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  • Winter Rowing & Aerobic Training

    This winter we are pairing up with Ashley Sway to bring you a fun way to increase your aerobic capacity, improve your rowing technique and devote yourself to a program throughout a tough part of the year. Ashley rowed for the Greater Dayton Rowing Association in High School, and upon graduation rowed all four years…

  • How Identity Guides Decisions

    I heard this comment the other day and found it though provoking: “When thinking about traveling back in time, everything (movies, books, common sense) seems to be so concerned with the effect your actions could have in the future you’re coming from…yet people don’t carry this same belief to their actions in the present and…

  • The State of Competitions

    Competitions are a way for us to get involved with the local community, hang out with our friends, push ourselves outside of our comfort zone and excitedly anticipate the upcoming date. Such is true for many of you right now in the FCF community, as the Masters is now less than a month away. At…

  • Zoom Out

    Sometimes when we have our face so closely glued to the thing right in front of us, we cannot see the more important (often more beautiful) big picture. This takes shape in many aspects in our lives each day. It could be in our education; focusing too hard on one test, instead of how the…

  • Whole Life Challenge

    If you are new to CrossFit and are looking to start you should look here: 8-Week Challenge to get signed up for the beginner format! What is the Whole Life Challenge? It is an 8-week online game designed to help people with their healthy life habits. It is scored using the online web portal or a mobile…

  • Can you eat healthy in American society?

    One of the hardest things facing Americans today is eating healthy in public. In CrossFit, and generally as people on the ‘fit’ end of the spectrum, we face this ‘discrimination’ daily. We don’t whine about it, or complain much…but it’s there. How people are able to handle this says a great deal about their ability…