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  • Yesterday was the final day for the Masters Divisions.  For those of you unaware, there are 5 age categories for both men and women for the Masters Divisions: 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, and 60+  but if you’re thinking, ehh Masters, think again. The competition was fierce and if this doesn’t just scream AGE IS JUST […]

  • The 2014 CrossFit Games kicked off yesterday at Hermosa Beach Pier. This was the first year that the teams participated in a Wednesday workout and the first year they participated in the swim event. Masters went first today, followed by the men and women individuals, then teams. For the individuals, the beach event involved ocean […]

  • Today’s post is written by Kathy! It is Mike K’s bday and she wants to show some bday love. To my wonderful man- It’s birthday roast time! Woot! Luckily, you are off in Portland, doing guy things, shooting paintballs, drinking whiskey, hocking loogies, and hopefully, thoroughly enjoying your special day (even while celebrating the end […]

  • er·gom·e·ter   ərˈgämitər/ noun 1. An apparatus that measures work or energy expended during a period of physical exercise. 2. Derived from the Greek words ergon (ἔργον), meaning work, and metron (μέτρον), meaning measure. “Ergometer”, therefore, literally means “work measurer” More and more, the Concept2 erg has shown up in CrossFit regional and games workouts. […]

  • Brain Training

    By Holley | In Philosophy, Psychology, Workout of the Day | on July 17, 2014

    In a recent CrossFit Games post about Dani Horan, North East Regional champ and now second time Games competitor, she talked about her focus on mental training for the Games. As a result of a flare up of an old equestrian injury, Dani faced some physical set backs going into regionals. She had to make […]

  • Towards the end of May I wrote a post about running barefoot in the sand. More specifically I discussed how I thought by running barefoot in the soft sand would improve my ankle mobility/flexibility for doing pistols. It has been about six weeks and in that time I have managed to make it to the […]

  • Local. Farm-to-table. Fresh. Organic. Sustainable.  All of these terms can be used to describe the new restaurants to be discovered at the remodeled United terminal at San Francisco International (Gates 60-69).  In fact, after speaking with one of the food vendor employees, “sustainable” is the overall theme.  It’s a refreshing change to one of the […]

  • Food Abroad

    By Holley | In Nutrition, Travel, Workout of the Day | on July 10, 2014

    Nick and I just got back from our honeymoon in Europe, and while we usually stick to a paleo diet, all bets were off this vacation. We were prepared to indulge in all of the food goodness France and Italy had to provide and we had accepted the physical repercussions. I was worried about how […]

  • Get in the Pool

    By Jake | In Swimming, Workout of the Day | on July 5, 2014

    At Intrepid we like to see our athletes switch up their workouts here and there. You all can tell that is a true statement based on the amount of different classes we have to offer. I think it is awesome when folks come in the gym for a morning weight lifting session and then come […]

  • Granite Mountain Hotshots 19

    By avelyne | In Workout of the Day | on July 4, 2014

    On this Independence Day, our WOD is in honor of the 19 Prescott firefighters, members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, who gave their lives on June 30, 2013 while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona.  The event resulted in the sixth deadliest American firefighter disaster overall and the deadliest wildfire ever in Arizona.  The […]

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