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- #Repost @crossfit ・・・ We have observed that nearly every measurable value of health can be placed on a continuum that ranges from sickness to wellness to fitness. - Done right, fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Where you find otherwise, examine the fitness protocol, especially diet. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” Sickness, wellness, and fitness are measures of the same entity. A fitness regimen that does not support health is not CrossFit. - 📝 From the CrossFit Level 1 Training Guide | #CrossFit @cfceo @CrossFitTraining
- #Repost @crossfit ・・・ We have observed that nearly every measurable value of health can be placed on a continuum that ranges from sickness to wellness to fitness. - Done right, fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Where you find otherwise, examine the fitness protocol, especially diet. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” Sickness, wellness, and fitness are measures of the same entity. A fitness regimen that does not support health is not CrossFit. - 📝 From the CrossFit Level 1 Training Guide | #CrossFit @cfceo @CrossFitTraining
- #Repost @crossfit ・・・ We have observed that nearly every measurable value of health can be placed on a continuum that ranges from sickness to wellness to fitness. - Done right, fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Where you find otherwise, examine the fitness protocol, especially diet. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” Sickness, wellness, and fitness are measures of the same entity. A fitness regimen that does not support health is not CrossFit. - 📝 From the CrossFit Level 1 Training Guide | #CrossFit @cfceo @CrossFitTraining
- Friday we will be coming together as a community to honor a beloved member of @crossfitsouthie Justin Poitras. Justin was a former marine and a Boston Firefighter. He died July, 4th 2018 from a head injury he sustained in a collision when riding his motorcycle. Justin has saved 6 lives with his healthy, thriving organs that were donated shortly after his passing. It all starts off with a tribute bike ride. Justin LOVED heavy deadlifts and also liked workouts with basic bodyweight movements that he did in the marines- strict pull-ups and push-ups. The sandbag is to signify running with a load of firefighter gear. Please donate to his Go Fund Me page to help his family with the unexpected expenses. Link in bio
- Friday we will be coming together as a community to honor a beloved member of @crossfitsouthie Justin Poitras. Justin was a former marine and a Boston Firefighter. He died July, 4th 2018 from a head injury he sustained in a collision when riding his motorcycle. Justin has saved 6 lives with his healthy, thriving organs that were donated shortly after his passing. It all starts off with a tribute bike ride. Justin LOVED heavy deadlifts and also liked workouts with basic bodyweight movements that he did in the marines- strict pull-ups and push-ups. The sandbag is to signify running with a load of firefighter gear. Please donate to his Go Fund Me page to help his family with the unexpected expenses. Link in bio
- Friday we will be coming together as a community to honor a beloved member of @crossfitsouthie Justin Poitras. Justin was a former marine and a Boston Firefighter. He died July, 4th 2018 from a head injury he sustained in a collision when riding his motorcycle. Justin has saved 6 lives with his healthy, thriving organs that were donated shortly after his passing. It all starts off with a tribute bike ride. Justin LOVED heavy deadlifts and also liked workouts with basic bodyweight movements that he did in the marines- strict pull-ups and push-ups. The sandbag is to signify running with a load of firefighter gear. Please donate to his Go Fund Me page to help his family with the unexpected expenses. Link in bio
- Dear CrossFit, This June we celebrated six years together. I know, right? I just wanted to drop that baby weight and get back in my skinny jeans. I had no idea what I was in for. Six years! Time flies so fast I didn’t even notice how much you were doing for me. All those gains can go unnoticed as I rush to and from class on my lunch hour. But lucky for both of us I have recorded every single WOD, every single lift, every single benchmark and every single HERO we have ever done together. Want a trip down memory lane? Back in January 2013 we had our first 1 RM back squat at 120#. I remember flying home to brag to my husband about this. “ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY POUNDS!!!” I bellowed. (Current 1 RM 205… bellowed when we did that too.) Who could forget our first RX Annie! Remember how I had to do the dubs one at a time? (Remember how many f bombs were hurled?) That was also in January 2013 and we clocked in at 20:01. (I can currently do 2.5 Annie’s in this same time.) Oh, of course there is always the Open. Remember 16.4? 55 reps of everything? Oh boy. Even Nicole Vera screaming in my face could not get me off the rower in time for the handstand push ups. We got to 142 reps. Then in 2017 Dave Castro made me do it again! Vera again screamed in my face, and we got closer to the HSPUs but alas, fell short at 152 reps. Then this year Jared made me do it YET AGAIN. And guess what? We did it! Nicole screamed at me on the way out the door, so that definitely played a part, and you and me and those three years of fitness got us to the HSPU portion! TWO WHOLE HSPU REPS for a total of 167! “CrossFit f*cking WORKS!!!” I bellowed. I am writing this to you not so you will tell me how proud you are of all of this work, and not to remind myself that I have yet to hit that 205 BS since that one time, but to say that if I hadn’t written it all down, I’m not sure I would think that anything had happened. I’m not sure I’d believe how much progress I have made. In fact, I didn’t even notice how much my baseline of fitness had increased until I recently brought my 17 year old cousin to see you. • • • continued below • • •
