Athlete of the Month – November

  Please meet Tanya Knox, a dedicated C/S athlete with outstanding results. Tanya is married, has a 5 year-old daughter and has a full time job outside the home. Initially she was intimidated by the crossfit environment, and worried about looking “ridiculous” with some of the movements. However, after working out on her own and not seeing results, she decided … Read More

Game Plan and Goals

Goals are so great, everybody should have them. My goals right now are to swim 100 meters free style without stopping, 25 butterfly pull ups unbroken, and snatch 165lbs. I know one of Coach Brant’s goals is to do 150 wallballs unbroken. Steph Creger’s goal is to get a kipping pull up! We all have different wide ranging goals, but all great goals!! So, what are your goals?!

When and how to scale

When and how to scale Thank you Mirek for asking this question, if yall haven’t met Mirek, he’s just recently moved to San Antonio from DC and usually wor

The Basics of Injury Free Fitness

Turn on the television at the right time this last week and you might have seen some amazing athletes competing in some very intense workouts at the 2014 Crossfit Games. You might have seen them pushing their bodies to the brink of exhaustion and after a workout, dropping their limp bodies on the ground with a slight yet concerning quiver.

Crossfit Lingo and WOD Etiquette

Crossfit CS Coach, Jenny Wang provides the definition to some Crossfit abbreviations and Lingo. She also outlines WOD Etiquette. WOD – Work out of the Day – The is the workout Crossfitters perform on a given day!

5 Tips for New Crossfitters

Crossfit CS Coach, Jenny Wang gives 5 tips for New CrossFitters. Get to class 10 minutes early, all the time, Keep Trying, Rest and Recovery, Embrace the Suck!, The Hardest thing About Crossfit is…..