CrossFit WOD, January 21, 2020

Tuesday – In house Olympic WL Meet Saturday April 11 9 am“Cornhole Tasting”– a cornhole tourney and beer & wine tasting event @ Crag!-Saturday, March 21st @4pm Sumo Deadlift (4-4-4-4-4) Take 6 mins to warm up to first weight All sets should be challenging Last two sets heavy Super set Read more…

CrossFit WOD, January 18, 2020

Saturday – January Healthy Objective: No added sugar/added sweetener**Week 2 fact: eating lots of sweets has been shown to worsen joint pain because of the inflammation they cause in the body. Plus, studies show that sugar consumption can increase your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.- In house Olympic WL Meet Read more…

CrossFit WOD, January 17, 2020

Friday – January Healthy Objective: No added sugar/added sweetener**Week 2 fact: eating lots of sweets has been shown to worsen joint pain because of the inflammation they cause in the body. Plus, studies show that sugar consumption can increase your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.- In house Olympic WL Meet Read more…

CrossFit WOD, January 16, 2020

Thursday – January Healthy Objective: No added sugar/added sweetener**Week 2 fact: eating lots of sweets has been shown to worsen joint pain because of the inflammation they cause in the body. Plus, studies show that sugar consumption can increase your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.- In house Olympic WL Meet Read more…

CrossFit WOD, January 15, 2020

Wednesday – January Healthy Objective: No added sugar/added sweetener**Week 2 fact: eating lots of sweets has been shown to worsen joint pain because of the inflammation they cause in the body. Plus, studies show that sugar consumption can increase your risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.- In house Olympic WL Meet Read more…

CrossFit WOD, January 11, 2020

Saturday -Holiday and New years Party January 10th at the American Legion 7-11pmfamily and friends are welcome Last Class is 430 pm- January Healthy Objective: No added sugar/added sweetener**Week 1 Fact:  Sugar increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Emerging research also suggests connections between these high-glycemic diets Read more…