Crossfit Olypique is located in an area that’s just south-west of Notre-Dame. If you’re on the main line from Gare de Lyon, it’s probably less than a 15 minute walk away! You can walk, bike or take the metro to Parc Montsouris and then head out along Rue de Buffon for about 5 minutes more to find it. It’s actually adjacent to Monoprix and right next door to a gym called La Boite à Outils (located on Rue d’Assas, past Halicampus).
Can I use my own equipment? What if I don’t have any weights?
Yes — we provide all your gear — but as always, we recommend you bring as many of your own as possible as well as some form of luggage/backpack that doesn’t look like luggage! We will provide food for those who desire it. We do not lock our classes up; however, we do ask that those participating leave their belongings behind after each class and place them at the front desk before leaving (or else they’ll be left!). As long as everyone follows this rule, no worries. If others forget and leave their stuff behind too often though… 🙂 But there is really no need to worry! The only time we ever need things back is when we move — which happens very rarely these days with CrossFit being so rooted here in Paris. In truth, most people consider us
How Did The Rookie Laura Horvath Do So Well In The Crossfit Games?
“I wanted to qualify for the Games in 2017, but it seemed so far away. I knew that last year was my best chance of qualifying, and I did a lot of work this year to prepare myself for the Games,” said Horvath after finishing 5th in the women’s elite competition. “When you get there and see everyone is going through the same things as you are, it feels like no effort at all. It really makes you feel good about yourself when you step on stage and claim your medal.” What Did Laura Have To Say About Her Performance? [wptab name=’Crossfit-Games-Women-Injury Report Card‘] Laura had a great Game workout today with a 4th place finish in therms 1 & 2! She also got a spot on Team USA! Go Los Angeles!! @crossfitla_fitness pic.twitter.com/HgiZW9oG7v — Cari Aruj (@cariauj) August 14, 2018
” and “WOD,” as well as the 2010 series “Ross Tucker: The Human Guinea Pig.” He’s created “Effortless Exercise,” which features a collection of inspirational and practical workout moves and their scientific explanations; he has also written two books: “The Calorie Burn Counter: A Guide to Circuit Training for the Modern Age,” which chronicles his past training battles; and “Eat Dirt!: Changing Your Life One Bite at a Time,” which argues against fad diets. Fletcher is responsible for some of CrossFit Inc.’s earliest business decisions. In 2008, he helped establish the 12×12 program, in which members work out for 12 minutes three times a day with ample rest between each session. He built an online community that now has 2 million users around the world.