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CrossFit Community: For the Greater Good


Rich Froning at CrossFit Ballston – No Greater Sacrifice Event

Had such a great time yesterday working out with the CrossFit community to help a good cause and got to meet the fittest man on Earth — on CrossFit Earth: Rich Froning! Really nice guy, down to earth, humble and of course adorable.

Here are the pics I took from yesterday: My pics of Ballston #CrossFit event with @richfroning ┬áSo stoked to be a part of this community — nice people who take care of themselves and others!

Rock on!

Cancer Sucks! Cure by Design Event tonite!


Great WOD today compliments of Coach Nate at CrossFit Impavidus. My brother Jon is in town so I brought him a long as well.

Sampson Stretch
10 Pass thrus
10 Whirly Birds
10 Bendy Whirly Birds
10 Hollow Rocks
10 OHS

Rope Climb

w/Partner Mike K
800m run
100m tire flips
move 300# 50m
100m Sleds
5 rope climbs or 20 burpee pull ups for each climb substituted
40m bear crawl
800m run
time: 33:08  Mike ended up doing 2 rope climbs so we did a lot of burpee pull ups. I believe I did 37 and holy crap, it was torture!

Mobility stretches

Now I have to go get ready for Cure By Design and my husband, Scott’s catwalk debut! I’m so excited for this event — to honor those that have survived cancer is so important and it benefits a great cause because we all know Cancer Sucks.

Cure by Design is an event in which the fashion, design and retail communities join forces with the local corporate community to benefit the American Cancer Society. The focus of this special evening is a fashion show that spotlights designer fashions and, more importantly, the cancer survivors who model them. These survivor models are living proof of the strides we are making in the fight against cancer, and their vibrant smiles portray a message of hope for the cure.
The money raised at Cure by Design enables the American Cancer Society to fund cutting-edge research, early detection and prevention education, advocacy efforts, and life-affirming patient services. By supporting Cure by Design, you are partnering with the American Cancer Society to help cancer patients in your community.

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