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Friday, October 9, 2009

"Nate, Crossfit has improved my jiu jitsu in several ways. I feel much stronger and I've greatly improved my cardiovascular endurance. Most importantly, my mental toughness has allowed me to break down my opponents and drain them of their fighting spirit. This enables me to build momentum, and win matches by out-working my opponents. I can't thank you guys enough for all the support and encouragement you've provided me with."

-Jordan Schultz

Run 5k

Jure Robic, one of the worlds best ultra endurance cyclist, literally goes insane during a race from the pain and suffering. But he also pushes himself to unheard of levels of success. Read his story here.
In here, there will always be a time when your muscle's will seem to give up, you won't be able to push through the pain. Know then that your body has more to give, that you've only begun to sample "The Suck" and you can keep pushing. Do we expect you to go insane? No, not really. But there is a deep dark place that on the best days you can go to were the pain doesn't really matter as much. And that's where increased work capacity comes from.

Sunday class will be at 11:00


  1. Jordon - congratulations again. I don't know alot about jiu jitsu - but understand what you did was a huge accomplishment.

    "Break down my opponents and drain them of their fighting spirit" - I like it. Makes me think of:

    "The greatest happiness is to scatter your enemy, to drive him before you. To see his cities reduced to ashes, to those who love him shrouded in tears, and to gather into your bosom his wives and daughters".

    OK - maybe the wives and daughters things is a little un-PC, but we all signed that waiver right?

    I think your nickname should be Genghis, or Conan. I'll interchange...

    I've got to go by my rental this morning - so I'm going to hit the WOD at CFNA. I'll post details.

  2. Hit 65 overhead squats - 65#. Drop the bar, 250 m row or 20 burpees.