Almost 2 year ago Mitch Sortillon walked into Precision CrossFit’s doors. I had met him before at various competitions but never really had spoken to him. I remember thinking he was a good athlete, but not really much more. Then Mitch became a part of Precision, a staple in the gym everyday. I quickly became very impressed by his work ethic. His drive for success resignated with every movement he made. I knew Mitch was for real. He was more than just an athlete, he was a mentally strong individual with a will unlike most to want to succeed. No matter your talent. If you don’t have the mental fortitude to put in the work required than you will never find the success you are looking for. Mitch Sortillon has this. He’s not the strongest guy. He’s not the most athletic. However, he will give it everything he has and is not afraid to push past his limits. I mean Mitch showed us all over the summer that you will definitely pass out first before anything else happens, hahaha! All jokes a side. It is rare you meet someone with this kind of drive. This kind of willingness to push past his own limits.. something special in the sport of CrossFit!

Beyond his athletic prowess Mitch has become a dear friend. He is a genuine person with phenomenal values who puts others first. I enjoy his company and value his conversation dearly. After meeting his family, on more than one occasion, it is easy to see why Mitch is the man he is today. Mitch you are a role model, and phenomenal human being, and a great friend. Regardless of what happens in the world of CrossFit, know that you are something truly special. Have a wonderful birthday my friend. Enjoy!



400 M. Run or Row

3 Rounds

10 Pass Through’s

10 Good Morning’s

10 OHS

10 Push Up’s


Hip Mobility


Plank Complex

3 x 1 Min. Hold

:30 Forward

:30 Alternating Leg Raises (Left Up, Right Up, Etc.)

*Work from the hips.

**Rest 1 Min. between sets.


Back Squat 

5 @ 65%

5 @ 70%

3 @ 75%

3 @ 80%


Front Squat

3 x 3 @ 70%



3 Rounds

30 Cal. Row

30 H.R. Push Up’s

30 Goblet Squats (70/53) (53/44) (44/35) (35/26)


Roll & Stretch

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