Officially, the CrossFit Open is phase one of determining “The Fittest on Earth.” For 5 weeks (starting this Thursday) a new workout will be announced live on games.crossfit.com. Affiliates have from then until Monday at 8pm to submit scores. At… Read more »
So, a few months ago I challenged everyone to think about why you started your fitness journey. Knowing why you continue or why you started can be a good thing to have in your pocket when doubt or frustration seeps… Read more »
I led my last New Years blog off with saying that this is a perfect time for reflection. I personally don’t subscribe to resolutions but I do think it is good to take a moment and see how far you… Read more »
Thanksgiving is often seen as a time for family and food. It is also a time for reflection. In a world that always seems so far off from what we know it can be it is good to reflect. The… Read more »
Our new schedule is set to launch in just 2 weeks. With that, I want to give everyone an idea of what that will look like and where we plan to go from here. First, we will monitor attendance at… Read more »
What are some big accomplishments since joining 410? I have been attending the classes consistently since March, dropped three dress sizes and have lost over 50 lbs. But more importantly I have become stronger. I don’t always finish last anymore… Read more »
“If you haven’t satisfied your why, then starting a challenge is inevitably likely going to fail for you. And people blame themselves or they blame the challenge and I think it’s both. I think sometimes it’s just… you’ve chosen something… Read more »
I have had a few questions on what we will be working on next now that the squat cycle is over. To answer that let’s look at where we have been. We have spent the bulk of the last 22… Read more »
Labor Day is usually seen as the end of summer. The last hoorah before school, work and other life responsibilities start to take over. The days start to get noticeably shorter, football starts and pumpkin everything starts to appear. It… Read more »
13 weeks ago we launched our individualized programs. At the time I didn’t know what would be needed for these and made it a pilot run. These programming templates have been a great success. Many people are interested in putting… 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.