When did you start CrossFit and why? Bailey – I had always been a little interested in CrossFit, but always thought it was to expensive. Last December when I was diagnosed with MS I told a bunch of people that because of this they would someday see me on tv doing a CrossFit competition (obviously joking). In June my mom started going to the gym, she told me how much she loved it, and of course after hearing my mom say that, it made me want to join. Ariel –I always wanted to join a CrossFit gym, but was always too afraid. One day my mom told me she was going to join and I finally brought myself to do it. After going to the intro class I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to do it. It kicked my butt! I love how competitive it can be. Especially when I am up against Bailey! Continue reading
When did you start CrossFit and why? I started CrossFit in June of this year and have been addicted since then. Before I started CrossFit my whole fitness background mainly consisted of power lifting (A LOT!!) and strength training with little or no cardio at all. In high school and college I was on power lifting teams and could get away with eating anything and staying pretty lean (THE TRY IT DIET). But as I’ve gotten older I notice that diet and cardio play a HUGE part in my overall fitness and health. Continue reading
When did you start CrossFit and why? I started June 1st 2013. I had no clue what Crossfit was about. My boyfriend asked if I would join Crossfit with him. I said no at first because I was afraid. I have been over weight for so long and really didn’t believe I could do anything so intense. We stopped in and I was terrified. After talking with one of the coaches at CFWV I felt a little better about getting started.
What are your short and long term goals with CrossFit? Continue reading
When did you start CrossFit and why?
We started Crossfit in December 2012. Our son does Crossfit in the Seattle area and he knew we were interested in getting healthy and losing some weight and recommended that we try Crossfit out. So…we did. Continue reading