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Why the CrossFit Open is Important

By Coach James Boatwright “Where Grassroots Meets Greatness.”   These words perfectly describe the experience of the CrossFit Open. It is a way to connect the contemporary iteration of CrossFit with its roots from more than a decade ago. CrossFit wasn’t always the massive, ubiquitous presence that it is today. It started in people’s garages, or in “Globo Gyms” with athletes meeting up to do these crazy workouts together that they found on CrossFit HQ’s website. It was small and underground. It was something you had to seek out instead of happening upon. Back then, the magic wasn’t in having a sexy new pair of lifting shoes or the craziest color of Rogue shirt. It was in the shared experience of pushing through a CrossFit workout with your friends and others in the community who would post their workout times in the comment section on the HQ site. The Open allows us to all reconnect with the original experience of CrossFit. It is the largest shared fitness experience in the world. You get to participate and compete with HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of other CrossFit athletes in five workouts across five weeks. Not only that, it allows us to compete with the pros in the same events. What other sport would allow you to do that!? You might be a great soccer player, but it would take a very narrow path in life to let you get on the same field as Cristiano Ronaldo.   If you do well enough in the Open, you qualify for Regionals. If you win there, you get to compete for a spot in the... read more

The Bigness Project

By Jennifer Burns After a few months of breaking a sweat trying to get in and out my favorite jeans, I finally bought a pair a size up this month. It was a pretty exciting milestone for me. Yesterday (Jan. 16) marks one year since starting a six-week Macros workshop at CrossFit Full Circle. The coaches at Full Circle can and do help people lose fat (and/or weight) when that is a person’s goal, but they can also help when that is not your goal. Last New Year’s, I sat down and thought about my fitness goal, breaking it down until I came to two small steps that could lead me there. When I joined Full Circle in 2015, it was with an eye on eventually trying out a CrossFit competition. Physically, I tend toward “jack of all trades, master of none” and CrossFit seemed like it could be a good fit there. Plus, my brain and my knees were tired of focusing on running. So my big secret desire/goal became to compete in a CrossFit competition in the Master’s division when I turn 40. January 16, 2016 (my birthday) marked three years until 40. Thinking through where I was and where I wanted to be, sure, I needed things like double unders and muscle ups, but my biggest weakness is just that. Weakness. Especially weakness related to all things barbell. Strength is something that takes a lot of time and effort, but I thought three years might be enough. From the goal that was three years out, I extrapolated a plan that meant moving from the WOD classes... read more

What’s Going On With CrossFit Full Circle Programming?

By Coach Jason Struck Since 2016, Full Circle has experimented with a few approaches to programming the Workout of the Day (WOD). In the early part of the year, we were following the same basic template we have been utilizing pretty continuously since maybe 2012. It served us well as far as balancing the basic demands of CrossFit programming with regular and productive strength training. However, it also meant that each week had certain patterns to it, and some clients were either always missing certain types of training on days they consistently couldn’t attend, or frankly people just didn’t like how predictable certain aspects of the training had become. So we switched it up! Greg, Matt, and I worked together to come up with a new template that met our ongoing needs training wise: regular strength and skill work, development of the energy systems, and more variety, which we all felt was a lot of fun from the client perspective. However, there were drawbacks to that as well. When 2017 rolled around, it afforded me the opportunity to fix some of those drawbacks, while keeping things that were really working for everyone and to apply some of the feedback I had been getting about programming. Before I delve into an explanation of why some things are the way they are today, I think it’s relevant to quickly explain what CrossFit is, and how Full Circle intends to uphold those CrossFit principles in a way most beneficial to our clients. Then with that in mind, I think most readers can understand where I am coming from. What is CrossFit? CrossFit... read more


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