Josh’s Top Reasons to Work Out at 6 am

1. More energy throughout the day 2. It’s not hot as &@!!$ 3. No coffee needed after a 15 minute AMRAP 4. Fewer schedule conflicts… less likely to skip a workout. 5. Free Organic Meat….seriously…show up fairly consistently and I will dole some out. 6. After a week it’s easy to get up at 5:20…

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New Tees!

One men’s design (“Nice Jerk”), one women’s design (“Strong Girl”) and one co-ed design (“21-15-9”). All designs come in multiple colors and sizes, and the women’s designs also come in multiple styles (tanks, tees, and long-sleeved baseball tees). $25 each. Here’s a preview: One free tee-shirt goes to each of the following people, who submitted…

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The Open WOD #1

On Friday many of you tried out a scaled version of the CF Games Open workout #1. On Saturday, nine CFSR athletes will complete the prescribed workout for an official score which will be submitted for Regional qualification. It’s the overall standings after six weeks and six workouts that will count – this is just…

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For that “junky shoulder”

Please note that the purpose of the mobility work is for you to have a toolbox of exercises and stretches that you know work for you and especially for your problems areas. Try the exercises as they’re posted, and then return on a regular basis to the ones that seem to benefit you most. With…

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2011 CF Games Open starts this week

The first CrossFit Games were held in summer 2007 on a dusty private ranch in Aromas, California near Gilroy – practically our backyard. With the tremendous growth of the sport of CrossFit, the Games have grown – more athletes (from all over the world) and more events. The Games continued each summer at ‘The Ranch’…

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No Bueno/Si, Bueno!

We tell you to maintain your lumbar curve when moving weight, but don’t overextend your back. The picture on the left shows this overextension – no bueno! My sister-in-law calls it “duck butt” and you can see why. Might look sexy but it’s no good for your back. When moving and holding weight overhead, pull…

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