Yesterday the CrossFit workout at Octane CrossFit was called Helen meets Karen. It was three rounds and included: 400m run, 21 kettle bell swings, 12 pull-ups, and 50 wall balls with a thirty minute time cap. That translated into 150 wall balls–intensive squatting. Today we performed Jackie: 1000m row, 50 thrusters, 30 pull-ups for time.
A year has passed since I joined Octane CrossFit. In the beginning I couldn’t finish most of the workouts within the time caps and many of the elements were obscure because of mobility issues in my shoulders.
By Jeff Geyer Before I joined CrossFit I was an ever-less frequent canal jogger in Phoenix, Arizona. In high school and early college I wrestled (112 pound weight class) and dabbled in football and other sports and—how shall I say it—mind altering substances but I left that lifestyle behind me in 1988. Just before my
From the editor, Peter Delannoy: The Truth About CrossFit and Baby Boomers: The goal of Boomer 100 is to inspire baby boomers to become more active, seek adventure, travel, and to try things that they have never done before. One of the key, underlying factors in living a long healthy life is a concern for
In three days I turn 59 and as a gift to myself I want to complete the workout called Murph…
“Sometimes things in life coalesce to a point where you realize a deeper truth…
“Scale Don’t Fail” Lynette Doele
“No pain, no gain.”
“You want to live? Come with me!”
Reach for the sky!