CrossFit Habu – CrossFit
400 m run
10 strict presses to 5 push presses w/ barbell
10 snatch balances w/ barbell
10 russian kbell swings to 5 American kbell swings
10 20 inch box jumps to 5 24 inch box jumps
Jack (AMRAP – Rounds and Reps)
20-Minute AMRAP of:
10 Push Press, 115#
10 Kettlebell Swings, 53#
10 Box Jumps, 24″
In honor of Army Staff Sgt. Jack M. Martin III, 26, of Bethany, OK,died September 29th, 2009
To learn more about Jack click here
Just wanted to welcome (overdue) some new members to Team Habu!
Alaina Hickman- Manager of Everything, destroyer of Burritos
Meg Rojas – Childcare expert, lover of all things Cow
Jessica Rainey – Childcare expert, doesn’t shave her legs
Lily Cates – Childcare expert, wannabe vegetarian
We have a new schedule up and available. Please check under the “Schedule” tab. Thanks.
HERE IS OUR NEW SCHEDULE!!! We’ll post it up, permanently, soon.
Have you ever looked around your CrossFit box and wondered at the different athletes’ backgrounds? What brought them to this point in their lives? With the variety of athletes at any given box, it makes you wonder… why CrossFit? What was the draw? What motivated them and what keeps motivating them, as an individual, to continue? What is that foundational string that ties us all together as CrossFit athletes?
If you have ever watched documentaries on the top CrossFit competitors, you will probably hear the question: “Why do you train? What keeps you motivated to push hard every day?” The answer many give is that they just want to be better than they were the day before. The drive for improvement is what inspires them every single day to train, eat right, sleep right, etc.
Greg Glassman states that what’s happening in the boxes is nothing less than a miracle of physiology and community… it’s a blind and relentless, constant pursuit of excellence.
Self-improvement: Being a better version of yourself at the end of each day than you were when you woke up. Whether the specific goals are to lose weight, gain muscle, improve your fitness, get healthy, or become a top-level athlete, each day we join together and fight through grueling WODs to become better people. Better moms, teachers, mentors, leaders, and friends.
The positive energy that each athlete contributes to the atmosphere at our box is SO important! The high five or the slap on the booty. The fist bump or the compassionate look when another athlete just can’t get double-unders that day. Each athlete brings a unique perspective and vibe to the workout and each person contributes to the comradery we feel at the end of each WOD.
Each of you is important in building our atmosphere and the amazing thing we call the Crossfit Habu family. Keep up the great work Habu athletes! We have seen a ton of PRs these last couple months. Keep them coming! Remember to tell your friends about your awesome box and coaches. The first drop in is on us! We love watching friendships go to the next level in the gym and are always looking to extend our Habu family and grow our CrossFit community!