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#Throwback to the 2009 CrossFit DC Games! “In honor of the Games going on in Aromas this weekend, Steve O. cooked up CFDC’s second annual (unofficial) games! “In 15 minutes, complete each of the four workouts as quickly as possible. There was 5 minutes dedicated to rest in between each set of 15 minutes. Everyone was allowed to choose the order of their workouts and scaled the loads as needed. And no, that’s not a 4-mile run, that’s “#4. Mile Run.” — CFDC blog, circa July 2009
This Sunday, June 26, from 3-6pm — we’re excited to welcome i99 Fit back to CrossFit DC! i99Fit Coach David Bradley will be back in town to lead a Level 1 gymnastics seminar at H Street. This clinic will be targeted towards beginning athletes, with emphasis on body tension, mobility, efficient movement, and the basics of kipping or dynamic movement. The cost will be $65, and we’ll be capping the number of participants, so we’d recommend moving fast if you’re interested! To sign up, or find out more about i99Fit’s unique approach to gymnastics for CrossFit, check out: https://i99fit.com/dc. We’re looking forward to having you back, Coach!
Goats. As in the kind that trip us up, give us grief, and generally annoy the heck out of us in the gym. And whether it’s double-unders, jerks, handstands, double-unders, double-unders, double-unders, or some other pesky movement… goats have frustrated even our CFDC coaches, too. Which movements have our coaches found toughest to conquer, and what advice would they offer to someone in the same boat? Check out our latest blog post: http://crossfitdc.com/2016/06/02/ask-the-coach-goats. (Photo: Amanda H.)
Record DC-area rain streak or not — CrossFit DC Endurance is off and running! As you might have heard, our budding endurance program is getting under way. CFDC Endurance programming will blend additional layers of endurance work with CrossFit DC’s class workouts, featuring weekly programming with the option of group workouts on the road, track, and pool. Our focus: building stronger, faster endurance athletes without logging a million slow, boring miles — and fostering an open, inclusive community. Whether you’re a speed junkie or a road warrior, a veteran or total rookie, if you’re interested in combining your CrossFit training with preparation for an endurance event, CFDC Endurance has a place for you. If you aren’t already on our CFDC Endurance Team mailing list, and we’ve piqued your interest, even just a little bit, this is your chance! To sign up, find out more, or ask questions, please contact CFDC Endurance Captain Kara M. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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