Category: News & Events

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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6 Year Anniversary – CrossFit Tigard

CrossFit Tigard – PAW is celebrating 6 years of awesome workouts & good people. Saturday, May 12th Schedule of events: 10am-11am: workout 11am-1pm: Social Time! Food/Beverage to be Provided, Awards will be Presented, Open Championship Banner will be Raised, and Fun will be Had. Please RSVP to out Facebook Event, so we can order enough …
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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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