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30 Wall Balls (20/14)
10 Calorie Row
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This time last year… Jonny wrote CrossFit Chicago is Better than Yesterday.
You checkin to the blog and read the posts daily, but you never post. You are wondering if some of the things that Skins writes about are legitimate, if Alex really has fun on the Airdyne, and why the hell the 6am is so…weird. You know who you are. I used to be one, too.
The blog at CFC is a huge part of our community. We are lucky enough to be one of only a few affiliates to have such an interactive and informative daily blog. It took me about 6 months of crossfitting to start posting to the blog on a regular basis, and I wish I had done it sooner. Not only is the blog a great way to track your progress on and reflect back on how much stronger and faster you’ve gotten, but its one of the best and easiest ways to connect with the rest of the CFC community.
When people post their results to the blog, it becomes easier to put a face with that name, easier to congratulate you on your first pullup, your first muscle up, or even surviving your first class! The blog is also a great tool for the coaches to see how the general CFC population and individual members are doing. Are our athletes overworked from a tough programming week? Are we deficient in overhead movements? We had how many PRs today?! You get the idea.
So, do yourself a favor: let the community and the coaches hear from you and start posting to the blog! With somewhere around 400 members, we should have no problem reaching 100 posts on any given day. And no, I’m not counting the days when Shepard’s Pie is the topic of discussion.
Let’s see how many first time posters we can get over the next week. You don’t have to be the next JoeP (I mean, who could), but give it a try!