Hi all, I have been loving CrossFit for a few months now and have been doing it 3-4x/week. It was a little hard at first because of the high intensity workouts but as you keep going, you just start to get used to it. This is my first time being involved with any kind of “team” sport which has me really nervous but also excited!! I’m interested in becoming a coaching member at our gym, what does it take to become a crossfit coach?? BTW – We are located in east providence RI.
Hello Joana! this is our head coach’s sister!! Hi there, how many people do you have participate? Does your training program involve any specific skills or movements? Thats fine….I definitely encourage seeking out feedback from others who compete and observe their own training…..it will help you figure out if this is something that works for your body!!
What Do Crossfit Box Members Call Each Other?
“Family. We’re all family here. It’s not just a team, it’s an extended family. Everyone is my workout buddy and I try to be their success coach and life coach.” About James: James is a Crossfit instructor in Granite Bay, CA who has been competing in Crossfit for 10 years and teaching Crossfit since 2009 at CrossFit Tremonton in Rocklin, CA (Oliver). He was the 2010 Northeast Regional Men’s Open champion and 250-pound Men’s Divisional Champion in 2007; he is also an Olympic weightlifting athlete who competed with the US National Team (Team Elite) in 2001. He recently took on his wife Sarah as his student when she started attending CFF workouts at 5am with him five months pregnant! They are expecting their first child this August! They love big things -both aspects of Crossfit that they will challenge themselves to conquer with both strength and endurance!
A mommy’s life…with a touch of YELLOW
I love this book. I read it to my boys who are 6 & 3, and back in the day when I was their age, I spent many hours dreaming about traveling around the world with my mommy. As often happens when you become a mother, your life changes drastically. Your priorities change drastically too! However, all of us moms know what really matters in our daily routine – our kids! So right away stick two airplane tickets to Paris on your kids’ shelves! That’s where they are headed…to meet their grandfather who lives in France! It might be funny to think that modern-day mothers feel just like princesses when they fly across the world – but let me assure you that it is not so far off base. It’s just all happening without castles or crowns involved. Pick up ANY Princess book for children today and take them off on imaginary adventures much like this modern-day adaptation picture below: You can find all kinds of princess books these days…but why wouldn’t you want to pick up your daughter’s favorite? There are several titles by author Amy Briggs worth looking at if you aren’t already familiar with her works….including Princess Myths of History . These books will spark your childs imagination and leave them thinking about what life would have been like exchanging letters with their grandparents way back then…only drawing pictures instead of writing things down before attaching stamps…and maybe even discovering something along the way