FallOut CrossFit – School of Elite Fitness Tri-cities, WA

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Thanks for being a great coach!

Wow, what a work out! Good work everyone. I just want to say a quick thanks to Trevor for all of his help. Not all of you had the pleasure of working out with Trevor or having him coach you through a workout, but if you did lucky you! Trevor is a great coach and he will be missed by our members I’m sure of it. Thanks for helping people become better athletes and good luck with everything. I know we’ll be seeing you around!

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CrossFit is a sport. And with any other sport there is competition, and yes we compete here. We compete with ourselves first and foremost but we compete with our friends too. Morning people compete with evening people and vice-versa even if they have never met. We constantly compare ourselves to other CrossFitters in an effort to better ourselves. We have leader-boards (a few new names on there recently, CONGRATS!) and we keep score in our daily journals. We all come to the website to check out the whiteboard and see how we fared against the group. This is all great stuff, it creates a reason to train and get better. We can set goals, expectations, see what’s possible in the future. This needs to be done in a positive manner though, look at the board see where you stand and make goals to move up in the standing or improve your times. DO NOT use it to see how bad you did or view yourself negatively! Look back at your times and weights, have you gotten better? Didn’t keep track of your times and scores, shame on you! How else are you going to know? We compete with others 1% of the time the rest of the time you are competing with yourself to be better! We are all going to be better on August 9th as we prepare for the Murph Finals. How much better will you be?!

Want to know how you stack up to the “Average” CrossFit athlete competing in the games check out their results online: 2010 CrossFit Games Do you have any results that you are close in comparison with them? Is any body better? Any body want to be like them?

WOD: Rowing & Deadlifts (Thursday)

  • 2100m row
  • 21 Deadlifts
  • 1500m row
  • 15 Deadlifts
  • 1000m row
  • 10 Deadlifts
  • 500m row
  • 5 Deadlifts
    • Level III: 135/115
    • Level II: 115/85
    • Level I: 85/65

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