Deciding to do CrossFit was one of the best decision of my life. Not just because it has gotten me into the best shape of my life, but because of the people that I have become so close with in the process.
Last year the thought never crossed my mind to sign up for the CrossFit Open. Last year the idea would have made me laugh out loud. But that was last year. This year my son Brock said to me, “You’re signing up for the Open, right?” This year I’m thinking it might not be such a ridiculous notion after all.
CrossFit has taught me that I'm stronger than I thought I was. There has been plenty of times in workouts when I thought there was no way I'd be able pick that barbell up again, or row another odd number of meters. But it's crazy what can be accomplished when you just go for it. I've been given the opportunity in many workouts to be able to test that out.
Liz Marshall’s journey with CrossFit. Liz talks about her choice to start CrossFit, her decision to continue with CrossFit through two pregnancies, and her dedication to herself and CrossFit post-baby.
Mobility and movement are key elements in pushing to the limits. CrossFit is an intense sport that pushes you to new levels; which means you need to recover the same way.
My name is Kris. I’m 46 years old, and I’m a CrossFit addict. An unlikely confession for some? Probably not. But for me, totally! I’m not overly competitive. I’m a stay-at-home mom. I like to dress up, knit, sew, and decorate. I didn’t play sports growing up. Getting dirty isn’t really my thing, and I’m not particularly fond of pain. So how did this happen?