- Dear CrossFit, This June we celebrated six years together. I know, right? I just wanted to drop that baby weight and get back in my skinny jeans. I had no idea what I was in for. Six years! Time flies so fast I didn’t even notice how much you were doing for me. All those gains can go unnoticed as I rush to and from class on my lunch hour. But lucky for both of us I have recorded every single WOD, every single lift, every single benchmark and every single HERO we have ever done together. Want a trip down memory lane? Back in January 2013 we had our first 1 RM back squat at 120#. I remember flying home to brag to my husband about this. “ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY POUNDS!!!” I bellowed. (Current 1 RM 205… bellowed when we did that too.) Who could forget our first RX Annie! Remember how I had to do the dubs one at a time? (Remember how many f bombs were hurled?) That was also in January 2013 and we clocked in at 20:01. (I can currently do 2.5 Annie’s in this same time.) Oh, of course there is always the Open. Remember 16.4? 55 reps of everything? Oh boy. Even Nicole Vera screaming in my face could not get me off the rower in time for the handstand push ups. We got to 142 reps. Then in 2017 Dave Castro made me do it again! Vera again screamed in my face, and we got closer to the HSPUs but alas, fell short at 152 reps. Then this year Jared made me do it YET AGAIN. And guess what? We did it! Nicole screamed at me on the way out the door, so that definitely played a part, and you and me and those three years of fitness got us to the HSPU portion! TWO WHOLE HSPU REPS for a total of 167! “CrossFit f*cking WORKS!!!” I bellowed. I am writing this to you not so you will tell me how proud you are of all of this work, and not to remind myself that I have yet to hit that 205 BS since that one time, but to say that if I hadn’t written it all down, I’m not sure I would think that anything had happened. I’m not sure I’d believe how much progress I have made. In fact, I didn’t even notice how much my baseline of fitness had increased until I recently brought my 17 year old cousin to see you. • • • continued below • • •
- Dear CrossFit, This June we celebrated six years together. I know, right? I just wanted to drop that baby weight and get back in my skinny jeans. I had no idea what I was in for. Six years! Time flies so fast I didn’t even notice how much you were doing for me. All those gains can go unnoticed as I rush to and from class on my lunch hour. But lucky for both of us I have recorded every single WOD, every single lift, every single benchmark and every single HERO we have ever done together. Want a trip down memory lane? Back in January 2013 we had our first 1 RM back squat at 120#. I remember flying home to brag to my husband about this. “ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY POUNDS!!!” I bellowed. (Current 1 RM 205… bellowed when we did that too.) Who could forget our first RX Annie! Remember how I had to do the dubs one at a time? (Remember how many f bombs were hurled?) That was also in January 2013 and we clocked in at 20:01. (I can currently do 2.5 Annie’s in this same time.) Oh, of course there is always the Open. Remember 16.4? 55 reps of everything? Oh boy. Even Nicole Vera screaming in my face could not get me off the rower in time for the handstand push ups. We got to 142 reps. Then in 2017 Dave Castro made me do it again! Vera again screamed in my face, and we got closer to the HSPUs but alas, fell short at 152 reps. Then this year Jared made me do it YET AGAIN. And guess what? We did it! Nicole screamed at me on the way out the door, so that definitely played a part, and you and me and those three years of fitness got us to the HSPU portion! TWO WHOLE HSPU REPS for a total of 167! “CrossFit f*cking WORKS!!!” I bellowed. I am writing this to you not so you will tell me how proud you are of all of this work, and not to remind myself that I have yet to hit that 205 BS since that one time, but to say that if I hadn’t written it all down, I’m not sure I would think that anything had happened. I’m not sure I’d believe how much progress I have made. In fact, I didn’t even notice how much my baseline of fitness had increased until I recently brought my 17 year old cousin to see you. • • • continued below • • •
- In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. This workout was one of Mike's favorites and he'd named it "Body Armor". From here on it will be referred to as "Murph" in honor of the focused warrior and great American who wanted nothing more in life than to serve this great country and the beautiful people who make it what it is. Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run. If you've got a twenty pound vest or body armor, wear it.
- In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. This workout was one of Mike's favorites and he'd named it "Body Armor". From here on it will be referred to as "Murph" in honor of the focused warrior and great American who wanted nothing more in life than to serve this great country and the beautiful people who make it what it is. Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run. If you've got a twenty pound vest or body armor, wear it.
- In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, N.Y., who was killed in Afghanistan June 28th, 2005. This workout was one of Mike's favorites and he'd named it "Body Armor". From here on it will be referred to as "Murph" in honor of the focused warrior and great American who wanted nothing more in life than to serve this great country and the beautiful people who make it what it is. Partition the pull-ups, push-ups, and squats as needed. Start and finish with a mile run. If you've got a twenty pound vest or body armor, wear it.

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