Well it was THAT kinda weekend for many CFers….
Ya’ know….competing in triathlons, duathlons, CrossFit competitions and such. Just a regular ole weekend….for CFers, that is!
Congrats to ALL who challenged themselves this weekend…From Carrie Chalmers Leslie and Jeanna Hahn participating in the Dewey Beach triathlon (where the swim was changed to a 1/2 mile sand run due to fog…GOOD TIMES!)….To Emily Duh McDonough, Lindsey Haggerty, and Jeanne Douglass competing in the CrossFit Hunger Games to a 3rd place finish….to many peeps competing, volunteering and cheering on at the 8th Annual IM ABLE Duathlon; including Emily Gingrich finishing 2nd overall female, and Patrick Henin 2nd in his age group. And how bout Marissa Bluestone, Michelle N Chris Gauby and Ed Winters deciding to jump on in it as a relay because….well, why not?
Yup….that’s your average weekend for CFers….never sitting still!
To all the ladies that signed up for our Free Week or for those of you wanting to sign up…We are having an Intro Class on Wednesday (9/20) at 6:45pm. Attendance at this class will give you an additional free week. This is a great way to understand how we do things here at Corps Fitness and to get a better idea of the movements we do during workouts! Hope to see you all there!
Attention all CF’ers….There are a few changes to this weekends workout schedule. Saturday (9/16) will be normal…0800 Corps Fitness class followed by the 0915 CrossFit class. Sunday (9/17) we are having an Open Gym starting at 0830 so feel free to come in and get after it!
There are many quotes about “challenges”….like “If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you”. We usually don’t make cliche’ quotes such as this.
However, there is power behind challenging yourself.
Best of luck to all our Corps Fitness competitors this weekend….from those of you competing in the 8th IM ABLE Duathlon, to those of you competing in the Hunger Games CrossFit competition at CrossFit Advance in Clifton Heights.
And since we don’t really do cliche’ stuff here at Corps…..here’s a sentimental quote for you instead: