MOTM: Carlos, Crystal, Anthony and Alex

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MOTM: Carlos, Crystal, Anthony and Alex

"We even have our kids, Alex and Anthony, taking Barbell for over a year now, and they hop into the community workouts too. They also do our challenges such as hero WODs like Murph and that makes us so proud."

Climate Member(s) of the Month, Carlos, Crystal, Anthony and Alex discuss making CrossFit and Climate Barbell a bonding family experience.

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MOTM: Katie

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MOTM: Katie

"One minute I’m getting tackled, jumping on the trampoline, playing catch, etc. and I know that my kid’s childhoods would not be as enjoyable if I didn’t do CrossFit."

Climate Member of the Month, Katie Weber, discusses CrossFit during pregnancy, getting back to pre-baby weight, and how CF helps her enjoy activities with her family.

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MOTM: Heather

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MOTM: Heather

"...getting stronger and wanting to be the best I can pushed me to get my nutrition in check and lose over 15lbs while hitting PR’s along the way."

Climate Member of the Month, and "Barbell Team Mom", Heather Delmas, shares her thoughts on being a Masters Athlete and what it was like competing at the 2018 Arnold Sports Festival. 

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Da voices in your head

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Da voices in your head

"...moments in which we were scared, or upset with ourselves are so often the moments just begging to be turned into something we will eventually find pride in"

Coach Morgan talks of how negative self-talk can lead to sabotaging our workouts and overshadow our actual accomplishments.

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MOTM: Travis

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MOTM: Travis

"The last thing I ever want is for my daughters to ask me to do something with them and I am not physically capable."

Climate Member of the Month, Travis Bellinghausen, talks of his love for CrossFit and its benefits both in out out of the gym, regardless of previous injuries and limitations. 

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The Process

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The Process

"CrossFit is beautiful, and so much more than just fun, because it gives us a vehicle and a process by which we can aim to better ourselves. And hopefully in doing so, prepare ourselves for the inescapable hardships we are surely to face."

Coach Morgan talks of how overcoming our obstacles in the gym transitions to overcoming obstacles in the real world. 

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Open Immediately

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Open Immediately

...give it your best effort and see what you’re capable of. More chances than not, you’re going to surprise yourself. Maybe you get that muscle up that’s eluded you? Maybe after barfing angry fire at your speed rope, you get a string of 10 double-unders and it clicks…

What is The Open and should I do it?! Coach Brian Paley shares his story of how he got started in the annual CrossFit Open, and why you should sign up now!

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Check your ego at the door

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Check your ego at the door

"The doctor gave me one restriction: “BE SMART”. Not much of a restriction if you ask me, but also one of the best! In the past prescription given was – do these stretches, don’t do these movements, only use a small percentage of max load, etc. Did I listen? Hell no!"

See how Climate Coach Angela Hoff is focusing on mobility and giving up the “RX” next to her name for the time being to recover from injury.

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Improve your Game

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Improve your Game

Spring is approaching, and for many that means getting out on the golf course! Are you physically and mentally prepared to take on 18 holes in your first outing? Did you know CrossFit can help you prepare for that repetitive and strenuous movement? There are many parallels between the two sports, and the fact is, CrossFit could improve your golf game and reduce injury, which means more time on the course!  Lets break it down...

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MOTM: Jackie

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MOTM: Jackie

"Physically I am stronger and starting to see some muscle definition in my arms which I freaking love. On the golf course I am hitting the ball further with every club in my bag. Mentally I just feel healthier mind and body wise. "

At 57 years young, Jackie Roseland has battled Rheumatoid Arthritis through mobility (not drugs), and discovered new strength which has transitioned to improvements in her favorite activity, golf!

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Planned or Not, Here I Come

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Planned or Not, Here I Come

Trying to resist change or results from something not turning out the way we had planned. Like it or not, life has a way or changing, with or without our consent. Change is hard enough, but forced change can be downright cruel.

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New Year, New You?

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New Year, New You?

You are probably hearing a lot of that this time of year. For so many people, New Years is when they can become a new person. A better version of who they were the previous year. Or maybe someone they should have been, doing things they should have been doing and living the life that they should really have. But so many people miss the meaning of this term. They over do it and forget the real meaning of New Year Resolutions (NYR).

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MOTM: Jessie

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MOTM: Jessie

"Physically I have never felt stronger.  I came into this with a bad back and was scared that because of that I wouldn’t be able to do CrossFit.  It has had the opposite effect, my back pain is almost non-existent. The mental changes have been the most impactful for me though... The part of my brain that says “I can” is so much louder now than it has ever been."

Climate Member-Of-The-Month, Jessie Wolfe, has overcome adversity, both mentally and physically and has made "I can" the norm.

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MOTM: Andrew

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MOTM: Andrew

"The dynamic nature of our workouts allowed me to take on and overcome the variations in terrain and conditions that you run into..."

With the help of CrossFit, Climate member Andrew Hecker recently took on the climb of his life. 

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