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CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

And the PRs keep on coming! Everyone crushed LuRong WoD 2 this morning from when they did it 8 weeks ago! Awesome job ladies!

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

Coach Rob will be taking some time away from the box later this month. Marci will cover classes however some classes will have to be cancelled but most will stay open with Marci coaching them. Stay tuned for exact dates! Thanks everyone.

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

We won’t have class this Monday morning Memorial day we will however have the 630pm class! Have a safe weekend!

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

NEW HOURS STARTING MAY 6th!!
CrossFit Group Classes
Monday Wed and Friday 530AM
Monday Wed 630PM
Tuesday Thursday 600AM
Olympic Weightlifting (Coach’s invitation needed)
Tuesday Thursday 600PM

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

The next time you get down on yourself about having to scale a WOD remember that every thing is a scaled version of something else. Double unders are scaled triple unders, 200# squat is a scaled 300# squat, a pull up and a dip is a scaled muscle up and a muscle up is a scaled weighted muscle up!

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

Had some good weightlifting going on tonight! Everyone is getting faster, and the no-feet drill helped I think! Good work tonight

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

Today I went and watched a local CrossFit competition at CrossFit Train, and 2 things stuck out for me that I want to pass along. 1st, no matter how tired you are NEVER walk under or near or in front or behind of a person who is lifting a heavy bar! I saw what could have been a disasterous scenario happen several times because this kid was too tired to pay attention to what was going on around him! I don’t give a crap how tired you are just don’t do it. Period! And second if you want to get good at CrossFit you should definitely spend time getting good at the Olympic lifts. The heaviest lifts I saw today came from the people with the best technique.

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“Abandon all Ego, all ye who enter here.”
I think I am going to paint this over the entrance to the gym. Ego just gets in the way far too often. First what do I mean by ego? The first thing you may think of when you see the word ego is probably some big testosterone fueled jerk who looks at himself in the mirror too much and thinks he is God’s gift to the world, but that is only one aspect of ego. Ego comes in many shapes and sizes.

Your fear of failure is just another form of your ego poking it’s head out. The most important lesson you can learn in the gym is that failure is going to happen, and it will happen a lot. But it doesn’t mean you aren’t making progress. One single failure, one missed rep, isn’t who you are! You are the accumulation of thousands of reps, thousands of misses, thousands of made lifts. It is this total that is important. Over time you will get stronger, over time you will get better. Stop letting your failure-ego get in the way.

Fear of looking silly is another common type of ego. Everyone at some point has looked dumb. I can remember all the times I did something silly or looked silly, but you know what is funny, when someone else brings up times they looked dumb I have a hard time remembering them. Why is that? Well because another persons silliness was just a passing moment for me and held no real emotional impact. In other words I really didn’t give a shit about you! Seriously we are all very selfish people. Now I don’t mean this in a bad way, I mean that we tend to focus on ourselves. So what does that mean, well basically how silly you looked doing that handstand pushup the other day, ya I forgot about that already. So stop worrying what others think cause they already forgot what you did yesterday, Seriously they did! Don’t let your silly-ego get in the way.

And of course there is the macho ego. The one where you see your lifting partner who is clearly stronger than you lifting a ton of weight so you decide to throw another 50lbs on the bar when you can barely even do the weight you’re currently lifting. Then bam! You hurt yourself and your done for a month. Stop letting your macho-ego get in the way of your progress!

Remember you are not one moment in time, you are the accumulation of thousands of days. It is your constant hard work that is important not your single effort on one attempt. Don’t let your Ego, no matter what form it takes, get in the way of you getting into the gym and doing the reps you need to do to get better!

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CrossFit Corvallis posted on Facebook

Coach will head in later today to do some lifting. If you wanna join him leave a comment on a preferred time either 5pm or 6pm.

CrossFit Corvallis posted on Twitter

@andypetranek definitely do it! Search Jon North hit and catch drill on YouTube, he’s a great snatcher

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NameCrossFit Corvallis
OwnerRobert Austin
Websitewww.crossfitcorvallis.com
Emailinfo@crossfitcorvallis.com
Address350 SW Wakerobin Ave #8
Corvallis, OR 97333

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CrossFit Southwest Portland posted on Facebook

Friday: WarmUp Run 600m 1 Lap SpiderMan 3 Rounds (barbell) 6 FrontSquat 6 HPClean 6 Press WarmUp for PowerClean+PushPress **Mobility: couch, bandy ham 1 min each side 5 Sets 6 PowerClean+PushPress TnG 9 TTB AFAP Run 400m Rest :90 Cool Couch Roll $$ 3X20 GHD

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Jake you're an animal! Nice squat and row times bud:)

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Nice work 9:00am Warriors!

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You'll be seeing Coach Jonathan Thom around at CrossFit Portland. Here is a Q&A with him and please welcome him to CFPDX!

