Don’t forget about yoga tomorrow at 8am. We won’t judge you if you’re still in your costume. 🙂
Athletes! Coach Z here. It’s a gorgeous day and the weather is perfect for a run. Borrowman and I are running a 5k around 5pm today. Join us if you need some cardio! More people means more fun!! Costumes welcome!
To say this man is my chiropractor would almost be an insult. He is so much more than that. Thank you for coming into gsl 2.5 years ago and talking to me. Thank you for spending the last 2 years healing my body, when I know it shouldn’t be “fixable”. Thank you for fixing my dad so that he can function again. Thank you for helping my mom. Thank you for taking care of my aunt Jill and her family. Thank you for taking care of my GSL family. Thank you for showing up at every comp “in case I need you”.
You are one of a kind. Even though you are a tiny Mexican, my parents and I believe you are somehow our family:)
Happy birthday to the most immobile mobility preacher, fastest runner, and the sweetest doctor I’ve ever met. I can’t imagine life without you Doc. Plus you look pretty neat today. via Facebook Pages http://ift.tt/1hbMp1r
I forgot to mention that there will be a $100 cash prize for the best costume today!!! We will take pictures of each class and post them, and everyone can help me decide who has the best costume at the end of the day.
Let’s have some fun!
Who is ready to take their athleticism to the next level?
Starting in November we will be holding team training. This is for everyone. It doesn’t matter where you are now, as long as you have the drive to become better. This is going to be geared toward preparing for the 2015 open and regionals, but again, everyone is welcome. If you are interested in competing we will be holding a competitors meeting on Wednesday November 5th at 7:30 pm. If you can’t make it, text me. 8016086161.
Exciting things coming up for GSL.
1. Be honest. No rep your no reps. Though the score’s on the board, you’re really only competing against yourself.
2. Give your best every day, and know that your best will change from day to day.
3. Don’t be an ass.
4. Motivate your fellow athlete. Everyone needs help sometimes.
5. Be social. Introduce yourself to the newbie. Make a new friend.
6. Check your ego at the door (and scale when necessary, the wod is usually harder than it looks).
7. Work on your weaknesses; skills need your undivided attention.
8. Be patient with your progress, some things take time.
9. Have fun!
10. Put your equipment, bars, plates, collars, chalk, etc. away when you are done. The more time we spend cleaning up after you, the less time we spend coaching.
11. Eat right, whatever that means to you. Spend the money and the time getting it right.
12. Don’t avoid WODs because you don’t like them. Most of the time, that’s exactly what you need.
13. Don’t be a chalk monster – chalk dust lives in the bucket, not on the floor.
—THE BOX LIFE via Facebook Pages http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/174142006040524