18 Feb 2013
“Crawl, walk, run.” The start of a person’s introduction into CrossFit is especially important to us because it could mean the difference between just a challenge a person takes on for a few weeks versus a life long resource for personal development.
If you’ve ever tried to start a friction fire before, the type where you rub two sticks together, you’ll find out that it not only takes a significant amount of energy to get an amber started, but it also takes patience, skill, finesse, and perseverance to be successful in the endeavor. We’re here to help teach these On Rampers on how to start that fire within themselves and then ultimately, how to continue to sustain that fire for the rest of their lives.
If you’re looking for a fitter life, contact us to RSVP for a private 1-on-1 intro or to attend one of our free group orientation workout sessions:
Feb 18th at 7:30am or 8:30pm, Feb 27th at 7:30pm, Mar 1st @ 7:30pm
Email us at [email protected] to RSVP to attend our next free orientation workout sessions.
4 weeks of hard work, courage, and commitment. These graduates have earned their results and passage into our Group classes where they will continue their CrossFit journey. Working on the fundamentals never ends, it’s doing the common uncommonly well that really separates those who are on the path of excellence. As you transition into the group classes, always keep these three concepts in mind. First, the most important part to training is having fun. Second, check your egos at the door. And third, results are always earned.
We look forward to introducing you all to the rest of the 101 community this week.
19 Dec 2012
It’s not about new year’s resolutions, it’s about new life resolutions. Just a small look at our students who live our 101 lifestyle.
Contact us at [email protected] to get started with a free orientation for 1-on-1 personal training or enroll in our limited spaced On Ramp fundamentals course starting up in January.
03 Jan 2012
These students are just a small sample of our community who exemplify the lifestyle that we choose to live. They train hard, eat right, and are positive influences in our community.
If you think you’re up to the challenge of joining the CrossFit 101 community, email us at tracfit@crossfit 101.com to RSVP for January’s On Ramp Class 29’s free orientation sessions:
1/3 Tuesday @ 8:30pm
1/5 Thursday @ 8:30pm
1/9 Monday @ 7:30am, 12:30pm, 7:30pm
1/10 Tuesday @ 8:30pm
21 Jun 2011
“Irie = positive emotions. feel good. good vibes. peace. happiness. i am irie.” – Alfred Foz
When Alfred first came to us, I really didn’t know whether he would continue training with us. After his first workout even when he said he wanted to continue, I was still a bit skeptical. Now, after 8 months of training, this community would not have the same spirit if he wasn’t a part of it. Alfred is always game, always willing to push himself further than the day before, and he does it all with quiet confidence. Though a rock star, Alfred was really shy about allowing me to share this picture, but I thank him for his courage.
The physical results that you see here are just a side effect of the passion and commitment Alfred has put in towards developing himself to be his best self. Great job Alfred, thanks for being a positive influence for yourself and for those around you!
Check out more progress pictures of our athletes here.
19 Apr 2011
Both of these hard working ladies shaved off 9 pounds each within our 4 week On Ramp Beginner’s Program.
All while improving their strength, speed, endurance, flexibility, coordination, power, stamina, agility, and balance.
That just plain ROCKS!
Our next Beginner’s On Ramp Classes start up next week.
02 Dec 2010
Sorry guys, it takes for ever trying to edit your pictures, I’ll try to get the rest done this week…but, yeah, nice work people