Is there others? Thanks for your help.
A: See the list here: https://www.crossfit.com/regionals See 2017 WFDF Sanctioned Event Calender for more information on regional events also check here: https://www.crossfit.com/regional
Q: Is it just me or is there always one or two people that are really vocal and annoying at every workout ever? I live in central Maryland during the weekend, so I’d love to hear what other people think about this kind of training environment because it’s making me want to go to another gym during the week instead of doing crossfit classes with all these discordant individuals who can’t stop talking about red bull and which juicers they use (they determine their level of “squat” based on how many apps they see). Others complain there aren’t enough weights around! And many do not plan ahead so you run into working out with your gym buddies throughout the day because they don’t show up on time thinking tardiness will be ignored as long as you’re actually showing up… haha – pretty hilarious if you ask me! The only thing I liked about L3 was that an average weightlifting class had 3-4 lifters whereas most crossfit classes have eight-10 lifters… This should be noted by any other newbies reading this article… But anyway…let us know if you’ve experienced anything similar where you currently train!
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