Andrew is a friend of mine from high school. To this day, I still think he is one of the funniest people I have ever met. He was someone who could have the entire room laughing with his outrageous sense… Read more »
Strength: Back Squat 6 Reps @ 67% 3 Reps @ 72% 6 Reps @ 67% 3 Reps @ 77% 6 Reps @ 67% 3 Reps @ 82% Rest 2:00 between sets. Conditioning (15:00 Cap) 5 Rounds: 10 Power Cleans (135/95)… Read more »
By: Gary Ostroski And just like that another CrossFit Open has come and gone. Most would say that this year’s had a different feel but most things change over time. What didn’t change was the support the community gave to… Read more »
EMOM 16 1: Jump Rope 2: :45 Plank 3: Push Up 4: 12 DB Snatch
By; Sam Stuart – CFL2 I’ve been doing CrossFit for roughly 6 years and I still struggle with self-doubts and negative thoughts at times. I recently found myself making excuses for not doing as well as I wanted to or… Read more »
Here is your one stop shop for everything Open at 410! If you don’t know what the Open is read Coach Sam’s blog from a few weeks ago. This blog is to tell you how classes and competition will play… Read more »
Mike Came to us in what we would call fairly good shape. That is to say he didn’t appear to be unhealthy. A true story of just because you look healthy doesn’t mean you are healthy. While the physical transformation… Read more »
WHAT IS THE CROSSFIT OPEN? By: Sam Stuart In short, The Open is a series of in house community WOD’s that just happen to be performed by the world. The Open lasts for five weeks and consists of five workouts…. Read more »
Another year has come and gone. And while nothing really changes at midnight it is a good marker to reflect on where we are, where we’ve been and where we want to be. It is easy to get caught up… Read more »
Having a process for establishing and measuring goals is an important part of development and progress in any given venture. Whether it be life goals, business goals or fitness goals having them outlined is important. Many people struggle with goal… Read more »
“Murph”For time:1 mile Run100 Pull-ups200 Push-ups300 Squats1 mile Run
In memory of Navy Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy, 29, of Patchogue, NY, who was killed in Afghanistan June 28, 2005. A United States Navy SEAL officer, Murphy was awarded the U.S. military’s highest decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his actions during the War in Afghanistan. His other posthumous awards include the Silver Star Medal (which was later upgraded to the Medal of Honor) and the Purple Heart.
First Heat Begins at 10am. Cookout to follow.