This feels a bit funny, as most of the people that I’d like to read this and take action probably won’t, but here it goes all the same. Post to comments. I love seeing comments from everyone throughout the day, and I want more. Thank you to those of you that post. I encourage you to encourage others. For those of you that read this and don’t post, give it a try. It’s harmless, habit forming fun.
It’s always great reading about progress and PRs while I’m away from the gym, even if it’s only for a few hours. Without the comments I wouldn’t have known about Jen K. and Pope reaching their July goals (5 consecutive pull-ups and a sub 10 minute mile respectively. Congratulations!). The comments are a space for you to share your experiences, build our community, and help the coaches continue to make this the best place we can. Whether it’s a PR, a good WOD story, a funny link, or a useful resource, post to comments.
August 4, 2011
Strength: Front Squat 5-5-5-5-5
5 Curtis P. + Push Presses (55kg/35kg)
10 Bar Facing Burpees
CrossFit Fenway Endurance
Running is a skill. Just as with any other movement in CrossFit, instruction and practice are necessary to improve. The CrossFit Fenway Endurance program is a supplemental, 8 session course that will be held on Saturday mornings at 9 AM, beginning August 20th, and running through early October. This course is for anyone who wants to work to improve their skill. Over the 8 sessions we will cover POSE running technique, and supplementing your CrossFit training with endurance programming. Space is limited, so contact Eric for more information and to reserve your spot.
FIGHT GONE BAD 6: Registration for Fight Gone Bad 6 is open. This year the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and the CrossFit Foundation are benefiting from the fundraising efforts. Sign up and join in this great community event as a part of the CrossFit Fenway team.