Monday Mornings are Awesome

WOD   5 Rounds for Time

5/3 Deadlifts  230/80

5 Parrallette Jumps

100 yard Sprint

Anne  80lb  8:18

Todd 230lb 5:50

Great short intense WOD.  Awesome job Anne, you are so much stronger than you think!!!

CrossFit Games 2010

That was an unbelievable weekend of the most insane WOD’s.  I can’t even fathom being able to do 9 WOD’s over the course of 3 days.  CrossFit proved again that this program creates the strongest individuals both physically and mentally.  Unreal.  I am so glad to be a part of this community!

Beach WOD

We are meeting at the Myrtle Street Beach Saturday morning at 8:30am for a great morning workout.  Everyone is welcome.  This workout is for ALL skill levels.  Comeout, bring your friends and family and get exposed to CrossFit.

CrossFit Jax and CrossFit Ponte Vedra

So I went down to Ponte Vedra with the family for a vacation.  Got to hit out of town boxes..it is a CrossFit Rule!!!!  So I went up to CrossFit Jax and joined Megan for a great WOD of 2 pood KBs, abmats, and airsquats.  What a great lady with serious passion for getting people in the best shape.  The next day I drove down to CrossFit Ponte Vedra and joined Andy for some BRUTAL Predator action.  That sled is just a leg destroyer.  Andy has a great thing going!  It is always great to visit other CrossFit Affiliates to see how they run and tricks and tips for workouts and such.

CrossFit Grit and CrossFit Brunswick Team WOD 7/10/2010

Wow, what a great day.  Excelent presentation on eating Paleo by Keith Hand.  Then off to Mallory Park for a brutal team WOD.  There was a ton of work put in during that short 19mins 19secs!!!  The first of hopefully many Saturday WODs together with CrossFit Brunswick.  Keith, you got some real talent there! 

W/U  Jumprope, High knees, power skips, side steps, frankenstien walk, PVC Progression

Skill  Parrallette Shoot Throughs

Team Wod   As a Team complete the following.

100 Burpees

100 Air Squats

500 Jumprope

Treat: While one team member from team A drags 45# sled 50 yards, one member of Team B can start work.  When team A member passes finish line and yells “GO” one Team A member can start work and team B must stop work and remember reps.  As team A is working one team B member drags sled.  When team B member returns to finish line and yells “GO”, team A must stop work and remember reps then drag sled as team B starts work again.  Only one team member can work at a time, and only team A can work while team B drags sled and vice versa.  The key is to drag the sled as fast as possible to give opposing team the least amount of time to work! 

Team A  Weaver, Keith, Russ               19:19

Team B  Todd, Leslie, Lydia, Kristen 19:19……..at 256 jumprope!

“Persist…despite exhaustion.”

From The Traveler’s Gift by Andy Andrews:

“I will persist without exception.  I will continue despite exhaustion.  I acknowledge that most people quit when exhaustion sets in.  I am not “most people.”  I am stronger than most people.  Average people accept exhaustion as a matter of course.  I do not.  Average people compare themselves with other people.  That is why they are average.  I compare myself to my potential.  I am not average.  I see exhaustion as a precursor to victory.”

We are CrossFit Grit

We are CrossFit Grit. We work really hard, and get real results.   We are strong, fearless, and determined.  Sometimes we fail, but then we come back and swing twice as hard.  We are ready when times get tough……we are tougher.  We are…CrossFit Grit.