Thursday, October 30

New things coming

The Saturday CrossFit CDA/Spokane group

Post WOD chat

Christmas always smiling

We haven't seen Ted since the day we moved in when he stopped by to help. It was a nice surprise to see him training at CrossFit CDA.


Derek talking about the small leg.

This last Saturday we had a get together with CrossFit CDA. It was a lot of fun and we had a good turn out for the WOD. It is always a good time when we get together and we look forward to meeting up with them again sometime soon.

We will be getting some new equipment in with in the next couple of weeks (j.ropes, med balls, bands and plates). We also are debating if we should get another treadmill or something else. If you have any input let us know or put it in the comments at the bottom.



We are considering having Sean Croxton from Underground Wellness http://www.undergroundwellness.com/ come and give a nutrition and health seminar. He is in the videos that we have posted several times on our site. He has a lot of great nutritional information and presents it in a way that is entertaining and easy to fallow and understand. The price would be about $75-$100 for about 5-6hrs.

5 comments:

Spokane Razorbacks said...

How about a digital clock/timer mounted on the west wall. Then we can all start at zero and check the clock when complete.

Matt said...

Ab mats

boogie72 said...

I want in on the nutrition seminar. You guys are great.
Mark Boogie.

Pat W said...

What about an AMT? Easier on people who are rehabbing/ nursing an injury than treadmill, but closer to running than bike or rowing... I enjoy this one...

http://spokaneexercise.com/Commercial_Products.php?prodid=79&name=Precor%20%20AMT%20100i&type=32&step=detail&=SID

mike and angela said...

This was taken from the link shown from pat w: (The Adaptive Motion Trainer is unlike any other machine in that it actually adapts to your movements - allowing you to completely change the motion and path of your steps without so much as the push of a button. Different from any other type of workout, the AMT is designed to not 0nly work out your body but also your imagination. Go from short strides to long strides, walking to running, then into deep lunges. The AMT gives you the freedom to create a challenging and completely unique workout every time you press "start".)
I could not think of any CF gym having one of these machines unless it was in with a big box gym. Stop for a second and think about what it is saying. I have seen kids on a tree have more imagination than you could ever get w/ this machine. If you want to walk then lung then change your stride length, go outside and do it all w/out a push of a button. As far as nursing an injury I believe that there are other options besides this one, such as the pool workouts, yoga, massage, ice baths, REST/recovery when needed and good nutrition... Just my 2cents, please comment if you need.