“You’re 35 years old, athletic, and play some recreation sports. You’re married (or thinking about it) and maybe have a kid or two. You work. A lot. You’re working to get ahead to pay for the things you want to enjoy in life. You don’t have much (if any) free time.

 So, how do you train to keep yourself healthy, fit, and injury free? What is the right balance of intensity, endurance, weights, and recovery to ensure that you’re continuing to progress ten, twenty, even thirty years from now? What can you do for fewer than six hours each week to ensure you’re prepared for the rigors of life?

 Those were the questions I started to ask myself about four years ago. Five years into my life as a CrossFit coach…”(continue reading).


I would say our oldest member (72) has definitely found excellent balance in his fitness. Pun intended.

Workout of the Day
For time:
20 Toes-to-bar
30 Box Jumps (24″/20″)
40 Wall Ball (20/14)
50 Walking Lunges
40 Wall Ball
30 Box Jumps
20 Toes to Bar

Post your scores to the Whiteboard.