Saturday, June 02, 2007


In Crossfit, we are fortunate in that we have many workout "tests" that are repeatable and measurable. In this way, we have terrific metrics to note the changes in our athlete's work capacity. However, in order to maximize our training outcomes, we must set goals that go beyond, "I want to get faster at Fran". Our goals need to discrete and concrete.

The lesson here of course is, that for most of us the training we do reinforces the values we hold important in our daily non-athletic lives. Whether we like it our not, the very difficult daily training that each of us performs at Crossfit serves as potent modeling for the rest of our day to day lives.

Setting goals and striving to achieve them is elemental and vital.
As we approach the 2007 Half-Way Mark, what are your goals for the rest of the year?

Coach K two pounds over his 400 lb. squat goal for 2007 at the first ever Crossfit Total Meet in WhichitaFalls Texas, 5/07.


danielle said...

Strong work kelly, and with impecable form too! I hope to see you soon. My knees are doing well...slowly getting back in there. One of my many goals is to run the warf to warf this august pain free.
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CrossFitCS said...

Strong work Coach K!