Category: Blog

Snatch Clinic – May 29th

Join us for 90 Minutes of Focus on Snatch and Overhead Squat Technique with Olympic Weightlifting Coach, Missy Franco.   Tues, May 29th, 630pm-8pm. Registration: $25 Registration.   Being coached by someone experienced in competing and coaching at a national level in Weightlifting is one of the best opportunities to improve your lifts. This is …
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6 Lessons in Motivation: Doing work on Your Goals

Do the work.  92% of people don’t accomplish their goals. Otherwise we’d all be rich and have six packs, right? We might start off with a fervor, but before long we hit turbulence, get distracted, or move on to something else. Despite our best intentions, willpower IS an exhaustible resource. Without a solid action plan, goals …
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Murph Prep Course

Prepare to Rock Murph with our 4-week Murph Prep Course.   For the average Crossfitter there are two events that can be relied upon during their training year: The Open and Murph. “Murph” Run 1 Mile 100 Pullups 200 Pushups 300 Squats Run 1 Mile *Wear a weight vest if you have one Wait … …
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How Eating Better Makes You Feel Better


  Nutrition is an individual journey. We owe it to ourselves to determine which foods and what style of eating works best for our bodies. Just like learning any new skill, nutrition takes practice. The goal should be to develop an approach to eating that makes you feel great, maintain a healthy body, and achieve …
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Spring Nutrition Challenge

Lose Bodyfat This Spring with our Spring Nutrition Challenge! CHALLENGE DATES: April 21st – Jun 2nd Includes: Challenge Nutrition Class — Learn Nutrition Basics from Our Nutrition Experts. 6 Week Meal Plan — Take the guess work out of what to eat by following our 6-week meal plan-complete with grocery lists, recipes, and more great …
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No Rep?

For many of us, the CrossFit Open is the first experience receiving or giving a “No Rep”.  Getting a “No Rep” can feel frustrating and discouraging. Giving a “No Rep” can feel intimidating and socially awkward. The good news is they don’t have to be. Athletes who focus on virtuosity embrace “No Reps” as a …
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