Don’t forget our new morning class schedule. 6,7, & 8am!
It was quite the Saturday at the WOD GEAR TEAM SERIES! Here is my perspective of how everything went from the inside.
From Friday afternoon until the final workout ended Saturday it was a roller coaster ride. Adrenaline was high at all times knowing that I had to keep everything on schedule while making sure my judges were prepared and that all the athlete’s were briefed properly. Throw in what seemed like a hundred different curve balls and Paul, Marc, Rich, and I definitely had our heads spinning. CrossFit competitions are awesome because the community is so amazing, however that community is also very demanding. They want a competition that runs on time, judges that are strict yet fair, and an experience. Not just any experience though. They want to be motivated. Whether it be to work harder or to someday do what they are watching. They love to be inspired and although I can speak about what went wrong yesterday because something always does. We are not perfect nor will we every be. I know one thing. We inspired people. We motivated people and we gave people one hell of a good time. Today I sit here laying in my bed exhausted physically and mentally from yesterdays event. But I have a smile on my face knowing that I was able to touch so many people yesterday. I got to watch close friends and games athlete’s battle it out right before my eye’s doing wods that I programmed. That is pretty cool for any crossfiter. I also got to watch both my teams rep Precision CrossFit proudly. Our first local event really as a cohesive unit. It was different for me than the past when we used to rep another box. There was something more to everyone. Each one of our athlete’s seemed to have a swagger about them, a sense of pride for their box. They were Precision CrossFit and they were darn proud of it. Both teams wanted to prove they belonged at the top and they did finishing 7th and 45th place out of 80 teams. Although, I had to coordinate and judge it was hard to take my eye’s off both eams from a coaching perspective. I wanted to get in there so bad offering words of encouragement and advice. Although, I tried to keep a lid on it. I did slip up a few times, but who cares I was proud of my teams and I am not afraid to show my support for the people I love. I was honored by their fierce competitiveness and felt they were extremely prepared for competition. Both teams communicated well and showed phenomenal strength. The event was a huge success but in my opinion watching Precision CrossFit battle it out there was the true success of the big picture. Fitness-Strength-Community
400 M. Row
10 Pass Throughs
10 Good Mornings
20 Sec. Handstand Hold
2xMax Effort Headstand
3×3 Headstand into Push Up
1000 M. ROW
15 Hang Power Snatch (135/95) (115/75) (95/65) (75/55)
25 KBS (70/53) (53/44) (44/35) (35/26)
15 Hang Power Clean (135/95) (115/75) (95/65) (75/55)