Progress over Perfection : Focus on the Little Wins

Pam's Story

I started my fitness journey when enrolling for a National Diploma in Sports Coaching & Development at MCAST in Malta. Here I had the opportunity to study most disciplines in sport. I then moved to London to read a Degree in Contemporary Dance where alongside my studies I also worked as a freelance personal trainer and gym instructor, gaining a good amount of exposure to the industry.

After moving back from London I fell in love with CrossFit and Functional Fitness and have been incorporating this into my own training and coaching since.

I have also been competing both locally and internationally in CrossFit for the past 6 years. Together with my teammate Christina Grima won The Underworld Games in February 2019 and February 2020.