Obstacles

Below is a video of the women’s obstacle course from the CrossFit Games!!! Obstacles, how can we overcome them?! Here is a link with some ideas by My Supercharged Life, you can read the entire article here! 1.  Troubleshoot and diagnose the root cause The quickest way to solve any Read more…

Inspiration

This is one of my favorite events of the Games this past weekend.  I am sure there were tons of other inspiring moments, I happened to be present for this one. Let me set up the situation.  This was the final event of the team division where the top six teams competed Read more…

CrossFit

So what is CrossFit? This is the question most asked by outsiders. Definition of outsiders= people who do not do CrossFit. Definition of CrossFit= Best workout of your life, rinse and repeat every day. But seriously, what makes CrossFit different from any other workout program that mixes intensity with exercises? For starters Read more…

Be Inspired!

This 61 year old woman, Sue,  flips a 400Lb tire. What an inspiration to never give up and to stay healthy. Sunday’s WOD: compare to 3/26 6 Rounds: each round is AMRAP in 3 minutes w/ 1 min rest between 3 min. rounds 3 Power Clean 6 Push Ups 9 Read more…

The one, the only…Jason

In our first edition of ‘CrossFitter On Fire’ I want to shine the spotlight squarely on Jason. Jason started with us in June during his recovery from knee surgery and has been consistently coming every week since then. And I mean consistently! It is difficult for me to truly express Read more…

Why CrossFit?

        We are into the New Year and resolutions to get into shape and be healthier are fading for some and burning bright for others. The key is to stay motivated. Really highlight your goals and remind yourself of them every time you’d rather go out for a quick fix dinner or Read more…

Jolene Fran

A little inspiration for you. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVBgKB4Gnsw] Thursday’s WOD: “Fight Gone Bad” 1 minute at each station.  Total Reps is score.  1 minute rest between rounds. Wall-ball: 20 pound ball, 10 ft target. (Reps) Snatch high-pull: 75 pounds (Reps) Box Jump: 20″ box (Reps) Push-press: 75 pounds (Reps) Row: calories (Calories)