Announcing: CFSR Swim Camp!

We’re excited to announce a 6 week Swim Camp for CFSR members, co-sponsored by the Santa Rosa Junior College Athletic Department and taught by SRJC Head Coach and CFSR member Jill McCormick. Jill McCormick is the Head Men’s & Women’s Swim Coach, Head Women’s Water Polo Coach, and a kinesiology instructor at Santa Rosa Junior…

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This Saturday: The Rivertown Classic

Last year CFSR was well-represented at the 2011 Friendly City Open, hosted by Myles Ahead Weightlifting in Rohnert Park. We had four athletes compete and a load of members that came out to cheer them on and check out the sport of weightlifting at a meet right here in our backyard. Click on the link…

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Cleaning Ladies

Members: We sent out a newsletter last week via email. Did you get it? If not, please check your junk mail box. Then add our address so you can get the newsletters in the future.

The Foodee Project: A Beginner’s Guide

This is a guest post from CFSR member Jill McCormick, who shows us how to collect recipes and generate shopping lists using The Foodee Project‘s website. Jill is the Head Coach of the Men’s and Women’s Swim teams and the Women’s Water Polo team at the Santa Rosa Junior College and began training at CFSR…

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March Wrap Up

Congratulations to all the winners of the March Challenge and to everyone who made a PR this month! You can see that the Strength class just finished up a cycle, resulting in lots of Back Squat and Press records. And all those Power Clean bests will help for April’s Monthly Challenge: Clean or Power Clean…

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Friday 3/30

Some dodgeball…

Some toes to the bar…

and some double unders.

Bigger and Better

We’re loving the added space. Expect written information, like the daily program, to be shifted around to different whiteboards after the month is over. While some things may seem nomadic until they find and settle into permanent homes, please ask us if you’re unsure of where something goes or where it is in the first…

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Linkage

We know that many CrossFit affiliates take pride in posting pictures of hands torn up from kipping pull ups or toes-to-bar. We’re not one of them, and here’s why: IT IS NOT “COOL” TO HAVE CHUNKS OF OUR SKIN RIPPED FROM OUR HANDS. Click on that link to read an older but excellent post from…

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