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How do you celebrate a PR in CrossFit?

Let's be honest, there's something to be said about the way you feel when you hit a new PR in CrossFit.  Am I right or am I right? You work so hard to lift a heavier load, crush a time on a benchmark WOD or squish out one more rep in the allotted time.  But then what?  A quick tweet …

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CrossFit WOD: My first encounter with “Pheezy”

Of course before celebrating my eldest daughter's birthday last night, I had to get a quick workout in.  On the board at CrossFit BC was a hero WOD that I had never tried before — FUN! The WOD:  “Pheezy”  3 Rounds For Time 5 Front Squat 110/165 18 Pullups 5 Deadlift 155/225 18 Toes-To-Bar 5 Push Jerk 110/165 18 Hand …

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CrossFit WOD Badger with a twist

In preparation for the Canada West CrossFit Regionals at the end of April, yesterday a few of the CrossFit BC affiliate team completed a Hero workout “Badger” in pairs.  We broke off into 2 teams of 2 (man/woman) and ground out the following workout: WOD:  “Badger with a Twist” 30 x Squat Cleans @ 135/95lbs 30 x Chest to bar …

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The Dads Post CrossFit WOD a la Tabata

My Dad 2.0 Summit Experience

It was a whirlwind of fun and energy as I found myself jumping out of bed to jet-set off to Austin, Texas a week ago Friday-morning for the inaugural Dad 2.0 Summit.  Upon arriving to the Hyatt Lost Pines resort Friday evening, I was pleasantly surprised by the kick-butt Dove Men + Care package left in my room.  And no, I'm …

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Tuesday Night CrossFit WOD: Olympic Total

Getting ready for Taranis which is only a few days away, and of course, had to burn off some steam so made a pit stop on route home tonight for a quick workout at CrossFit Vancouver.  The WOD was an oldy but a goody – the Olympic Total.

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So, Deadlifts, we meet again

Today proved to be a much better day then I thought. I mean, wow! I'm deadlifting again. It's been a while since I've deadlifts any weight based on my back being a bit wonky still. But all in all, I'm very happy with the progress I've made in such a short period of time.

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