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We made it through another cycle! We’re pulling back on the reigns this week and deloading – we will still have a strength component in class, but the emphasis will be on Olympic weightlifting technique, not necessarily all out strength and power. If you’ve been lifting hard and WOD’ing over the past few weeks, now’s […]

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17 Sep Posted by in CrossFit Attitude | Comments

Why do you train?

Our Why board has been up for a few weeks now and it’s gotten some great responses! Hopefully it got you thinking about what gets you in the gym – what are your goals? Do you play a sport? For your kids/grandkids? For GAINZ? It’s easy to lose sight of why we train, especially when […]

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21 Aug Posted by in CrossFit Attitude | Comments

Why?

Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Train (Or do anything) Check out the new whiteboard that we have put  up in the gym.  The idea is to have people consider their motivations, what they were doing, why they were doing it, and as a result assess their commitment to it. The questions are simple but […]

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20 Aug Posted by in CrossFit Attitude | Comments

Are You an Athlete or an Exerciser?

Graham sent me a great article from Catalyst Athletics about the difference between an athlete and an exercises.  I thought it was a very interesting read and something that everyone should think about.  Thanks Graham! Read at your leisure…. By Greg Everett “Before you even say it, no, the title isn’t a jab at CrossFitters. […]

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27 Jan Posted by in CrossFit Attitude | Comments

Why do you CrossFit?

I found this article from Tabata Times and thought it was fitting as we are reaching the competition season in CrossFit…. Competitive Much? Remember We Do This for Fun by TARYN HAGGERSTONE “I can get really nervous under pressure.” “What pressure?” “When I compete.” “Just think of it as another workout, and have fun.” Hmmm… […]

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