11
Aug

Unleash your Inner Supple Leopard

By: Dave Leave a Comment

Have you ever tried to get an A on a test without studying? Were you surprised when you received your test grade? Maybe you should have studied a little more! The more you study, the better your grade. The same principle holds true for your workout. Your flexibility is never going to help you reach […]

8
Aug

What’s in a name?

By: Dave Leave a Comment

Alrighty, I’m gonna have to stand on the soapbox here for a little bit… I know there a few new folks in the crowd (less than a couple months training with us) so I’ll give those guys and gals a break. But I’ve been seeing a good number of people write posts, usually on Facebook, […]

4
Aug

In Defense of CrossFittin’ Mamas to Be

By: Dave 1 Comment

I have a confession to make. What I am about to say may alarm you… Are you ready for this? My name is Kelly. I am a CrossFitter. And I am pregnant. When you’ve picked your jaw up off the floor, I will tell you why I plan to continue CrossFit through my pregnancy. Over […]

1
Aug

What’s SUPP doc?

By: Dave Leave a Comment

Congratulations to Rich Froning, Jr. who again has earned the title “Fittest Man on Earth” for the 4th year in a row! It is truly an amazing thing to watch all the Games athletes go through a long week of physical and mental hurdles in order to vie for that title. Which brings me to […]

28
Jul

Caution: FALLING OBJECTS!!

By: 321go Leave a Comment

We’ve all seen the sign while driving:  Watch out for falling objects. Usually we see these signs as we travel through the mountains and head along the winding roads headed to some peaceful destination.  I would argue we also need a sign for the CrossFit box. Maybe we don’t have falling rocks at CrossFit Lakás.  […]

25
Jul

“Burn The Ships!”

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Today’s post is a little bit of a history lesson…no, not a boring 10th grade History lesson, but a lesson that has some meaning in every day life. Yesterday, I drove my 15-year-old son, Carson, up to the U.S. Naval Academy for a 4-day long lacrosse camp. I must admit that there was a little […]