GOALS

15
Aug

GOALS

Announcements:

***THIS SATURDAY WE ARE HOLDING A COMPETITIVE ATHLETE MEETING. FOR ANYONE COMPETING AT NLI, OR ANY OTHER EVENT OR ANYONE WITH PLANS ON COMPETING IN THE FUTURE. WE WILL DISCUSS GOALS, STRATEGIES, TRAINING METHODS, ETC. MEETING STARTS AT 930AM. ALL OUR COMPETITORS NEED TO MAKE IT TO THIS MEETING.

***WE HAVE PUT UP A SURVEY ON FACEBOOK AS WELL AS THE LINK HERE. HELP US HELP YOU!!! WE WANT TO MAKE OUR GYM BETTER BY LISTENING TO WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY!!

ATHLETE SURVEY

What are you doing here? What do you expect to accomplish at the gym? I ask this question to every single person that walks into our gym for the first time. I had a coach growing up that always used to say to me, “Train with a purpose” and I think this is a very strong statement to remember day in and day out. The past few days I have been talking to a lot of our athletes about this subject and I figured this is a good time to address this topic to everyone.  In regards to overall health and fitness, it is important to have something you are working for. If you are training with no purpose or goal in mind, it is much easier to fall off the wagon and start regressing. You all know what we are striving for here at Reality. We want people to maximize their potential. Achieving things you never thought was possible. This is the goal in mind when we develop our programming and just about everything else that gets done behind the scenes. We have been lucky with the members we have had join our gym. a lot of you come from athletic backgrounds; ex-college athletes, careers in police or fire and normal gym rats looking for something better. We want to make sure that you always progress. If you can learn something new everyday, or get closer to your goal, then we are moving forward. Now, I turn it on to you. What is your goals? do you want to compete at a local event or maybe even the games? Do you want to drop (insert number) pounds? do you want to get a pullup, muscle up, handstand? I want to know. Post your goals to the comments and lets get a good list of what we all are training for.

 

Don’t Be That Guy

WOD 15 AUGUST 12

A)  EMOM STRICT PRESS 80% 1RM

2-2-2-2-1-1-1-1

B) 5 min AMRAP

CINDY

*1 MIN REST*

3 min AMRAP

FRAN

*1 MIN REST*

5 min AMRAP

KAREN

5 Responses

  1. Micah Carlson

    1. To maximize the human potential God has given me
    2. To make those around me maximize the human potential God has given them
    3. To win a Surf Lifesaving National Title
    4. To Reclaim a spot on the US National Team for Surf Lifesaving
    5. To Compete and Train without major injury due to being stupid
    6. To Honor the sacrifices made that have made, and continue to make it possible for me to pursue a dream

    “To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift.” -Steve Prefontaine

  2. 1) To find my absolute capacity and then push it further.
    2) To make my athletes reach goals they thought were once unattainable.
    3) To make a difference in the world and be respected for it.
    4) Be apart of something bigger than any one person.
    5) Win at life

  3. 1. Overall health and wellness
    2. To teach people they can go beyond what they believe they can do
    3. To become better at everything I suck at i.e. Double Unders
    4. To help athletes reach their personal goals
    5. To teach individuals how to properly move so they do not get injured
    6. To build a strong community within CFR

  4. Carla Buzzio

    1) Pull ups- Love/Hate relationship
    2) Rope climbs – For the love of God I need more upper body strength!!!
    3) To become leaner and drop some body fat
    4) Lastly to move heavier weight more efficiently
    5) To always keep my peers at CFR motivated!!

  5. Chase Hungerford

    Short Term (now-1 yr)
    1) Improve overall strength, especially upper body
    2) Develop comfort and body awareness with major lifts and gymnastic movements
    3) Increase power
    4) Keep crossfit in to my life so I can stay healthy and sane through physician assistant school and beyond
    Long Term
    1) Compete
    2) Level 1 Cert
    3) Coach
    4) Some how incorporate CF in to patient education with future patients (way down the line.)