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Please come in a drop off toilet paper and paper towels for the Henderson house. The domestic violence house in McMinnville. Not only is October breast cancer awareness month it's also domestic violence awareness month !!! Let's show our support!!

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**SCHEDULE CHANGE** Tonight only. Kids Barbell class starts at 5:30. Also, kids halloween party is next Wednesday! All past, present and future kiddos are invited to join the fun!

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Tracktown CrossFit posted on Facebook

No video. D had a Pr on her Pw/Jerk+Split jerk at 125lb. That's 5lb's more then her best jerk.

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Logan hitting a Behind the neck Pw/Jerk+Split Jerk @ 210lb. His best jerk is 225lbs. Brandon hitting 205lb Pw/jerk+Split Jerk. Brandon's best jerk is 225lb. 5 weeks to GO!!!

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Week 3 Thursday - We'll post an image of the workout card so you can share it, save it, pin it or just come do it!!!

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McMinnville CrossFit IMUA posted on Facebook

Not sure who put the big trash can outside last night, but please don't do that again. If you must, bring it back in before you leave. It was full of rain water this morning and extremely hard to get the bag out. Also, there are several cats around that can get into it if it's left outside. Do don't mess with it especially if it's raining, or if you do, make sure it's back inside before you leave.

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Thursday is a Recovery Day.

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How did you do with you max weight back squat lift today? Were you a little scared? Did you ease off and when doing the final 20 you realized you could've went more? It happens. Just make sure you keep good form. Heels down and core engaged to drive up. The thing is when you do a good squat where your butt goes past parallel, the big boys now have to engage (glutes, hamstrings) to get that weight up! Quads are always working nonetheless but if you are doing a squat above the knee then you will not be engaging much or at all the posterior chain glutes and hamstrings. Posterior chain muscles are so important that make you more powerful and improve your posture (and that means those spinal erector muscles). If you did go pretty hard CONGRATULATIONS!!! You should roll those babies out, get adjusted or have a massage because you deserve it!

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Some BIG time Pr's in Advance weightlifting class tonight. Outstanding job tonight!

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Patricia. Two years of working her butt off. Eating clean. And 55 lbs later her confidence beams out of her. She's strong and beautiful. Inside and out. This fitness stuff is a journey. S process. And this is how you do it!!!

CrossFit the Den posted on Facebook

Press 5-3-2-2-1-1-1-1 Then “Annie” 50-40-30-20-10 Double Unders Situps Then 5-5-5-5-5 Weighted Strict Pullups OR Work on your Muscle Ups

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World Series Game 2 Giants vs. KC Royals is on at 5:07. Work out and cheer 'em on! Go Giants!

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Kids Fitness is a program designed specifically to meet the special neurological, cognitive and motor needs of children. One of the most important aspects of our Kids Fitness classes is that they are FUN! Kids will look forward to coming to class, and will learn that “exercise” is interesting, fun, and worth doing. Our classes are designed to get kids moving properly and under control. They will enhance their coordination and agility, increase flexibility, build strength, power and confidence. All movements are age appropriate and the 45min workouts have been designed specifically by our trainers for children. Age ranges are from 8 -13 year olds. This program is offered on a monthly basis.

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Our next Foundations session starts November 3rd! The course will run four weeks on Mondays and Thursdays at 6:30pm for a total of 8 sessions. Foundations is designed to introduce beginning CrossFit athletes to the movements and lifts that we utilize in our normal classes. If you’re looking to get started with CrossFit, this is a tremendous way to start. You will learn the basics, and you will gradually build up to the intensity that we utilize in our daily classes. This will allow for a safe and thorough start to your CrossFit life. In addition, we feel that starting with a group of beginners is less intimidating than jumping in with people who may have been doing CrossFit for years. If you haven't heard of CrossFit, or want to know more about what it is, this article does a tremendous job of describing what you can expect: http://www.nerdfitness.com/blog/2012/03/01/a-beginners-guide-to-crossfit/ Please feel free to email info@crossfitsandpoint.com with any questions or concerns. If you’d like to sign up, you can register and pay at the link below. The cost is $100. https://crossfitsandpoint.sites.zenplanner.com/membershipTemplate-view.cfm?membershipTemplateId=9736A264-25F5-48A4-BA81-249F2F994347

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Less than 3 weeks until the "Fight Gone Bad" United for Youth event goes down at United Barbell! Make sure you register to reserve your space!

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It's time, guys! Sign-ups for November On-Ramp are coming up!! Tuesday, October 28th. 5-6pm. Start NOW.

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To the man that has the best sound effects, best sayings, best facial hair, and who picked the best day ever to be born on a big happy birthday goes out to the one and only, Tommy Ward. Tommy, I hope you have a great birthday. #Crossfit #Hgx

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