We are proud to launch a new style of lifestyle challenge for the summer of 2018 that is open to members and non-members at no charge. Our summer challenge will focus on getting you into a good routine. When does… Read more »
I started a three part series on mindset in April. After a few special blogs it is time to review the final leg of what makes up a successful mindset. Mindset is an established set of attitudes that deliver us… Read more »
“Lenny, is that you?”, is what my dad asked as a visitor walked in on June 7th 2015. Lenny was his older brother who died of pancreatic cancer a year prior. I asked my dad what he said and he… Read more »
Every year on Memorial Day CrossFit gyms across the nation do the workout Murph. It is a challenging workout and pushes people further than they may have thought they were capable of being pushed. We all get excited and look… Read more »
One of our core values at 41o is the idea that things you want require hard work. To have long term and sustainable results you have to put in the work. I think this idea that a 40 hour work… Read more »
There are a few things that go into a productive mindset.We have to have positiviy, we have to put in the work and we have to execute the plan. If one of those things are out of alignment then it… Read more »
The 2018 CrossFit Open comes to an end and as I reflect back on the experience, I could not be more proud of everyone at 410! This is my 4th Open that I’ve participated in and my favorite one by… Read more »
Based on forecast it is supposed to get pretty bad after the sun sets. We are going to cancel the 7pm class. There will still be a 6pm class. Please check facebook and/or your email before coming to class… Read more »
Laura is the first person to do 18.1. She didn’t intend on doing the open and committed at 5:30am and has been crushing it. Linnea… I mean she is giving birth in less than 20 days and is still worried… Read more »
I am considering a future project. It is a somewhat vulnerable endeavor and I am not sure it is for me. But looking at that I see an effort to find blame in the face of defeat. Clinging to anything… 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.