I have this friend. One of those friends that you know God put in your life the moment you met (almost 20 years ago). She’s so funny. She’s kinda like my workout hero. She’s a runner, a surfer, she’s finished Olympic distance triathlons and of course, she’s a CrossFitter!
The longer I CrossFit the less I think about [possibly OBSESS] and worry about what I look like.
Today, I was sitting next to my hubby at church. Something made me laugh (I think it was the usual – the Pastor is teaching, I get confused, I ask Chip what something means, he does a long pause, then starts to whisper answer. Then he stops mid answer, sighs and changes his whisper answer to, “we can talk after church.”) Typical typical Sunday during church conversation for us. And that made me laugh. Because every single Sunday it happens.
Its hard to believe, but after almost 3 years of moving back to my hometown, we have finally found a place to call home.
Will I or won’t I? The most difficult part of CrossFit for me is the 10 or so seconds before the WOD begins. I know that I am about to get a great workout. However, I don’t know if I am going to be satisfied with my effort.
After almost a decade of competitive running and a series of minor injuries, I knew that I needed to increase my core strength. I started with Yucaipa Crossfit in early 2013 and after just a month of WODs I noticed my training paces increase significantly.